Through this website and our webinar, what we hope will be impressed upon you is our social business philosophy, namely Social Business 3.0, demonstrated in the Hope Movement. And we have announced our commitment to provide business management support for you and all our team members through HopeQuestGlobal. Think of us as your social business concierge.
But we are equally excited about EvolvHealth. They are the reason we can tap the power and finance of the market toward accomplishing the mission of eradicating childhood malnutrition. I’ll only begin the introduction to EvolvHealth and its products at this blog and more information will be forthcoming in subsequent blog posts.
EvolvHealth successfully built their business and their product sales for six years before implementing the Hope Movement. They know how to thrive in the market without a social business 3.0 model in place. This is indicated by the fact that the year before they started the Hope Movement their product sales increased by 300%.
EvolvHealth has given itself generously to provide innovative solutions to solve the world’s biggest problem: childhood malnutrition. Our story begins in Romania where we uncovered a network of orphanages that was losing 30 to 40 children every year for more than a decade. These children were passing away due to malnutrition and related complications. What was delivered to them was a nutritional product, which originated from aloe, a molecule called acemannan. This molecule has been referred to as the miracle molecule. After consuming acemannan for a year we got word back from the Romanian orphanages that not one child died that year.
You will want to remember and know more about this product called acemannan.
We went on to find out that many people in this world, especially in the US, are suffering from similar problems due to malnutrition. Yes, there are over 1.2 billion people in the world that can’t seem to find good food, like the Romanian orphans and millions more. And we know that’s a big issue. But there’s an even bigger problem where there are now over 1.4 billion people that can’t get away from bad food whether it’s fast food or the everyday processed food, or food laden with synthetics and chemicals. Plus, the World Health Organization has made it official. The new poster child of global malnutrition is no longer the starving children of Africa or Southeast Asia, but the obese children of America.
No matter how you cut it—the big issue here is malnutrition. It’s in our backyard and around the world. The Hope Movement is the measurable way we are addressing this largest of social causes.