AN ECONOMIC POWERHOUSE
Phase one: Virtualisation
and the global digital population
The Kingdom of Meritlands (Meritlands) ecosystem is a hybrid concept and serves as a blueprint to mobilise resources and run diversified operations and businesses on physical and digital sites. Meritlands primarily aims at an emerging market that will shape future social movements and affect supply and demand in markets and industries.
PROSPERITY AND RIGHTS
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CREATING A NEW ENTREPRENEURIAL ECOSYSTEM
Developers of disruptive and innovative products and services find themselves in a dilemma of how to compete with dominant corporations such as Amazon, Netflix, Meta, Apple, Tesla, Microsoft, Disney, and Google. On the other hand, large corporations adopt, transform, and frequently acquire and influence key entities to maintain their dominance. Thus, Meritlands is designed to secure and create markets for unique products and services to safeguarding the interests of stakeholders.
The Meritlands ecosystem is a dynamic concept, and is not a conventional product or service. The idea is creating an economic power house targeting new generations and global digital population. Additionally, Meritlands aims to reduce switching costs for customers and reduce barriers for local entrepreneurs and businesses enabling effective resource mobilisation.
The Meritlands Ecosystem is a futuristic hybrid concept and will serve as a framework to create and run diversified businesses and operations in the physical and digital worlds. Moreover, it is programmed to be built in four phases, with the primary objectives of mobilising resources and monetising new technologies.
Meritlands is the result of a fusion between lucrative industries, aiming to create wealth and a better future for new generations and human civilisation. Simultaneously, it provides stakeholders and investors with the opportunity to profit immensely from an economic powerhouse that comprises various sectors, including entertainment, social networking, blockchain, real estate, marketing, banking, retail, hospitality, tourism, etc.
Parent company and host country Selection
Creating a new Entrepreneurial Ecosystem (physical and virtual sites)
Goal-oriented society formation
An Introduction to Futuristic Cities
HUMAN CIVILISATION AND FUTURISTIC URBANISM
Urbanisation is a pivotal aspect of human civilisation, demanding careful consideration and efficient utilisation of valuable resources.
To begin with, it is essential to recognise that the sudden demise of ancient societies was not the result of industrial pollution or tampering with nature but rather their vulnerability to the unpredictable environment on Earth. It implies that it is essential to modernise archaic practices, including constructing traditional infrastructure, shelters, and societies. At the same time, the opportunity to effectively exploit natural resources and address environmental issues becomes time-limited, urging nations to shift their focus from the environment alone to the longevity of human civilisation. However, it still involves protecting the environment and seeking better solutions. Therefore, technology inevitably plays a critical role in resource realisation and utilisation, modernisation and prolonging human civilisation.
Urban planners play a pivotal role in shaping the trajectory of human civilisation. Notably, Sir Ebenezer Howard (1850-1928) envisioned a utopian city where residents
coexisted harmoniously with nature. He pioneered the garden city movement, inspiring numerous housing developments during the First World War in the UK.
Similarly, Arturo Soria y Mata (1844-1920), a prominent Spanish town planner, introduced the concept of a linear city to organise urbanisation. His vision entailed a calculated expansion, facilitating rational connectivity.
Soria's plans featured a long central boulevard adorned by surrounding woodlands. Other urban planners and architects of the era, such as Mikhail Okhitovich and Le Corbusier,
also drew inspiration from convenience, aesthetics, mobility, and disurbanism. Their early attempts laid the foundation of futuristic city concepts as a result.
SMART CITIES VS. FUTURISTIC CITIES
Today's major driving forces behind urbanisation are international institutions' objectives, technological advancements, innovative solutions for various urban challenges, economic growth and pressure on existing infrastructure and services. However, it is crucial to prioritise resource management, the longevity of human civilisation, and security over trends inspired by Hollywood-themed smart cities. Ambitious individuals and cash-rich institutions are drawn to such dazzling concepts. Yet, they risk overlooking critical issues and bypassing better solutions, causing more vulnerability by additional exposure to natural disasters and triggering conflicts over resources, territories and environmental issues.
MERITLANDS ECOSYSTEM envisions a futuristic goal-oriented society for collective action. It serves as a blueprint to mobilise resources effectively.
MERITLANDS ECOSYSTEM distinguishes between smart cities and futuristic cities. It also becomes a platform for internationally managing human resources, enabling a transformative development plan.
PAVING THE WAY FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND A PROSPEROUS FUTURE
In conclusion, past failures of mega-size construction projects indicate that the development of futuristic cities requires a holistic approach that transcends mere aesthetics, convenience, and modernisation. A holistic approach enables developers to avoid hasty conclusions that overshadow feasibility and effective resource allocation. Thus, Meritlands Ecosystem is programmed to empower developers, optimise resource allocation and act as a catalyst for creating a goal-oriented society with a vision for the future.
Innostile Ltd has developed the concept of The Kingdom of Meritlands Ecosystem. It is a sophisticated tool programmed to modernise traditional industries, strategically accumulate and mobilise resources, and create a national hero entity and global household brand.
HISTORY OF SUCCESS
MERITLANDS ECOSYSTEM: FUNDAMENTALS
GLOBAL DYNAMICS AND HUMAN BEHAVIOUR
Ensuring sustainable economic growth is a paramount objective for nations worldwide. However, long-term economic growth is often hindered by factors and barriers such as resource misallocation and poorly equipped bureaucracy. External factors include dominant entities' interests, nations' priorities, and international corporations' interests and priorities, which are not essentially tailored to local needs, causing conflicts over locals' rights, strategic resources, national identity, sovereignty, and security. This misalignment restrains progress and.....