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By Christina Gradl, Founder and Director, Endeva
The eLab provides an introduction to managers who are tasked and set to create business with low-income communities. It is designed in a way that fits every managers schedule, while providing the most important insights every IB manager should be aware of. Let’s review these two propositions!
The eLab consists of 6 modules. Each module introduces an aspect of inclusive business that makes this approach unique and challenging. The modules are:
Each topic will be presented by an expert from the BoP Learning Labs and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Presentations will introduce key concepts, but focus on their practical application, and the success factors and stumbling stones that can expected. Experts will be joined by practitioners that share their own experience with inclusive business.
The course consists of a number of elements that allow managers to fit this learning experience into their daily routine and adjust it to their specific needs.
The eLab is designed to share years of research and experience in a low-cost and easy-to-access way. We as experts aim to make a difference to managers’ approach to inclusive business, and, ultimately, to the impact achieved on the ground.
Learn more about the course, including pricing and what’s on offer, at http://inclusivebusiness.businessfightspoverty.org/take-action/inclusive-business-elab/. The course will begin on May 26, 2014 with registration available until May 14.
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