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This Jeff Stewart Keynote Talks of Character in Capitalism


By: Rebecca Byers (Star) Apr 19, 12
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In this Jeff Stewart keynote address, the global CEO of Lenddo discusses the function of the online community in empowering emerging classes in developing nations by using online social connections to build up their “creditworthiness” in order to access local financial services.

Jeff Stewart and Lenddo are using the Internet to connect financial services with character, an important trait he says has been forgotten by capitalism, and which needs to be reemphasized. Lenddo’s vision of enabling the development of economically empowered middle classes around the world by connecting those who deserve the opportunity online is founded upon the desire to help those of good character around the world who deserve the same financial “inclusion” as those in the Western world.



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