The Global Goals.
“If we want to know what a business is, we have to start with its purpose. And the purpose must lie outside the business and in fact, it must lie in society, since a business enterprise is an organ of society.”
Peter Drucker, 1954
The SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) are seventeen goals to make the world a better place by 2030. The SDGs have been agreed by the countries that are members of the United Nations (UN). The goals were based on global input from organizations and individuals.
The Sustainable Development Goals started in 2015 and will run until 2030. They are a global compass for challenges such as poverty, education and the climate crisis. They are the successors to the Millennium Goals, which ran from 2000 to 2015.
There is no efficient system for effective internationalization that can contribute to the collective growth of young companies with an innovative and sustainable business model or business motive.
So we want to...
Change the system of internationalization
Profit is what we strive for.
SDGs are the destination.
700 million people live in extreme poverty
Share our luck
And the game of success in life?
“You really need luck for that. I sometimes ask CEOs of a very large company: do you have an idea why you became CEO? They often come up with a story of "work hard, do your best, don't fail". Well, then you really don't understand a thing about it!
You can only become successful because your wealthy parents conceived you, because you were born here and not in Africa, and because you received the right vaccines so that you are still being alive. And of course the right education. The rest is pure luck. If you don't see that anymore, then you don't understand life.”
Ronald Brus, MyTomorrows
Rhoodz promises profit and growth for their partners.
Strives for maximum organizational profit with its business activities.
But with the principle of using this profit for creating a fair and sustainable world.