"This is a very interesting discussion... I will challenge a bit some of the basis on the "question". Poverty has a strong (but not restricted to) Relationship with economic activity (or businesses or enterprises) for sure. the informal…"
"interesting question as usual. thank you for that. I will focus a bit more the question since there is no ONE Africa but several Africas! If we want to target the developing Africa and more specifically this very innovative and dynamic informal…"
"I believe that impact is fully part of the business model.there is no kore reason to speared them and the question above May not be relevant anymore... Impact is business now.
And there is a perversion that one can be a witness of: some emerging…"
"This question has two dimensions:
1- the value chain as a system
2- entrepreneurship segment by segment
The theoretical classification of opportunity entrepreneurs and survival entrepreneurs might not essentially depend on "internal…"
May I share some ideas?
Skills do not generate (self) employment or (self)business... markets do.
Tools and assets do not generate revenue... markets do.
Access to finance does not generate wealth... markets do.
I am an inclusive value chain development specialist with a strong interest in facilitating inclusive business models and B2B relationships all along value chains and specifically at BoP level.
Quite interested in "simplexity": adressing complex value chain issues with simple "solutions"...
Topics on my radar:
Agriculture, Base of the Pyramid, Enterprise Development, Environment, Finance and Investment, Governance and Transparency, Inclusive Business Models, Measuring Impact, Partnerships, Trade, Women and Business, Youth Enterprise
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