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Nathan Albertelli serves as the administrative director of the QmeSpotlight Ecosystem. With over 10 years of business and technology research experience, Nathan has applied his business acumen and academic knowledge toward the business process, and market application for the products developed at the QmeSpotlight Ecosystem.
Nathan also serves as a thought leader in the “shop local / buy local movement”, which aims to keep money local in order to create stronger communities, more dynamic and resilient local economies, and more opportunities for residents to thrive within their own communities.
Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
Bachelors of Anthropology
Nathan has three personal overarching goals for the QmeSpotlight Ecosystem:
Create an environment for people to easily open a small business locally and be able to seamlessly communicate the value and offerings of their business to their local community.
Give stakeholders of local communities a better means of communicating with the residents and businesses of their community.
Highlight the diverse beauty, ideas, and dreams that people and places have to offer worldwide (the “creative culture”), demonstrate that this creative culture is everywhere and that this creative culture must be spotlighted, made relevant, distributed, and consumed at a local level for all local communities locally worldwide. By doing this, we create stronger, self-sustaining communities.
“Everyone should have a chance to be able to make a living wage from their own skills and talent without being reliant upon large corporations to meet that need. I aim to empower local communities to become self-sustaining local economies that trade and create value for a continually growing and increasingly integrated world market.”
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