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PROFIT SHARING EXPLAINED





Our research has shown that greed plays a major role in the United States economic system. Greed is the reason that most classes of people tend to stay in that class for life. The rich tend to stay rich while the poor and middle classes tend to stay in their respective classes. Greed is the reason why this will not change in most parts of the world. The man on top can’t risk losing his status because of sharing, he must always keep the most for himself and share the least.

What we have learned while partnering in Africa is that this mentality rarely exists in the agricultural sector. Take the sample charts and graphs below, for example, the differences from the USA to Africa respective to returns are absolutely shocking.

This sample graph for an illustration and should not be taken as actual figures. This graph is meant to depict how John’s $800 contribution was spent during the process.
This graph depicts the percentages paid out of the total $2,400 sold in the USA. Take notice how John funded the entire project and received what is perceived to be a good return. Remember that 12% is a good return.
This graph depicts the percentages paid out of the total $2,400 sold in Africa. Take notice how John funded the entire project and received what is considered to be a fair return for his investment. The profits were split evenly and shared amongst John and the landowner.
This sample chart is an illustration and should not be taken as actual figures. Take notice how of John has funded the entire growth project while the landowner has contributed ZERO cash. John’s $800 contribution was enough to 100% fund the project from seed to sale.
This chart shows how the profits are divided in a capitalist society such as in the U.S. Take notice how John received what is considered to be a good return of 12% on his investment.
This chart depicts how the profits are divided in a profit-sharing society such as Africa. Take notice how John received what is considered to be a fair return for his investment. This says a lot about the value of your investment dollars on the continent of Africa verses North America.
Look at the extreme differences in the two pie graphs from one country to the next. As stated above, “the rich tend to stay rich while the poor and middle classes tend to stay in their respective classes.” Profit-sharing is how Harmony Village 100 is able to partner with agricultural companies in Africa, while simultaneously partnering with individuals around the globe and keeping our commitments.

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