Future of Global Trade & Development Post 2024 Election Season

Feature Article Future of Global Trade & Development Post 2024 Election Season

Suddenly, in global economic turmoil, what is the future of global trade & development post 2024 election season? What are the immediately deployable pragmatic answers for 100-plus free economies worldwide? Relax and listen

Global trade and development can be divided into four distinct sections: Small and supersized enterprises and small and supersized economies.

It's a captivating reality: Every supersized enterprise we witness today was once a small enterprise, and every supersized economy we are familiar with was once a small economy. This transformation is not just a testament to entrepreneurial mysticism, but how it can grow real, three-dimensional, live development in global trade.

The only topsoil that nurtures gigantic enterprises: Small enterprises are not just the little buds but the very topsoil in which supersized enterprises grow. Their continuation and growth are the bedrock of creating supersized economies, underscoring the paramount role they play in global trade and development. Their potential is not to be underestimated, but to be celebrated and harnessed for the greater good.

Calling a baby elephant too small only shows a lack of knowledge about zoology. Similarly, calling an enterprise too small is not just a mistake but a lack of skill to understand entrepreneurial mysticism, the only known force to humankind over millennia that originates and creates enterprises, most of which keep growing later into super economies.

It would be an open challenge to the economic intelligentsia of the world if they could ever identify and table an alternate source to create enterprises, like a machine, AI, tonic, or pill. Furthermore, the visible neglect and abandonment of SMEs across 100 free economies and not bring entrepreneurialism to the center stage like when the global world of commerce was created.

All superpower economies once used this methodology to become where they stand as superpower nations today. Dozens are now trying to cope with such models.

Fifty years ago, in 1974, India had a 99 billion dollar economy, China had a 148 billion dollar economy, and the USA had a 1.5 trillion dollar economy. Today, according to the World Bank, India has a 3.5 trillion dollar economy, China has an 18 trillion dollar economy, and the USA has a 27 trillion dollar economy.

Fact: If no SMEs existed in the USA, China, and India today, they would be more like empty vast

lands. What will this math look like when applied to dozens of other nations already poised to seek the same global power play in economics? What new math will emerge when a million-dollar technology affordable only by multinationals is now available for fewer than 1000 dollars to an SME? What new global thinking will emerge when million-dollar campaigns, once only used by major corporations, are now almost free tools for SMEs? Read more on Google, The Brief History of the Superpower Economies

The whirlwinds circulating national economies, like Houses of Card, the highest-ever public-private global debt of 300 trillion dollars, now openly challenge economic thinking.

Expothon narratives: Henry Ford neither invented the tire nor the car engine; he created the Assembly line. Expothon neither created the SME nor the exportability. It began advanced thinking on 'National mobilization of entrepreneurialism' as a highly streamlined, 24x7x365 simultaneous synchronization of the largest but most ignored national asset, now, a decades later, regaining global attention.

National Administration & Mobilization of Entrepreneurialism is not just a global initiative, but a crucial one targeting 100 countries. It orients them to uplift the nations' high-potential small and medium enterprises, recognized as the most significant contributors to local taxes, job creation, and economic development. This is not just a suggestion, but a necessity for the future of our economies.

Now, such forces can follow organized, streamlined protocols that maximize the powers of digitization, platform economies, AI centricity, and global accessibility. These can all be channeled into up-skilling entrepreneurs and re-skilling manufacturers. Such massive nationally mandated programs can identify, catalyze, and digitize 10% to 50% of national high-potential SMEs to quadruple their performance, productivity, and profitability within a few seasons.

Understanding deployments: For the last 50 to 100 weeks, Expothon has been sharing information weekly about the 'National Administration & Mobilization of Entrepreneurialism [NAME]' with some 2,000 senior officials at the Cabinet level in around 100 countries. Our narratives openly challenge current economic development and offer pragmatic solutions and new thinking on mobilizing the untapped talents of the national citizenry.

All this is when deployed in step-by-step orientation and methodical applications based on customization to fit the local challenges, leading to a grand scale up-skilling of exporters and re-skilling of manufacturers.

Grassroots prosperity is in the hands of the economy, the economy is in the hands of the entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurial national mobilization is in the hands of governmental leadership. Nations with over 1,000 years of history understand this very well.

Now, a new world is already emerging.
It all began in 2000 with the birth of 140 million babies worldwide. By 2018, they had reached voting age. Today, at 24, they stand on the cusp of a new era. In the next 2000 days, as we approach 2030, they will turn 30. They will be joined by 1.5 billion younger voters who have come of voting age in the last 30 years. This collective will form the largest, most interconnected, and globally aware society in the history of civilizations. They are the children of 2000, poised to shape our world.

Who will change the world: Nevertheless, the emergence of unique global perspectives, shaped by observations of the global age and the global awareness with respect for interconnectivity, interdependence, and multilateralism, now allows some five billion people to be globally connected.

They are not just dreamers but 'alpha dreamers,' as they are the first largest demographic and globally exposed enough to change the world. [Excerpted from Alpha Dreamers by Naseem Javed, Published by Metrostate Syndication 2019]

SMEs are the only known topsoil fields where gigantic enterprises grow. Why do current governments across 100 countries still not fathom such grand shifts? Nevertheless, it takes special skills to decipher these major challenges, diffuse and triangulate such technocalamaties with entrepreneurialism, and create new economic uplifts. But how, why, and who will lead such thinking in each nation?

SME Strategies: Lingering mistakes across 100 countries and their corrective measures. The biggest challenge for the economic development teams of 100 countries today is why 99% currently only have a job-seeker mindset.

Economic numbering, indexing, and theories have nothing to do with entrepreneurialism. Entrepreneurialism has everything to do with real and live three-dimensional economic development and grassroots prosperity. Cabinet-level discussions are needed to create such uplifts of the national citizenry as a national mandate and deploy all Chambers and trade groups under one umbrella of national mobilization of entrepreneurialism.

This is not an economic study but an entrepreneurial response to the entrepreneurial problems in an entrepreneurial voice for hundreds of millions of untapped entrepreneurs in some 100 countries.

Why the lingering mistakes: Economic development without entrepreneurialism is only economic destruction. Any political power without economic power is no power. Any economic power without entrepreneurial power is no growth. Any entrepreneurial power without a balanced mindset hypothesis is no power. The mindset hypothesis creates a balance between the mindsets of job seekers and job creators.

Increasing the debt ceilings is not an economic success but a grand failure. Abandoning a national citizenry that cannot stand up to global age competitiveness is a political failure. Inabilities to identify, categorize, and digitize high-potential SMEs is an economic development failure. How can all this be fixed, how will the existing economic development teams shine, and how can they be oriented to reach new heights? How fast can change commence, and how efficient are digital platforms in boosting global interactions?

Lack of special skills and dormant entrepreneurship prohibit the expansion and build-up of such forces.

Deeper comprehension is required to appreciate the workings of entrepreneurial mysticism and why 10,000 failed tests were needed to finally create a single bulb, not to brighten Edison's room but the world—only because it was in darkness on every corner of the world. The mighty mysticism found the light and the solution. It was not some economic theories but a mystical series of entrepreneurial actions.

Economic intellectualism was a decade behind when e-commerce was invented, while today, the national mobilization of entrepreneurialism is a decade ahead. Triangulation of alpha dreamers with intellectual mysticism and to re-create SME economic sectors where already a billion displaced during pandemics, a billion replaced due to automation, and a billion misplaced due to mismatching of job titles and now a billion on starvation march this 4B factor alone with AI now a test of times but currently absent in the silent realm of academia or economics, finally, this is a call for entrepreneurial mysticism. Read more on Google When Will Economic Intellectualism Finally Surrender to Entrepreneurial Mysticism?

How nations of the world can harness the national mobilization of entrepreneurialism

Orientation: How to bring all national teams on the same page; High-speed immersion on global age challenges uplifting the nation's SME sectors. Here, various economic development teams, export promotions, Chambers, Business Associations, Trade Groups, related bodies, and special government departments are simultaneously engaged. Within 100 days, from 100 to 1000 frontline teams can acquire efficiencies to start the program.

Digitization: How to identify, categorize, and digitize from 5000 to 50,000 diverse high-potential SMEs and their Sectors to increase productivity, performance, and profitability. Within the following 100 days, the frontline teams can manage such deployments.

Up-skilling & Re-skilling: Once all customization is in place, the master program is ready for deployment. Regular, diverse training on creating new products, opening new markets, attracting investments, building alliances, and becoming a more extensive operation commences with nationwide access to all high-potential SMEs on the digital platform. A major transformation can occur within the next 365 to 1000 days.

The Difficult Questions:
Is trade development the main frontline challenge? What will it take to invite 100 countries and exchange such ideas with tactical entrepreneurial participation? The urgency and necessity of entrepreneurial mobilization are clear. With leading economic intelligence from each country, we can table pragmatic solutions and bring all parties on the same page to go forward. The traditional progress on economics critically needs a new vision on national mobilization of entrepreneurialism and its maximization with digital platforms. These platforms operate at 'digital speed ', a term that refers to the rapid pace at which digital technologies can process and deliver information. Furthermore, this vision is centered on AI, or 'AI-centricity ', which means that AI is at the core of our approach. Imagine the transformative power of these technologies, propelling us into a future of unprecedented economic growth and development.

What will it take? When it takes a week to test the entire national economic development teams of any country on LinkedIn, classify and decipher the right mindsets and compilation of skills? These skills could include strategic planning, data analysis, and digital marketing, among others. We then merge with the missing gaps, the entrepreneurial thinking and SME cultural divides, which could be key technological

expertise, or insufficient understanding of global markets. Starting orientations in the following 30 days, we aim to address these gaps and create a more robust and competitive economic development team. What will it take to harmonize 100 free economies and create a global narrative, platform, and Global Hub to all be an umbrella of such a global powerhouse resource?

Is up-skilling all economic teams to land on the same page a priority? At the dawn of e-commerce, the world had no idea of the computer age; the top leadership, highly qualified executives, and academics had no idea how to decipher between 'hardware and software' or the '@' symbol and why it differed from the 'www.' There was the largest-ever global transformation, and billions plus entered the digital age, leaving the agro-industrial living behind. Suddenly, a new world arrived. Post 2024, earth-shattering elections, this is our moment, our opportunity to be part of another significant global transformation.

Imagine the possibilities, the impact we can make together.

Why has such happened many times over the centuries? Over a Century ago, it happened there, too, when after failing 10,000 tests, the light bulb brought us out of darkness, and humans entered a bright, well-lit future.

How do you identify global economic revolutions? They are simple, direct to the point, common sense, and have global appeal. Global revolutions require global minds like yours to absorb and build global performances. Your unique perspectives and expertise when combined is the key to our success. The rest is easy.