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Enabling Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) Entrepreneurs
Brian Joosse, Project Manager, Canada, Member

Micro credit organizations such as KIVA are enabling access to credit. It's a good start. Education institutions (now often profit driven) need to make the access to trade education as well as other marketable skills available, possibly through . In ones own company the contributions to micro credit organizations could be matched. Such a great task requires many innovative solutions. Consider the industrial revolution, how where skills developed to meet the needs? (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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BOP and Youth
Bob Sutton, Guatemala, Member

I recently introduced social enterprise concepts to a rural youth group and no surprise they were keen and willing to work hard to advance a new enterprise. The BOP opportunities are very real... But creativity, cultural sensitivity and a kick-start are needed. The foundation skills for business are also often weak... But the skills can be developed "hands-on" with real and lasting benefits for all concerned!
 

 
Industrial Revolution?
Julie Johnston, Teacher, Member

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