GKonomics facilitates the Social Entrepreneur's partnership with the poor by forming strategic partnerships between the entrepreneur and the GK Communities.

GKonomics helps facilitate the Social Entrepreneur's involvement with GK and shares with them the GK values.

  • 1 WANTED: Social Entrepreneurs
    Join the GKonomics Team today!
  • 2 Shining Brightly
    at the GK Ray of Hope Village in Davao
  • 3 Made with care
    by GK Sunshineville
  • 4 The Newspaper Bag
    from Bagong Silang GK Village in Cavite
  • 5 Riding the Green Wave
    with Kawayantech
  • 6 Rosary Beads
    made from magazines
  • 7 Pieces of the Puzzle
    You are the missing piece!
  • 8 NEW! The GKonomics 2013 First Quarter Newsletter
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The "best for the least" is a sound business philosophy that drives the most privileged in our society to invest their time, talent and treasure to unleash the potential of the poor and the idle to produce quality products and provide excellent service. GKONOMICS is about creating wealth at the bottom of the pyramid with GK communities as a massive platform for social enterprise.

-- Tony Meloto
    GK Founder

Going for World Class: 3rd GKonomics Social Entrepreneurs Forum
PDDCP trains GK Sunshineville: Produces a new line of silver bags with colorful, sturdier straps!
Filipina Designer partners with GKonomics, employs GK residents
Skills Training Held at GK Alaska
GKonomics: It's Business Unusual!
The Best for the Least: Songs from the Heart
Social Entrepreneurs learn valuable Branding Tips
Learn all about Branding on May 11
GK Villages Products Now Available in Intramuros
The Business of Nation Building (The Philippine Star)
Ray of Hope Shines Through
Kenji Yuchengco's Phone a Fix
Works of Heart
Eduardo Mutuc, a National Living Treasure
4 Tips To Start a Green Enterprise
The Light-Bearer from Laguna
You are the Missing Piece to Change the Lives of Our Capiz Craftsmen
Portrait of a GKonomist
Building an Economy where no one is left behind

Lessons from the Greatest Social Entrepreneur Who Ever Lived

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