Kingonomics

Kingonomics

Overview

While most know of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s sweeping dream of equality and freedom for all, what many do not realize is just how keenly focused he was on economic issues, particularly in his later years. Dr. King believed without economic opportunity, we do not have the chance to pursue happiness. It was, in fact, while planning the Poor People’s March, a dramatic stand on economic issues, that his voice was forever silenced. In his final book, Dr. King posed the question, where do we go from here? The answer lies in Kingonomics, a 21st-century interpretation of his economic vision translated through the eyes of Dr. Rodney Sampson, a globally established economic innovator, business developer, and highly successful serial entrepreneur.

With 12 currencies (including service, innovation, and reciprocity), Sampson takes pertinent ideas from the life and works of Dr. King and, by combining them with real-life experiences, produces a guide through which one can realize their full potential and personal power. Success does not discriminate, and the road map to it is contained in the pages of this revolutionary new work.

Mission

2010-chart-racial-wealth-gap-3-topThe definitive mission of Kingonomics is to facilitate an economic and institutional platform designed to address poverty and the wealth gap via the efficient use of existing and new knowledge and best practices for innovation, entrepreneurship and investment.

This is accomplished by creating an efficient ecosystem system of experts, investors, firms, research centers, universities, consultants and advisors that are presented via Kingonomics events, bootcamps and learning programs.

Solutions

(1) Embrace human, civil & economic dignity as a culture
(2) Provide consistent financial, investment and business advocacy, intelligence, education, dignity and inspiration to youth, young adults and adults
(3) Provide education and solutions for properly managing credit and debt
(4) Encourage and provide solutions for individual, family and aggregate savings
(5) Provide access to legitimate and affordable home ownership solutions
(6) Encourage and initiate innovative business startups (STEM, alternative energy, incubators, etc.)
(7) Aggregate and invest monies via proper SEC regulated platforms (business development corporation)
(8) Provide access to startup and growth capital (micro-loan intermediary, crowdfunding)
(9) Reposition the perception of churches and faith based organizations in the financial marketplace as land-owners, relevant causes, community stake holders and viable investment partners;
(10) Provide aggregated human resources [administrative, legal, accounting, tax, insurance] best practices and solutions to ministries, churches, businesses and schools
11) Advocate for community and economic development, investment and reinvestment (business incubator, commercial retail development, schools, daycares, scholarship foundations)
(12) Form collaborative and cooperative partnerships together with innovative experts and solutions providers
(13) Provide wealth management tools (wealth advisory, retirement planning, life insurance, will and estate planning, probate land legal advisory)

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Disclaimer: Kingonomics is not affiliated with The Estate of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. or The King Center.