Local Chambers of Commerce Can Be Television Producers
Let's teach the basics of capitalism
These Case studies are all episodes from the show.
Every episode has four elements to engage. Each is a face of reality. Wach captures important data. For six years, 2001-to-2006, each element had a simple image associated with it. Eachj of these are links and are currently active.
The framers of the Declaration of Independence and then the US Constitution did not know the powers that they were about unleash. Now, even with over 200 years of reflections, we as a people do not appear to appreciate the greatness of these institutions and the greatness that has been brought forth as a result.
Here the roots of capitalism, democracy, free enterprise, morality, and business all coalesce to empower human will, insight, industry, and achievement in ways never before seen within history.
"We are all producers." - Bruce Camber, January 1, 2001
TO: The Chambers of Commerce of America
RE: Leveraging Small Business School (SBS) in your market area,
Changing the Way We All See Business
Changing Ourselves: Everybody is a Producer.
Background: This effort began in earnest in 2003 with the local stations. By themselves, they do not have the bandwidth for more local productions, especially a production about business.
The First Presentation: In 2005 the first presentations were made with an eight-page, 11x8 format which is still online. To review that work, please click here.
It quickly became obvious that SBS had to offer even more and focus on the key business organizations within the USA and around the world. The largest and most ubiquitous is the Chambers of Commerce. Our hope is that this presentation finally pushes this project into gear.