This is inclusive business

Inclusive business is a term describing commercially and socially viable business models in which people at the base of the pyramid (BoP) are included as producers, consumers and/or entrepreneurs in the value chain. The BoP refers to the approximately 4.5 billion people living on less than US$ 8 per day. Inclusive Business Sweden engages and supports organisations in sustainable, innovative and inclusive business models with the BoP. We work with partners from a range of sectors, and connect businesses from Sweden with actors at the BoP, for mutual benefit.



The Inclusive Business Co-creation Accelerator (IBCA), a collaboration between Inclusive Business Sweden and SP Technical Research Institute, is a Vinnova-funded project beginning in January 2015. The programme, which runs for 3 years, sets a clear path for co-creating and scaling inclusive business models with the BoP. A more detailed overview of the programme can be

InTact round


Project InTaCt (Inclusive Textiles and Clothing) aims to map the opportunities for developing inclusive business models across supply chains in Southeast Asia, seeking new and innovative investment openings for Swedish and international companies in the textiles and clothing sector. Two focus countries are included in the study: Bangladesh and Myanmar, both home to a vibrant industry

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Go Africa

Go Africa is an internationalisation initiative aiming to provide Swedish SMEs with the competence, network, tools and support needed to successfully break into and do business in sub-Saharan Africa. The program will run during 2016-2017 and is open to Swedish SMEs from all sectors. The primary target countries are Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Nigeria. You

The Inclusive Business Agenda

This Agenda sets the stage for inclusive business in Sweden. Published in early 2015, it provides the framework for the Inclusive Business Co-creation Accelerator

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6sector-based alliances in the IBCA
14businesses currently supported by us
137businesses in our ecosystem
185Participants registered for the Inclusive Business Forum 2016 (so far!)