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A summit of the Big Five for Wildlife business strategies

In the heart of the untamed African wilderness gathering, like no other unfolded—a Big Five summit! The sun dipped low, casting golden hues upon the Amboseli, as the lion, rhino, buffalo, elephant, and leopard assembled under the Baobab tree meeting point. Their purpose? To chart the course for their wild domain, to turn the chaos of the bush into a symphony of profits.

The Council of Beasts:

  1. Simba the Lion potraying the Lion leadership—Regal and wise, his amber eyes held the weight of generations. As the self-proclaimed king of the jungle, he cleared his throat and rumbled, “Welcome, my fellow creatures. Today, we discuss bush operations—our survival, our prosperity.”
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  1. Rafiki the Rhino CFO in practice—The Chief Financial Office’s horn gleamed like a moonlit dagger. Rafiki was the numbers guy, the CFO of the wild. He adjusted his spectacles (yes, rhinos wear them) and said, “Efficiency, my friends! Streamline the migration routes, minimize energy expenditure. Profit margins will soar!”
  1. Bosco the Buffalo diversification,—Massive and contemplative, Bosco chewed cud thoughtfully. “Diversification,” he bellowed. “We can’t rely solely on grass. Let’s invest in termite stocks. They’re recession-proof!”
  1. Ellie the Elephant logistics—Her ears flapped like giant fans. Ellie was the logistics expert. “Supply chain optimization,” she trumpeted. “We need faster water access. And let’s outsource tree-scratching to the monkeys—they work for peanuts.”
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  1. Leona the Leopard, the Marketing strategist—Sleek and cunning, Leona perched on a branch. “Content marketing,” she purred. “Our spots are our brand. Let’s launch ‘#Wild animal predation, ’—exclusive hide patterns for the elite. And Instagram influencers? We’ll call them ‘Insta-spots.’”

The Roaring Debate:

Simba raised his mighty paw. “Gathered brethren, we must debate: Wildlife collaboration vs. competition?”

Rafiki pounded the ground then mentioned Safari business ventures. “Collaborate! Joint ventures with zebras—striped transport services. And let’s franchise our watering holes!”

Bosco snorted. “Compete! The wildebeests are encroaching. We’ll trample them—market share, you see.”

Ellie swayed, deep in thought. “Collaborate, but with exclusivity. VIP water access for premium members—elephant-sized fees.”

Leona licked her whiskers. “Compete! Stealthy ambush marketing. When the antelopes least expect it, we pounce-brand loyalty!”

The Resolution That Wasn’t:

Hours passed. The baobab tree listened, its gnarled bark absorbing their African wildlife debates, that did not get a resolution under Baobab tree. But alas, no consensus emerged. Simba sighed. “Perhaps we’re too diverse,” he mused. “Our strengths clash like thunderstorms.”

And so, the wild remained untamed. The lion hunted the buffalo, the rhino charged the elephant, and the leopard stalked them all. The bush became a battlefield of business strategies—profit margins painted in blood.

The Circle of Predation:

As the moon rose, Simba gazed at the stars. “We’re like the stock market,” he whispered. “Bull markets, bear markets, and the occasional hyena bubble.”

And so, dear reader, next time you see a lion chasing a buffalo, know that it’s not hunger—it’s a hostile takeover, which may lead to wild animal predation. The wild, after all, is the original Wall Street. 🌿🦁📈

Victor Isaacs


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