Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, globally recognized as a great leader with special skills to understand humankind issues…his relentless creativity on human pulse has kept his Liberal Party going forward. Well done, Prime Minister, Canadians support you and the world respects you. On the Covid-19 pandemic recovery crisis, he has been relentless and just added today “Millions of Canadians have now returned to work after losing their jobs at the start of the pandemic, but there is still much more we can do. By investing in skills training and employment supports, we are investing in our biggest asset – our people. We will keep working with all provinces and territories to get the economy back up and running and Canadians back to work.”
The Prime Minister also announced the details of an investment of $1.5 billion to help Canadians in underrepresented groups and those in sectors that have been hardest hit by the pandemic – such as construction, transportation, and hospitality – quickly access supports to re-enter the workforce. This funding is in addition to the $3.4 billion provided.
Such policies are great ways going forward; after all, Canada is a global icon on stability, quality and highly educated citizenry, therefore the optimization of hidden entrepreneurialism is the next tactical battlefield. Therefore, the turn key National Mobilization of Midsize Business Economy on Upskilling Platforms of Exportability…needs a push button deployment. While the world awaits thunderous performances on innovative exportability out of Canada, the century old thinking of leaning on the biggest US market in the world now needs drastic changes and demands massive infusion of global-age skills. The new challenges are how Canadian small and medium size businesses become independent “Micro-Exporters” of high value goods and services to some 200 nations, 10,000 cities, and 5000 cultures.
As a smarter way to save economies, the emergence of such “Micro-Exports” thinking on global exportability, amongst most of the ‘micro-power-nations’ and ‘super-power-nations’ creates “productive occupationalism” and keeps their restless citizenry away from magnetizing towards populism. Equally important is the need to study the new games of ‘population-rich-nation’ VS ‘knowledge-rich nations’ and where the new winners are hidden and how to balance productivity, performance and profitability at local grassroots prosperity levels to create new revival of the middle-classes.
With some billion new entrepreneurs on the march primarily from Asia and some 500 million SME across the world now points to powerful new blueprints on global trading parallel to what large business trading occupies national leaderships. Is this the reason why outside generic comments the absence of real SME mobilization and entrepreneurial agenda from #B20 working group the upcoming G20 Summit on November 21-22 in Saudi Arabia?
Canada has the best immigration programs and the right attitudes; now targeting larger external entrepreneurialism on the move calls the revival of upskilling exporters and reskilling manufacturers across the nation and becoming a leading entrepreneurial nation with diversity, tolerance and equalities.
Expothon is planning a “Special Senior Level 3-Hour-Webinar-Workshop-Series” to create detailed and pragmatic discussions with powerful and specific debates with pragmatic and immediately implementable solutions. The “National Mobilization of SME via Upskilling on Exports” calibrated for the selected 100 Chambers and 100 Special Trade Association heads across the world and gatekeepers of commerce of selected countries.
Understanding pandemic recovery: If Covid-19 is a 1000 days affair, the global pandemic recovery spans 10,000 days. When the success of economies of the future belongs to the digitized nations of the world, a new mobilization expertise must emerge on digital platforms. The new thinking about ‘extreme value creation’ ensures the local grassroots-prosperity while ‘extreme value manipulation’ only creates bubble economies therefore, pandemic recovery demands brand new dialogue.
The writings on the wall: nation-by-nation, mobilize entrepreneurialism or lose national talents into debt holes. The harshness of the message, written on the wall, speaks volume. Some 200 nations are in the races to survive. Some 10,000 cities are busy figuring out their future. The futurism demands new thinking and new deployments.
The Pandemic Marches in Waiting:
A billion replaced by advanced technologies
A billion displaced by remote working
A billion misplaced as out of box entrepreneurs
We will soon have the vaccines, none of the calamities emerge, however the test is very rough. Nevertheless, entrepreneurialism saves economies; mobilization in simultaneous synchronization creates exportability and expands SME scalability. Today, city-by-city the Chambers of the world and trade groups can play a powerful role at its centrality. The new playgrounds are ready to go. “The secret of change is focusing all energies not fighting the old systems but rather building new…” Socrates. A bright future awaits for Canada.
Now, there are some new economic revolutions at play, ride one or miss the train. The rest is easy.