A Socioeconomic Construct for the Future of Civil Societies

Let's begin with a very clear message. Impact Economics is not another idea, it is a real model that has been proven to work via almost 10 years of live testing, and it is all done
"In Place".

There are very few economic models that are designed to not only include every community stakeholder, sector, or segment, but also to integrate them in a manner that if one benefits, all benefit. There are even fewer that have been proven to work, and even fewer that give passionate and purposed people the opportunity to embed them in their own communities.

Welcome to one that does, i.e. IMPACT ECONOMICS


After decades of research, design, and testing, and over $9m of investment, Impact Economics has been proven to work, and is now being scaled across America and the world. 


Impact Economics has been designed for communities, cities, states, and countries wishing to use "inclusive" or "multi-stakeholder capitalism" to create communities that are economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable for ALL residents. This is not a moment too soon, as if the pandemic has taught us anything, it is that we must become more resilient. 

Impact Economics is a politically agnostic model that instead of using entitlement and welfare as a bedrock for marginalized community segments, it uses business, economics and empowerment. It does this by:


  • Creating a socioeconomic construct that works for every community segment, not just some of them

  • Focusing on equality of opportunity not outcome

  • Treating those living in marginalized communities as the table, as opposed to suggesting they  should have a seat at the table

  • Changing the socioeconomic pyramid into a socioeconomic construct that provides every segment direct line of sight to each other

  • Flushing out the choke points that are hiding in plain sight

  • Proving that top-down and bottom-up approaches must be adopted, and that where they meet, success will occur


(Read "Pimping Poverty" by Stuart Williams)


Impact Economics  does this by creating a transparent economic framework, where all are included, all can contribute, and all are valued. Impact Economics Certified Consultants can do this in their own communities, "In Place", because they receive the training, expertise, tools, materials, and proof required to bring all community segments to the table in a manner that benefits each, but as stated, when one benefits, all benefit. Ultra progressives criticize Impact Economics because it does provide benefits for the wealthy and for corporations, but, at the same time, it helps raise the marginalized out of poverty, and creates economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable communities. 


Poverty and marginalization are economic models, and for the past 70 years we have been trying to fight economics with charity. That is like trying to take a knife to gun fight, and in reality, think of the results to date. 


Impact Economics is the future, we have proven it, and now people around the world are getting certified in it so that they can become the go-to people in their communities to embed it. 

When people talk about needing a different model, we know that it actually exists, and if you are reading this, you have an open invitation to come to Charleston, South Carolina to see it work.


Impact Economics is the socioeconomic construct for the future of humanity.

Read about how it was designed here, not by the UN, not by the World Bank, not by the World Economic Forum, but by Stuart Williams and his family.