What do social entrepreneurs need to know when it comes to demonstrating impact? How should they view their customers when measuring their impact outcomes? Should #inclusivebiz scale for impact, or focus on meeting a niche? And what can technology and multinational corporations bring into the mix for impact? In the latest edition of iBAN’s CLUED-iN magazine, we explore all these issues and more with our expert contributors from across the social enterprise landscape!
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Why should inclusive businesses care about policy? It turns out that collaboration between the public and private sectors can be a very effective way to boost #impact and #inclusivegrowth. In this edition of CLUED-iN, we look at how enterprises and policymakers can – and are – working together to boost the base of the pyramid.
This issue of CLUED-iN takes us from the big picture—$30 trillion of additional funding that is needed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030—to the details that inclusive business entrepreneurs find themselves grappling with as they build and grow their companies.
Advancing Enabling Policy Environments for Inclusive Businesses in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
Inclusive businesses provide goods, services, and livelihoods on a commercially viable basis, to people living at the base of the pyramid making them part of the value chain of companies as suppliers, distributors, retailers, or customers.