Exelenti Insights

The Business of Poverty and Food Companies

Food companies in industrial countries are registering almost no economic growth. Large multinationals, such as Nestle and Unilever, started to look for a fix. The fix they found, by targeting threshold and developing countries, like Brazil...

The Inspiring Story of ‘Ubuntu’

So, the story goes that an anthropologist went to the Bantu tribe in Africa were he learned an interesting lesson. Below the story of his experiment and the unexpected outcome!   An anthropologist proposed...

This Cap Saves Lives!

Sometimes a relatively ‘simple’ innovation can turn out to be an extraordinary find, especially when you consider that in the US alone, according to the The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, drowsy driving caused 72,000...

See How Far This Guy Has Come!

Life has many mysteries and one of them has to do with why certain people/companies achieve astronomical success while others don’t. Sure, the subject has been extensively studied and, of course, certain conclusions have...

Modern Wealth: Not Defined by Money

When Charles Schwab asked Americans to define wealth for its 2018 Modern Wealth Index, two of the top three most popular answers they received had nothing to do with money! What mattered most? Well, for...

Why Some Countries are Poor and Others Rich?

Why some countries are poor and others rich is a question that few have a clear answer to. While the ‘answer’ certainly isn’t straightforward, it is generally accepted that there are three main factors...

How This Tiny Country Feeds the World

The Netherlands, or Holland as many people know it by (difference explained here), is a relatively small country that ranks 135th in the worlds landmass rankings. Apart from their already tiny landmass they are also...