How a business engages and listens to its customers often determines how successful it is going to be. For inclusive businesses, the importance of that interaction goes up tenfold.
This month we have a host of examples of how businesses are listening to consumers, adapting their products and services, and learning about those they reach.
The Innovations Against Poverty 2013 Portfolio Review gives a status report on the inclusive businesses supported by IAP. It assesses the commercial viability of the projects and explores the development effects.
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|Innovations Against Poverty KE Report 2013||Spotlight: Designing products and services for illiterate users||Insider: Why go it alone? Take your partners||Final findings from the Business Innovation Facility pilot|
|Learn from the journeys of IB start-ups in the IAP portfolio||How to ensure your products can be used and understood by everybody||Why inclusive businesses need new and unexpected partnerships||Read about the commercial & social results and lessons learnt from the BIF pilot|
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