”Civilisation advances as people learn how to execute operations they don’t understand. ”
- William Fisher channeling
Alfred North Whitehead via Friedrich Hayek
Economic perspective for sustainable market growth
Today, environmental and social factors are included in financial assessments of investment opportunities only in incomplete and fragmented terms. Vital resources essential to meeting global sustainable challenges and the Agenda 2030 goals are then inevitably misdirected, unfocused, and ineffective. This misalignment of investments and the distribution of capital leads to misguided and misinformed priorities that cannot--and have a proven history of failing to--achieve internationally agreed-upon sustainability growth targets.
Tapping into humanity's pool of imaginative and caring solutions demands new ways of communicating and scaling results in mass markets. The global distribution of purpose-driven solutions needs a new system of incentives and rewards. The longstanding and still ongoing shift in consciousness towards sustainable and regenerative investments and credit risk evaluation opportunities needs to be materially manifest in the growth opportunities of financial markets. Previously hidden risks and negative externalities must be on the table and on the books for better decision making and turned into profitable investments.
Transparent and quality-assured data information is the missing element in today's markets. The logic and products of excellent business performance and focused investment allocation priorities.
Our independently developed scientific tool provides a distinct competitive advantage. Companies, investors, credit facilitators, communities, individuals, and the environment are all long term winners.
Massive numbers of positive choices in favour of sustainable and regenerative practices are being made today. This is transforming business towards a higher evolved society and quality of life.
Through digital and technological improvements, cash flow is released, and investments are made, in new domains, altering business practices quickly and securely. We are creating a new standard assessment model, unleashing new financial products and quality-assured sustainable portfolios, that comply with emerging regulatory policies incorporating sustainability into the new rules that govern the world.
We aim to leverage three factors key to successful business development--awareness, technology, and partnership--as the means to creating a wonderfully challenging environment of transformed market risks. Leadership, culture, and vision drive competitive efforts to secure the rewards of best practices. Linear value chains are giving way to ecosystem-wide collaborations undercutting vertically isolated silos wherever they are found. "E Pluribus Unum"--we are already living the era of simultaneous consolidated digital experience sustained by diverse, design-driven, and mass-customised businesses true to their core purposes.
Independently scientific assessments and evaluation will serve the financial markets with information shared securely, autonomously, transparently, traceably, and speedily. Solving global issues requires complex combinations of technical expertise across multiple domains--science, finance, and law, especially--packaged as accessible knowledge useful for informing precise decisions in a service design approach.
Innorbis is set for meeting the demands of 21st century's requirements and ambitions for sustainable and regenerative economies in a new standard.