If businesses truly want to increase their contribution to peace around the world, then they can do so by modeling their company cultures, best practices, and ethical standards after positive examples seen elsewhere around the world. From other businesses, companies can draw from experiences with labor practices and rights, such as minimum wages and working conditions. From the government, businesses can develop their practices related to capital development with respect to the environment and local cultures. The most critical factor to continue to encourage businesses to contribute to peace would be through the creation of positive reinforcement and incentives, backed by necessary regulatory frameworks and laws. Empowering stakeholders who may not necessarily be shareholders also can potentially encourage more businesses to work to create and support peace. Examples of important stakeholders include employees, customers, and NGOs.