Why do some countries have sophisticated and robust ambulance services while others are left with few emergency response options for the sick and injured? And what defines a “good” ambulance service — one with fancy equipment or one that simply provides reliable transportation to patients without the latest technology? OnFrontiers expert Jason Friesen goes through the basics of emergency services.
Setting a price that seems reasonable to consumers can be one of the most difficult tasks some businesses face. Some companies will try to gauge what customers are willing to pay through market research, but not account for local market conditions. OnFrontiers expert Jeff Walcott offers these tips to conduct studies in different locations.
An estimated 2.6 billion people around the world live with out regular access to banking services, hindering their ability to plan for the future, obtain credit or start a business. Access to formal financial resources is also a major challenge for refugees and similar groups. Read more about Zilient.org’s webinar designed to help broaden financial inclusion for the world’s underbanked population.