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WEBINAR: Ingredients and Results of Inclusive Business - December 16th

In partnership with: Business Fights Poverty and Business Call to Action

Date: Monday 16 December, 2013

Time: 2:30pm GMT



Posted on December 12, 2013 at 13:30

Move over donors and NGOs? Exploring the boundaries of what a business can viably achieve

This blog was originally written for and published on the Business Fights Poverty website.

Three innovative start-up companies are pushing the boundaries of what business can achieve in delivering social goals through a commercially sustainable model.  Each is building a sustainable business model with dual social and commercial returns in a space previously assumed to be occupied by donors, NGOs or Corporate…


Posted on December 5, 2013 at 11:40

BIF launches in Burma!

The Business Innovation Facility is pleased to announce the launch of the second phase of BIF in Burma (Myanmar). DFID Burma is providing £4.9m of funding for a four year programme in Burma which will be delivered in partnership with our local Country Manager, HamsaHub Myanmar.

After decades of external sanctions and isolation, Burma (Myanmar) is now at an exciting stage of development with potential for improved prosperity for all. Nonetheless, fundamental challenges remain.  Not…


Posted on October 18, 2013 at 16:08 — 1 Comment

Need or want? New BIF Insider on creating demand at the base of the pyramid!

Understanding what poor people purchase with their very limited resources, and why, is notoriously difficult. Those of us reading or writing about this are unlikely to have ever experienced anything like the life situation that drives these decisions. We can enter a poor person’s home and wonder why they have a…


Posted on August 6, 2013 at 12:30

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At 10:37 on February 20, 2015, JOSEPH MOJALEFA MABUTHO said…

The EDD Program me. in Botswana aim at empowering Small Business but the requirement in some cases are unrealistic.A business person must travel over 200 to 400 kilometers to apply for the certificate only to find out he/she wasted his/her time with official red tapes and bottlenecks.

At 10:33 on February 20, 2015, JOSEPH MOJALEFA MABUTHO said…

We really need to work very hard in the Southern Africa to make things happen.Most of the business Communities are failing because of difficult market access and value chain stores which are dominating the market.

Some policies are being advocated for by the Authorities hence no implementation.Most of the Penitential business owners fail not because they are not capable but because of some loopholes and corrupt practices.

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