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Jack Newnham
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Jack Newnham commented on Kate Collins's blog post Getting the Word Out
"I like the idea of exploring social media as a dissemination tool more thoroughly and for me part of what I took away from the team week was a heightened interest in this. I may be stuck in more traditional thinking on what we disseminate, but I…"
Nov 14, 2012
Jack Newnham commented on Dulce Pedroso's blog post When it turns out right
"Sounds like an interesting conference. It is also interesting how you compare the potential for inclusive business to grow as a 'market' to the evolution of the micro finance market that was so ably started my professor Yunis. The…"
Nov 14, 2012
A blog post by Jack Newnham was featured

BIF in pictures

What an amazing set of projects – my reaction to the ‘show and tell’ session that helped kick of our annual BIF team meeting. We started BIF two and a half years ago with the objective of identifying, funding and sharing knowledge on 30 ‘inclusive business’ projects– and all the strategising, planning and hard work have now translated into a portfolio of really interesting and exciting…See More
Nov 9, 2012
Jack Newnham posted a blog post

BIF in pictures

What an amazing set of projects – my reaction to the ‘show and tell’ session that helped kick of our annual BIF team meeting. We started BIF two and a half years ago with the objective of identifying, funding and sharing knowledge on 30 ‘inclusive business’ projects– and all the strategising, planning and hard work have now translated into a portfolio of really interesting and exciting…See More
Nov 9, 2012
Jack Newnham commented on Soji Apampa's blog post Do You Know What Your Partner Wants?
"Apologies - have clearly been too verbose and gone over word limits as final section has not come through - here is summary again (and in full). In summary, and my attempt at an answer the question what do your partners want (that draws on my…"
Jan 25, 2012
Jack Newnham commented on Soji Apampa's blog post Do You Know What Your Partner Wants?
"Soji, Well put and thought provoking… Like Jess, I liked the point on understanding where people are on their journey: “We have learnt to trace with them from CSR towards inclusive business to identify where they are on that road…"
Jan 25, 2012
Jack Newnham commented on Karen Smith's blog post FAO & EC announce €5.3million climate smart agriculture (CSA) project for Malawi, Zambia, Vietnam
"V interesting Karen - I have forwarded to Dan HG and Jack S - if there is anything I should find out from them before I come to Malawi let me know"
Jan 24, 2012
Jack Newnham commented on Georgina Turner's blog post From Microfinance to Market Linkages
"  Georgina,   Well done for blogging like this - an inspiration to us all (not least me!). I agree with you that understanding markets as they currently operate is often a key starting point, particularly in informal systems where the…"
Oct 4, 2011
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BIF in pictures

What an amazing set of projects – my reaction to the ‘show and tell’ session that helped kick of our annual BIF team meeting. We started BIF two and a half years ago with the objective of identifying, funding and sharing knowledge on 30 ‘inclusive business’ projects– and all the strategising, planning and hard work have now translated into a portfolio of really interesting and exciting…

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