WANTED: Nordic start-ups!

Inclusive North – an initiative supported by the Rising North fund – is giving Nordic start-ups the possibility of joining their peers in a global community dedicated to building successful and scalable inclusive business models. The is offering this through two global mechanisms: The Inclusive Innovation Tour and Factory (ii2030) is a two day event in

Inclusive Business Sweden goes to South Africa

Inclusive Business Sweden joins the “Sustainable Food Systems for all – Catalyzing Change through Multi Stakeholder Action” conference, in South Africa, June 21-23. The conference will explore innovative multi-stakeholder approaches to tackle food systems challenges in general, and discuss the need of ensuring sustainable food systems in the face of a changing climate and growing

The IAP to be launched on March 24!

The IAP to be launched on March 24!

The Innovations Against Poverty Fund challenges the private sector to develop products, services and business models that can contribute to the fight against poverty and climate change. It is a specialized fund with the specific mandate to identify and support innovative Inclusive Business models that deliver both commercial benefits for the private sector and developmental

Launching the Sweden-Bangladesh Alliance for Inclusive Business

Launching the Sweden-Bangladesh Alliance for Inclusive Business

On November 30, a unique platform aiming to connect Swedish and Bangladeshi businesses was launched in Göteborg. Set up through a partnership between Inclusive Business Sweden and SNV Bangladesh, the purpose of the Sweden-Bangladesh Alliance for Inclusive Business is to facilitate ongoing and long-lasting collaborations between Swedish and Bangladeshi actors that wish to jointly create

The Innovations Against Poverty – Phase II programme about to begin, with Inclusive Business Sweden part of the consortium

Inclusive Business Sweden will join forces with SNV and BoPInc to implement Innovations Against Poverty – Phase II (IAP2), a project aiming to stimulate the private sector to focus efforts, innovation and resources on developing services, products and systems that contribute to poverty alleviation. The Sida-funded programme allocates a €7.4 million-fund over a four-year period, with the