The Datamax Worldwide Project...
Changing How Technology Impacts The World.
A Dedication To The Equalization Of Opportunity.
Life Is Too Important To Be Left To A Random Game Of Chance.
What Is The Datamax Worldwide Project?
We Want To Build The Most Successful Social Impact Enterprise That The World Has Ever Seen
The Datamax Worldwide Project is a design and construction project unlike any other. Our goal is to design, construct, and scale a social impact technology enterprise fully aligned with the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals in order to help eliminate poverty by accelerating technology.

At Datamax, we realize that the global challenges we face will never be solved through charity alone. While non-profit organizations are created and ran with the best intentions, their impact is ultimately incredibly difficult to scale. We cannot expect people who have to beg for resources to solve complex issues that require such massive amounts of capital infrastructure and global cooperation.

The Datamax Worldwide Project is our solution to the global issue of social impact scalability. By creating a business model that incentivizes all stakeholders involved, we've designed a roadmap that can fast track us to reaching our Sustainable Development Goals. 

By getting technology to the people who need it the most, we are providing them with access to education and opportunity so that they can become self-sustainable. The Datamax Worldwide Project will not be considered complete until the Goals have been met.
United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, and peace and justice. The Goals interconnect and in order to leave no one behind, it is important that we achieve each Goal and target by 2030. Click on any specific Goal below to learn more about each issue.
Project Strategy
The Roadmap To Sustainable Development Is Simple But Not Easy
The Datamax Worldwide Project has been designed with the following logical sequence of events as our roadmap to successfully achieving the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals...
  • Access To Technology: By utilizing a social impact business model and various strategic partners we can sustainably provide the financial resources needed to deliver technology to the people who need it the most.
  • ​Literacy: Once technology is in place, software such as that which was developed for the Global Learning XPRIZE can be used to accelerate basic understanding of reading, writing, and math skills.
  • Self-Education: When literacy and technology are both in place, people can then undertake continuous self-education in order to increase their value to the marketplace.
  • Value Provision: Skillsets can then be utilized to capitalize on the connected nature of the online economy and participate in the nearly unlimited transactional opportunities that are available.
  • Economic Contribution: The value provided to the online marketplace will result in capital that is used locally and will exponentially increase the financial activity within the surrounding community.
  • Knowledge Transfer: Once educated, people will share their knowledge and continually increase the collective intelligence which will result in accelerated economic benefit.
  • ​​Leaders & Mentors: With the ability to self-educate, people will be able to visualize the path to a better future, and will be required to lead and mentor others in order to turn that vision into a reality.
  • Community Growth: Economic prosperity within a community means that there will be capital available for mandatory sustainable development institutions such as the justice, education, and healthcare systems which are needed to ensure a positive quality of life.
  • Global Partnership: Entrepreneurial community members will eventually have the ability to participate in global enterprise with things like finance, education, and the import/export of various good and services.
  • Sustainable Development: Technology will allow communities to become self-sustainable global participants, which in turn will allow them to focus on helping to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030.
By Learning From The Best We Can Become The Best
At Datamax, we've spent years working hard to understand some of the world's most complex issues in order to create a business that has the ability to help as many people as possible, and the potential to change the world. We believe that The Datamax Worldwide Project can solve major problems for millions of people in the first world, while exponentially driving abundance into the third world in order to change the future for the billions of people who were born without a chance.

The Datamax Worldwide Project has been modelled after and/or influenced by the following organizations:
The TOMS One for One® model set the standard as to how a for-profit business could be used to make a dramatic change in the world. By creating a business whose only reason for existing was to help others, Blake Mycoskie was able to create a positive difference in the lives of millions of children. In doing so, he unknowingly sparked the creative genius of entrepreneurs worldwide.
In 2007, Scott Harrison went from being a degenerate nightclub promoter, to becoming the founder of one of the most well respected charities in the world. As of 2019, charity: water has provided access to clean and safe water for over 9.6 million people. 

The biggest innovation in the charity: water design, is that they partnered with some of the wealthiest people on the planet to cover their overhead costs, so that 100% of all donor money goes to providing clean water for the people who need it the most. By being completely transparent, charity: water has gained the trust of people worldwide in their mission to finally see the day where people no longer die from dirty water.
Peter Dupuis had already earned a worldwide reputation as a real estate entrepreneur and marketer when a chance meeting in 2010 with TOMS Shoes’ founder Blake Mycoskie took his life in a radically different direction. Inspired by Blake’s example and business model, Peter spent three years in a graduate program studying social entrepreneurship, modern philanthropy, slum housing and landfill communities.

In 2013, Peter and his business partner of 32 years, Sid Landolt, co-founded World Housing with a mission to leverage social impact as a strong differentiating factor for property developers. By developing a one-for-one model in the real estate market, they are now able to supply homes for some of the most impoverished people on the planet, allowing them to live safe, stable lives.

Children who grow up in safe, stable homes have greater freedom to pursue education, and raise the standard of living for themselves, their families, and future generations to come. World Housing homes cause a ripple effect. And those ripples change lives.
Launched in 2014, the Global Learning XPRIZE challenged innovators around the globe to develop scalable solutions that enable children to teach themselves basic reading, writing and arithmetic within 15 months. The $15 million competition, which was financed by Elon Musk, drew almost 700 teams from around the world eager to help. 

Over $300 million was deployed on the project, and in 2019 it was announced that two teams had tied for first place. The XPRIZE Foundation believes that the best solutions can come from anyone, anywhere, and has been able to attract some of the best scientists, engineers, academics, entrepreneurs and other innovators with new ideas from all over the world. 
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