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Jessica Scholl
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International Business Leaders Forum
Programme Manager
About My Work
Inclusive Business, Partnering, United Nations Global Compact, IBLF
Non-Government Organisation
Issues of Interest
Inclusive Business: Value Chains, Inclusive Business: Products and Services, Low carbon and climate resilient business models, Working in partnership, Impact assessment, Investment Climate & Regulation, Working with farmers & the informal sector, Role of donors/governments, Driving & managing change inside the company
Main Reason for Joining this Site
Networking with fellow practitioners

Questions on Partnering for Inclusive Business?

I am available to answer any questions you may have on partnering as a tool to design, implement, or scale up your inclusive business model.  Please don't hesitate to email me at 

Jessica Scholl's Blog

Business in Development Hubs: Zambia and Colombia

Often times, as I’m browsing the Practitioner Hub or one of its website contemporaries, I pause in contemplation of the shear amount of individuals, organisations, businesses, governments and international agencies engaged in a common pursuit: a more sustainable world.  Now, the definition of sustainable will likely differ for many of these actors, with some focusing more on the financial sustainability of…


Posted on January 28, 2013 at 7:30

Business Opportunity in the Toilet: Partnering to Flush it Out

Imagine this: You manage a successful company that distributes Portable Toilet Cabins (PTC) in India.  You see 24% of India’s urban population living in slums with very limited access to formal toilets, 50% of India’s population still defecating in the open, and around 6,000 children dying each day from diseases related to poor sanitation, such as diarrhoea. 


You see the makings of a strong demand: a need to be…


Posted on November 4, 2011 at 13:30 — 4 Comments

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