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  is understood as the amount that consumers are wi- lling to pay for a certain product or service. Two types of activities can be distinguished in the value chain: primary activities, which are a group of actions focused on the physical preparation of each product, and the process of transfer to the buyer.
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Creativity: it is a dynamic process, it is a living and changing force of the human being; that is to say, it is the engine of personal development and has been the basis of the progress of every culture. It is an indispen- sable element of every human being; thanks to it, so- ciety, individuals and organizations have evolved and developed.
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Community development: educational process, where the agent is not only dedicated to identifying, diag- nosing and giving recommendations for solving pro- blems, rather, it leads the community to organize, de- fine needs, formulate plans, carry out activities that lead it to continuously raise its standard of living. It can be defined as the aggregation of economic value that comes from small cultural centers, be they the family, small associations or common groups.
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Sustainable human development: it is a process of progressive change in the quality of life of the hu- man being, which places it as the center and primary subject of development, through economic growth with social equity, the transformation of production methods and consumption patterns that are sustai- ned by the ecological balance and life support of the
region. !is process implies respect for regional, na- tional and local ethnic and cultural diversity, as well as the strengthening and full citizen participation in harmonious coexistence with nature, without com- promising and guaranteeing the quality of life of fu- ture generations.
> ecoportal.net
Sustainable local development: focuses on seeking to improve the quality of human life at the local level. It is built from the real role of people (families, children, producers, organizations and local institutions). For sustainable local development to become a reality, the community must set its own objectives and goals, have confidence in the strength of the community it- self, value and aðrm the culture together with their own traditional knowledge and autonomous forms of coexistence.
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Circular economy: system of use of resources where the reduction of the elements prevails: minimize pro- duction to the bare minimum, and when it is neces- sary to use the product, bet on the reuse of elements that due to their properties cannot return to the envi- ronment
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Sharing economy: “An economic system in which goods and services are shared and exchanged through digital platforms” (Wikipedia). !e di"erence is the enormous eðciency and precision with which –through complex algorithms that estimate flows, needs and volumes almost instantaneously– technology reads and inter- prets supply-demand cycles. But the most important
         


















































































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