Event Calendar for 2015

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Global Sankalp Summit 2015

The Business Call to Action has partnered with the Global Sankalp Summit to bring you access to the global event for inclusive business the 9th & 10th of April at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Now in its 7th year the Global Sankalp Summit 2015 will be exploring innovation as a trigger for inclusion, bringing Government as an actor in equitable development working together with social business, capital and corporates. We are delighted to offer BCtA members a 15% discount. Simply use the code BCTA15 when you register today. Sankalp Forum is a platform for innovation, inspiration and enterprise-led development. This year, the Forum has expanded, ...

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Accelerating Sustainable and Inclusive Business: What are the barriers to scaling inclusive business models and potential solutions to overcome them?

A growing number of companies are developing sustainable and inclusive business models that can offer positive developmental impacts—often partnering with the public sector, non-profit organisations, and foundations to leverage complementary capabilities and share up-front cost and risk. A new research report: “Growth for Good or Good for Growth?” by The Fletcher School at Tufts University and the Monitor Institute, supported by Citi Foundation explores what motivates companies to engage in sustainable and inclusive business, the challenges they face and potential solutions to driving scale. At the same time, the UNDP-hosted Business Call to Action and the UK’s Department for International Development have ...

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Webinar: How do we replicate what works in Inclusive Business?

14 January
11:00AM - 12:30PM


On 14 January 2015, the Business Call to Action (BCtA) and Endeva Enterprise Solutions for Development, with community support from the Business Fights Poverty, will host a webinar discussion addressing the question, How do we replicate what works in Inclusive Business? The webinar will discuss how inclusive businesses can replicate their business model, thus expanding their business, or share their knowledge with peers, who can follow a similar path. How can development partners, governments, investors, NGOs and other actors in the ecosystem actively support the replication of these models? Drawing on the findings shared in Endeva’s newly published study, Multiplying Impact: Supporting ...

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