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Events & Publications on the topic: inclusive business

Launch of the Landscape Study of Inclusive Business in Viet Nam

In 2019, to support the development of an enabling environment for inclusive businesses in Viet Nam, the Agency for Enterprise Development (AED) under the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) requested the United Nations


Fourth ASEAN Inclusive Business Summit

Darussalam Enterprise (DARe), the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (United Nation ESCAP), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Inclusive Business Action Network (

CLUED-iN #16 - REIMAGINING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS

Global shocks such as Covid-19 and climate change have intensified the need to make current models of capitalism more inclusive, resilient and sustainable. One way towards reimagining more sustainable business can be found in emerging coalitions and platforms.  




CLUED-iN #15 - RESKILLING

The global COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted education throughout the world, threatening both current learning and future employment. Even before the pandemic, there were concerns about the digital divide in learning. However, one result of the education upheaval is the acceleration towards new forms of learning. The latest issue of CLUED-iN looks at these innovative ways of learning that seek to provide better opportunities to develop the future workforce. 
 


Launch of Landscape Study of Inclusive Business in Cambodia

Companies with inclusive business (IB) models can play a strong role in making economic growth in Cambodia more inclusive and beneficial to poor and low-income people. Inclusive business models provide goods, services, and livelihoods on a commercially viable basis and at scale, to people living at the base of the pyramid. These businesses promote social transformations as they have a large and deep social impact.

Landscape Study of Inclusive Business in Cambodia

Companies with inclusive business (IB) models can play a strong role in making economic growth in Cambodia more inclusive and beneficial to poor and low-income people. Inclusive business models provide goods, services, and livelihoods on a commercially viable basis and at scale, to people living at the base of the pyramid. These businesses promote social transformations as they have a large and deep social impact. 


The state of social enterprise in South East Asia

The British Council, supported by United Nations ESCAP, in collaboration with HSBC and Social Enterprise UK, has collected data since 2017 together to produce a comprehensive, comparative social enterprise landscape report across South East Asia. The report covers studies conducted in Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Malaysia; the Philippines; Singapore; Thailand and Viet Nam.