As a capture manager, it’s your job to be optimistic.
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OnFrontiers is changing the way researchers search for and interact with industry experts in emerging markets. In this Q&A, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Brian Caouette, discusses the rationale, development, and features of OnFrontiers’s platform and how it creates unique opportunities for both researchers and industry experts.
Kenya’s digital revolution opens investment opportunities • Education and healthcare sectors ready for growth
It is well known that financial turbulence in advanced economies spills over to emerging markets. What is less known, but increasingly significant, is that spillovers also travel in the opposite direction.
Judith Joan Walker is the Director of Operations for African Clean Energy, an Amsterdam-based company focused on providing cookstoves to rural households in Africa and Southeast Asia. Their main product is the ACE-1 solar biomass cookstove, which burns solid biomass without smoke and captures solar energy with an external solar panel for mobile phone charging and LED lighting.
On Tuesday, Kenyans will vote in the country’s general election. The build-up to the Aug. 8th vote has already included the death of a key election official and reports of some residents leaving the capital Nairobi and others stocking up on food, both fearful of possible violence because of the vote.
For many innovators entering new markets, finding partners, and identifying opportunities and resources can be challenging. USAID’s Global Development Lab has documented many cases where USAID implementing partners have provided critical support in these areas to innovators. USAID’s programs on the ground are implemented by a large group of implementing partners including private sector contractors, NGOs, Universities and many others. Innovators should view these implementing partners, who manage billions of dollars of USAID programs, as a potential source of funding, partnership, expertise, market knowledge, and much more.