Richtopia, founded by Derin Cag in December 2014, is a portmanteau of the words ‘Rich’ and ‘Utopia’.
The Father of Capitalism, Adam Smith, once said:
“No society can surely be flourishing and happy, of which the far greater part of the members are poor and miserable.”
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We build the Richtopian vision through quality education, and strategic partnerships.
Fellow Richtopians can find new insights and advice on leadership, innovation, and technology.
Our in-depth case-studies and analysis of leading people and companies provides a mass network-effect towards and a wider understanding of future trends.
✪ Integrity ✪ Curiosity ✪ Serendipity ✪ Humanity ✪ Prosperity
Our mission is parallel with the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):
(1) No poverty;
(2) Zero hunger;
(3) Good health and well-being;
(4) Quality education;
(5) Gender equality;
(6) Clean water and sanitation;
(7) Affordable and clean energy;
(8) Decent work and economic growth;
(9) Industry, innovation, and infrastructure;
(10) Reduced inequalities;
(11) Sustainable cities and communities;
(12) Responsible consumption and production;
(13) Climate action;
(14) Life below water;
(15) Life on land;
(16) Peace and justice, strong institutions;
(17) Partnerships for the goals.
We aim to help reach these goals by 2030, mainly through inspiring existing and future leaders.
Complimentary access to our blog along with contributions from leading academics and subject-matter experts makes Richtopia a leading publisher where the happiness, health, financial-stability, and safety of readers comes first.
Notable contributors in the past have included James Altucher (World renowned writer featured on The Financial Times, Forbes & more), Stephen Shapiro (Author & advisor to global companies like NASA, Nike and Microsoft.), Kara Goldin (CEO & Founder of hint Inc.), Jonah Berger (Wharton Professor and NYT Bestselling Author.), Dr. Suzanne Rosselet (International professor & Former Deputy Director of IMD’s World Competitiveness Center.) and Patrick Mullane (Executive Director of Harvard Business School Online) to name a few.
You can see a more detailed list of our contributors by visiting our team page.
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