Tools and training for inclusive business

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Here, you can find a selection of self-learning resources from iBAN and its partners about inclusive business topics. 

If you are interested in iBAN training offers in particular, kindly reach out to Katharina Banz, Coordinator for Capacity Development and Monitoring.

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Grow Asia Digital Learning Series

This video series explores a range of digital technologies which are being applied in small holder value chains which are brining greater prosperity to small farms in Asia

SectorAgriculture or Food
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LINK Methodology

The guide is mainly aimed at facilitators who mediate the processes between sellers and buyers. LINK can help your organization facilitate a systematic learning process between actors from a selected value chain, and discover new opportunities for innovation, based on the application of a participatory toolkit, with four main tools.

SectorAgriculture or Food
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Inclusive Business Toolkit

The aim of the IB toolkit is to support both SMEs and local business development consultants in their efforts to strengthen inclusive business activities in Base of the Pyramid Markets.

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Toolkit

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Gender Equality Mainstreaming (GEM) Framework

The GEM self-assessment measures a company’s performance on ESG components. Designed for companies to complete themselves, the self-assessment builds upon the ESG investment standard by mainstreaming gender across a range of ESG criteria. The self-assessment is made up of three surveys, with each survey asking gender-specific questions about one of the ESG components. The GEM self-assessment assists businesses to identify these types of value creation opportunities that can improve a company’s standing among its competitors.

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Access to Impact Investing for Social Enterprises

VIVA Idea and the Social Finance Academy co-created this “how to” course based on practical experiences and proven concepts from the field. It is wrapped around a signature framework that explains – step by step- how the process of obtaining financing will typically unfold in real life, from getting investment-ready via signing a financing contract, to establishing good investor relations, avoiding mission drift and approaching the next financing (or responsible exit).

SectorFinancial Services

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