The commercial organization and global manufacturer of synthetic blood. “Global Resource Network” has exclusive rights to the extraction of rare species actinolites in Australia - the world's largest mineral deposits of this type. When synthetic blood was released in 2005, the number of Global Resource Network staff was only four. Today, its fields more than 2 million employees.

The official date of foundation for the company is not known. The starting point of its activities is taken from the date they filed registration of rights to the production of unclaimed rocks in Carinthia federal state in the south of Austria. The document was issued on November 1995 in the name of one of its future leaders - Oliver Mankiw.

Oliver Mankiw has inherited a fortune from his father - the owner of a large European supermarket chains, died in a plane crash when Oliver was fourteen years old. According to the will, Oliver was the sole heir to all the capital of his father, however he could not access it until he reached 25 years of age. Up to this point, Oliver was left to himself.

At age 19, Oliver Mankiw becomes a member of a European anti-globalization group and is imbued with their ideas. He is actively involved in the actions of a few years became one of the leaders of the movement. Having inherited, Oliver sells his father's company, and uses the money to buy gold, donating it as a contribution to the leading Swiss banks.  

The idea to invest in bank dividends exclusive mining rights of unclaimed deposits to date has had limited success for the supporters of the movement of Mankiw. The risk of loss of money was great, but if successful, when resources become popular and useful in one of the industry - the world's largest corporations will be denied access to resources in an innovative and promising areas of the market.

Name of the organization "Global Resource Network" conceived the idea of sarcasm to bear in relation to leading corporations and their policies of economic resources to capture the market. During the ten years of its activities Global Resource Network has issued more than a thousand agreements with various countries of the world to the target production of unclaimed rocks, but only one of them has brought the company significant profits.

In 2008, the Global Resource Network receives from Morgan Industries quotation about the possibility of transfer of rights on the extraction of silicate ores in the territory of the Australian continent. But Global Resource Network is fundamentally rejected the proposal, despite the staggering amount of compensation. Realizing that the original idea finally bore fruit, Global Resource Network draws himself as a commercial entity and exits on the stock market by issuing one billion shares with par value of US $ 1. Six months later, when the world learned about the appearance of synthetic blood, and about who owns the rights to mine the most important component of its synthesis, the stock Global Resource Network soared to 227 dollars per share. By selling some of its assets to interested shareholders, the company began production of Australian actinolite, opening mining complexes in several fields, providing raw materials for pharmaceutical companies and then create a network of biochemical labs, where he conducted research for their own production of synthetic blood.

After the first batch of artificial blood was successfully tested, Global Resource Network began launching its anti-globalization policies. The company increases the cost of raw materials and reduces the prices paid for the finished product by producing their own. Forcing large-Wholesale synthetic blood suppliers to work exclusively with Global Resource Network .

After a clash of interests with Morgan Industries in Australia, the company began developing new industries needed to create military production: heavy engineering, microelectronics and telecommunications systems.

Production facilities are located mainly on the African continent.

In 2011, the amount of contracts the company owns is equal to $ 320 billion and total annual revenues of close to 682 billion.

The executive body of the company is the Directorate, which consists of the four founders of the company, former colleagues - anti-globalists.

The founders of the Global Resource Network strongly protested when the media refer to the structure as a "corporation". Their business and social policy in respect of its employees is fundamentally different from the other principles of corporate companies. Any employee of Global Resource Network on their own can become a shareholder of the company, will receive shares on wages and will each year receive dividends for that fiscal. As planned by the management of such a system, motivating its employees created a better response to their duty and a responsible approach to their work.

The company financed research and development in the field of prevention and treatment of serious diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, typhoid fever, and Ebola. Also annually provides financial assistance to African nations totaling $ 3 billion.

Initially, after the start of its own production of synthetic blood, the company is free of charge to all who need blood transfusions, in the amount of annual quotas for each African country. But after the systematic disappearance of people with synthetic blood, and their bodies being found bloodless, action was taken to prevent criminals. Companies had to exclude the supply of "blue blood" to Africa in general.

The policies Global Resource Network are fair according to the company's management, the distribution of funds between the rich and needy sections of the population, So people who have the sufficient funds, acquire the company's products at market prices, but those who can not afford to buy synthetic blood, it is available free of charge within the annual quotas.

Due to its social policy Global Resource Network is become increasingly popular in the world. The number of people wanting to get a job in the company is growing every year.

What will happen with Global Resource Network in the future - time will tell, but the company is doing everything possible to adapt to constantly changing working conditions. This includes opening new production facilities in non-core policy areas of anti-globalization.

Today, Global Resource Network the world's first dynamically developing company operating on commercial principles of socialism, capable to defend their ideals, even with arms.