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Business-Managed Democracy

“Business-managed democracies are those in which the political and cultural arrangements are managed in the interests of business”

Sharon Beder

Business-Managed Education

Corporate Scholarships

Many firms sponsor and fund scholarships as a way of associating their brands with educational endeavours.

Examples


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45 percent of Californian schools participated in scholarship programs run by food and beverage companies.

reference Coke scholarships

Companies such as Coca-Cola, McDonalds and Wendy’s fund scholarship programs.

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In 2009 Toyota gave 100 high school seniors college scholarships worth a total of $1 million.

Canada reference toyota logoToyota funds fifteen $5000 scholarships for students who have excelled in environmental community service. This not only advertises the Toyota brand but associates it with environmental protection at a time when car manufacturers are being criticised for their contribution to air pollution. reference

Future Shop provides 55 students with scholarships


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