More than 750 businesses around the globe follow EoC guidelines and principles. Here are some of those operating in the U.S., Canada, Ireland, Australia and the Dominican Republic.
economy of communion
Economy of Communion meets the needs of many people around the world. Listen to their experiences.
Focolare’s founder retraces the origins of the Economy of Communion in Brazil.
Born from a desire to meet the material needs of many, the Focolare's Economy of Communion is a model of how for profit businesses can serve the greater good of all. The emphasis is on communion. Follow a brief overview of its development and principles.
Near the Focolare’s little city of Loppiano, in Tuscany, is a new industrial park for Economy of Communion businesses. Italy’s prime minister was on hand for the grand opening.
Tassano Consortium, a successful EoC initiative that helps people in a variety of situations enter the workforce, tells its story at the United Nations.
Two university professors in San Antonio promote the Economy of Communion through a lecture and symposium. For students, it is a true discovery.
The International Ecotourism Society defines ecotourism as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.”
Economy, business, profits — a stimulating, inspiring dialogue on these topics emerged at a college credit course.