CAPITAL YOUR SMALL BUSINESS
CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT
Capital or Capitalism is not confined to financial capital. Companies deal every day with different kinds of capital. Besides money, we rely on human labor, land, water, energy, machinery and our communities. Multicapitalism is a new term used to define the economic system we live in today.
INTERNAL ECONOMIC CAPITAL
This includes financial capital (funds available, including debt and equity finance), and non-financial capital (for example the value of your brand).
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EXTERNAL ECONOMIC CAPITAL
This takes into account the impact an organization has on the financial and non-financial capital of other entities (for example, a new factory may reduce or increase real estate values nearby).
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This includes all natural resources we rely on, as well as ecosystem services such as climate regulation.
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This includes knowledge, skills, experience, health, attitudes and motivation of individuals.
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SOCIAL & RELATIONSHIP CAPITAL
This consists of teams, networks and groups of individuals working together, and includes their shared intellectual capital.
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This consists of material objects, systems or ecosystems created or cultivated by humans.
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Long-term tangible piece of property or equipment that a firm owns and uses in its operations to generate income.
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Merchandisers purchase ready-made goods wholesale, then resell the goods to turn a profit.
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