To create scalable and profitable strategies for tackling poverty and inequality in the developing world, you must be ambitious – and build a new ecosystem.
Why do companies find it so difficult to deliver economic and social value to low-income communities in the developing world? Writing in Harvard Business Review, Robert S Kaplan, George Serafeim and Eduardo Tugendhat say it’s because projects aren’t ambitious enough. Instead of trying to fix local problems, reimagine the regional ecosystems in which you participate. They present a roadmap for doing just that.
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