Society3 is a global innovation and entrepreneurs support organization with representation in 25 countries. The organization provides a global exchange for innovative minds such as entrepreneurs, corporate innovation labs, investors, mentors, incubators, accelerators and innovation officers at governments. It provides a platform for all innovation stakeholder to connect globally and locally, and rapidly improving business success rate across the globe. The objective is to double innovation success rate by 2035 and prosperity in all nations.

We envision a world where prosperity is possible for all nations by increasing local entrepreneurship.

Here at Society3, no problem is too big, no solution too bold, no idea too crazy. If we can think it, we can do it. We are here to make the impossible a reality, for the benefit of our respective societies.

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Origin of the name Society3
Around 3000 B.C. Egyptian pharaohs began to build harbors, cities and stimulated organized trade - even though with the idea of better controlling taxes - business growth exploded. The incremental value that was created provided Egypt with a level of prosperity that was unimaginable before. AND it was the first time that incremental wealth was created without war. However, wealth creation and influence have been in the hands of only one.

In the mid 1700's A.D. the industrial revolution fundamentally changed the face of society again. This time not a single country leader but hundreds of "Value Creators" even within a city were building products and services at an unparalleled rate and created a level of prosperity for those industrialized nations that was again unimaginable before. Wealth and influence has now been distributed to many which sparked democracy and prosperity for the larger part of a nation.
Today only 300 years later, we are at the verge of yet another fundamental shift completing the process of democratizing influence and wealth. We will see millions of individual entrepreneurs around the world create incremental value, with much smaller enterprises - on average 500 employees rather than 50,000+ and have a significantly higher impact on our global prosperity than even before imaginable.
In the next 25 years, Millions of entrepreneurs will build industry grade products and are creating more than 2.5 Billion new jobs. We are all part of that Society3