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Category: Radical_Ideas

Radical_Ideas

Sneak Peak

The last months where like sitting front row in a roller coaster. Our BlockChain project really took off, hitting national and international front pages.  All nice but FairChain is not

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FairChain Philosophy

FairChain Beyond MOYEE

If you’ve become a FairChain revolutionary just because of the awesome Moyee Coffee, then you’ve missed the point. Or if you’ve become a revolutionary by going deeper into Moyee’s radically

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FairChain Philosophy

Free trade | For or Against poverty?

Use competitive advantage to help developing countries to escape poverty. Now THAT is one sentence you don’t hear every day. Check out what it means in this short clip… Image courtesy

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FairChain Philosophy

Doing good AND doing Business – WHAT?!

Michael Porter is a Professor at The Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, based at the Harvard Business School. He is a leading authority on competitive strategy and the competitiveness and economic

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Coffee geekdom

From fair to direct to… FairChain?!

By definition, fair trade is an alternative form of doing business that protects smallscale producers from the oftentimes harsh and unpredictable swings of the open market by guaranteeing them a

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FairChain Philosophy

Using globalisation for GOOD

Free trade is an economic practice.  Well, to be precise, it is a set of international trading principles in which countries can import and export goods without government getting all caught up

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FairChain Philosophy

A Revolution is in the making

FairChain is about going beyond… Taking markets where they’ve never been… Proving to THE WORLD that both sides of the supply chain can co-exist HAPPILY and PROFITABLY within one company.

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FairChain Philosophy

GOING BEYOND FAIRTRADE

We don’t have anything against Fairtrade, we just think it’s time to do more. And it seems that Steven Macatonia, the co-director of Union Hand-Roasted Coffee, shares the same idea. “If

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