Inclusive Business Calendar

This section will help you to plan and schedule your participation in conferences, forums, seminars and trainings on inclusive business.

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Conference
London, UK

The 4th Africa Impact Investing Leaders Forum 2019 will present delegates with the opportunity to build meaningful relationships with new impact investors focused on opportunities in Africa, discover the latest industry developments, share insights about latest strategies, and explore ways to drive continued momentum and growth in the impact market.

AIILF 2019 will bring together impact investors, institutional investors, foundations, family offices, DFIs, Private Equity & Venture Capital firms, Funds, NGOs, MFIs, impact entrepreneurs and other stakeholders. Register your interest below.

TopicFinance for Inclusive Business, Impact Investing, Partnerships, Scale
No
Conference
Nairobi, Kenya

With the theme of “Investment. Innovation. Impact,” the sector’s flagship event will bring together hundreds of attendees from around the world working to build an inclusive industry that makes clean cooking accessible to the three billion people who live each day without it. Registration details coming soon.

SectorEnergy
TopicBoP as customer, BoP as distributor, Employment, Inclusive business models and strategy, Last mile distribution
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Conference
Singapore

Meet industry peers from electricity regulators, national power companies, renewable & IPPs, investors and suppliers - all at one platform. The event serves as an opportunity to engage with top industry players from around the globe. With the vast range of participants at this exclusive event, learn about the success strategies and pitfalls of well-known power projects, through our intense case studies.

SectorEnergy
TopicFinance for Inclusive Business, Inclusive business models and strategy
No
Conference
San Jose, CA, USA
Organised byBSR

The annual BSR Conference is one of the longest-running and most well-regarded sustainability conferences. We provide a space for thought-provoking conversations, where we work together to identify solutions to our most complex global challenges. We convene more than 800 participants from around the world, including senior executives from Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, foundations, nonprofit organizations, and governments. Be a part of it and help your company define its own blueprint for sustainability.

TopicCorporates in Inclusive Business, Inclusive business models and strategy, Partnerships
No
Conference
Santiago, Chile

The Summit will bring together hundreds of impact leaders: entrepreneurs, investors, philanthropists, corporates, social sector and government leaders and leading market builders.

TopicImpact Investing, Partnerships, Policy and Government , SDGs
No
Conference
Singapore

RBF will be the world’s first global live Forum on the convergence of circular economy and the SDGs. With more than 800 leaders from governments, private sector and academia convening to drive innovation, the Forum aims to reach young entreprenuers, innovators and universities across the globe to discuss the opportunities, challenges and solutions required to bridge the SDGs gaps by 2030.

TopicEmployment, SDGs
No
Conference
Nariobi, Kenya

Industrialisation in Africa has promised to bring jobs, alleviate poverty and catalyse economic growth across the continent. How can Africa leverage the digital transformation of Industry 4.0 to enable this growth? Long term investment in technology, innovation in manufacturing and skills development for youth will be critical in accelerating and scaling access to nutritious food, healthcare and affordable housing for all. By adopting Industry 4.0 technologies, Africa can address its greatest development challenges, including creating decent jobs.

TopicCorporates in Inclusive Business, Digitalisation, Employment, Innovation
No
Forum
Birmingham, UK

The creative economy is one of the most dynamic sectors with a powerful transformative force for socioeconomic development and creating employment opportunities. African creative businesses, products and services in the UK are reshaping economic landscape creating and unlocking new growth areas for competitiveness. They interface between economy, culture, technology, and social aspects. To succeed in the current dynamic market place, entrepreneurs, business leaders and professionals must rely in addition to other aspects on continuous creativity and innovation, market knowledge, skills, technologies, networking and the ability to seize new opportunities.

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