Social business global Marshall plan: open letter from prominent thinkers of international thought leaders beat G20 Summit a global Marshall plan for micro-credits and social business before Berlin, on March 5, March 6 2009 – sixteen prominent thought leaders, including from Germany, Heiner Geissler, Rupert Neudeck, Ernst Ulrich von Weizsacker and Franz Alt, sent an open letter to the heads of State and Finance Ministers of the G20 countries meeting in London on April 2., to discuss internationally coordinated action to tackle the global economic crisis. In the open letter, they beat the adoption of a “global Marshall plan for worldwide coverage micro-credit systems” before as well as a bond of 10 percent of all funds, which will be released now to solve the global economic crisis on so-called social businesses. Are companies used alone to the solution of social problems and that follow the model of Grameen companies of the Nobel Peace Prize winner of Muhammad Yunus: html/yunus.html In the cover letter leaders, it says: “our proposals not involves a call to charity for the poor of the world. We are rather adamant, that it represents the very smartest investment policy, if it is now decided measures through a new phase of economic recovery significantly will feed themselves from the successful integration of billions of still poor in the world. The year 2009 will go down in history as a year of serious economic and social upheavals. It should remain so our desire and concern as well as the year in which historical milestones were decided finally to defeat poverty in the world. At the same time, overcoming poverty is eliminating the biggest shame of humanity such as the Elimination of the biggest obstacle for a broad and sustained, and human world economic miracle, by which the entire global economy and global society will benefit greatly. The attached open letter is the kick-off “a campaign under the motto” next to wall case “dar, the our Institute together with many partners in this year performing.” Head of the Institute: Peter Spiegel,, the GENISIS founded on August 1, 2008 as a non-profit limited company Institute focused on the topic of SOCIAL BUSINESS. Thanks to the impetus of the Nobel Peace Prize winner of Muhammad Yunus and other very successful social entrepreneurs, many social problems emerged as much more efficient and cost-effective to solve by applying entrepreneurial principles. Even the eradication of poverty is no longer a utopia. GENISIS is systemic and practice-oriented research, training, communication and consulting for the paradigm shift toward SOCIAL BUSINESS.