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| 26 September 2018
An innovation disrupting foreign assistance delivery: remote technical assistance (RTA)
International development and relief assistance increasingly turn to remote technical assistance for fast, quality knowledge access Whether it be a local market nuance in Bangalore or specific ways to improve quinoa crop yields, it’s no secret that tailored expertise improves …
| 8 November 2017
The Next Asian Tigers are Robots and Drugmakers
Three private equity experts weigh in on where to find growth in this evolving market during our recent #ExpertChat session.
| 18 August 2017
Bottling Benin’s Voodoo Spirit: Growing a Premium Liquor Business in An Emerging Market
OnFrontiers checked in with VooDoo Spirits, a West African-based liquor company, about the benefits and challenges of operating in a frontier market.
| 31 July 2017
Expert Q&A: Expanding Energy Access One Cookstove at a Time
The Director of Operations for African Clean Energy explains how a solar biomass cookstove is helping provide electricity to parts of Asia and Africa’s rural communities.
| 13 July 2017
4 Pro Tips For Scaling Social Enterprise Into New Markets
Two veteran entrepreneurs offer their views about how to break into new markets, adapt to local conditions and how to manage growth from their own experiences in developing countries.
| 16 June 2017
Tailoring Willingness to Pay Studies to Local Markets
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.
| 3 May 2017
Incorporating Market Dynamics into Human-Centered Design
We hear a lot about human-centered design – Melinda Gates has even touted it as the innovation that’s changing the most lives in the developing world. But what about the market systems in which people in developing countries are operating? …
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