Inclusive Business in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector

FMCGs such as food, drinks, personal care and household items, are responsible for a significant share of consumer spending in low-income communities. Companies with an inclusive business model can integrate those communities in their value chain, by developing products and services that impact livelihoods.

Guide: Inclusive Business FMCG sectorNew Practitioner Guide for Inclusive Business in the FMCG sector

This practical guide is targeted at reaching companies and other stakeholders working in the FMCG sector with an interest in inclusive business or existing inclusive business activities. It provides an overview of key concepts, a snapshot of the FMCG industry within the BoP market and identifies several industry trends. The official launch of the guide took place in the course of our 2nd Inclusive Business Sector Dialogue on FMCG in Egypt.

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Inclusive Business in Tunisia – focused on edible FMCGsfmcg_tunisia This report assesses how Tunisian businesses in the FMCG sector – specifically, in the agri-food industry – include low-income groups in their company’s value chains. It was presented and applied in a business model training in Tunis, in November 2016. English Version | French Version

Inclusive Business in the FMCG sector in Egypt fmcg_egypt The objective of this report is to provide a baseline assessment of the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector in Egypt targeting low-income communities. It includes an assessment of the potential for inclusive business models and was prepared to qualify a practitioner’s workshop in Cairo in December 2015. Download the report