Anyone who has flown recently can relate to the frantic attempt to remove clothing, shoes and other packed items from your suitcase in order to meet the weight requirement that is draconiously enforced upon unsuspecting passengers. In a similar fashion, here are some additional articles that may be of interest that I could not fit into my op-ed below.
- Nextbillion.net’s Francisco Noguerra wrote about how existing corporate knowhow can strategically benefit BoP buisnesses scale up to the next level.
- From Nextbillion as well, a discussion over how to form one’s social venture and the decision of becoming a for-profit, non-profit or both
- Not content with simple indexes, one visionary is trying to build a social stock exchange. Source: Xigi.net
Filed under: BoP, NGOs and Non-profits, Research, SMEs, Social Entrepreneurship, Social Venture Capital, Technology | Tagged: BoP, funding gap, NextBillion, scalability, social stock exchange, Xigi.net |