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The Journal of Social Business- and associated publications of The Foundation for Joyful Economics of unacknowledged giants -  decided to focus the first SB/MC yearbook on practices in Europe and Africa. In Europe's case no year will be more criitcal for microentrepreneurial revolution. In Africa's case demand impacts for microentrepreneuruial freedom have been building up thanks to some superb practices like Microcreditsummit 2010 hosted out of Kenya starring Jamii Bora (founder Ingrid Munro), tireless good news on the campiagn to poverty museums by the Yunus Family,  the biggest leadership prize of Mo Ibrahim's, extraordinary open franchising of solutions like BRAC partnered by entrepreneurial foundations like mastercard fooundation
 
We anticipate Obama's greatest legacy may be his adminsitration's support for more investment in trickle-up entrepreneurship and community sustainability replacing top-down aid trickledown between governments. While this may have only had the most indirect impacts on Arab Spring dynamics, youth can already celebrated the new openness linking round Value Chain Analysis maps. See such cases as those being facilitaetd  by CARE, Dao, USAID, World Bank - these  expose who in a total industry sector is open for multi-win and who is compounding lose-lose models. The urgently needed magic of mobile technology is that interventions can now be made at community level that value those with win-win and quality offers however micro (see eg www.microenergycredits.com where one clean energy household at a time is aggergated in a way that carbon offset markets will credit). Help remove from every hi-trust worldwide society those who would play the role of loan sharks or sub-prime ratings agencies, or others who prevent a market from innovating freer futures around te greatest human purspoe thgat each sectoir could be sustaining. Furthermore mobile technology now makes informal professionalism embedded in the vilage a full partner with those with the greatest knowledge in the world on very specific operations regarding health, agriculture and other health co-creating pursuits. Ubiquitous access to mobiles can end digital divides as moores laws now transfers to the greatest living applications. Africa as continent with the most desperate problems is alos continent of the most exciting mobiule intreconnectying solutions -ones every civil society - and every educator of youth - can learn from (especially if the New Zealand model www.thelearningweb.net being tested by 10 million chinese families is popularise everywhere that peer to peer youth thrive).
 
We hope in 2013 to circle the world doing full justice to Asia that started the microentrepreneurial revolution 40 years ago in Bangladesh and after US year of politicking, we hope that even Americans on Capitol Hills and atop Big Media towers will be ready to open source the most exciting social solution franchises from start of 2013. That Brussels' European Union came out of desperation to be a continen'ts first youth Entrepreneurial Union can be a blessing to celebrate worldwide, especially if those promoting at the London Olympics and the BBC get the idea that youth job creation barainstorms are now the most economic sponsorship opportunity- hundreds of times more so than sporting games seperately celebrated. That the UK's main linkin to EU transformation and to Big Society celebrations pioneered for profit venture funds before dedicatiing his life beyond 60 to social is a cause for three cheers- Sir Ronald Cohen.
 
Explorers of 10 times more economic community solutions and youth job creation replications The new mediators - mobilisation of digital inventions, peoples world service summits, celebrating where media and edutation interconnect to get smarter
Organisations currently with the greatest resources or technologies geared to celebrating their sectors greatest responsibility Sustainability world's new constitutions of public service and professions that do no evil and externalise no risks at boundaries
 
 
All millennium goals networks are sustainable when 4 groups converge in the kind of Entrepreneuriual Revolution first called for in The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant's survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution 1976. This is also why Foundation Norman Macrae is delighted to provide loans to sponsor the yearbooks that can help make 2010s youths most productive decade. 

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