Portfolio Tag Archives: asia

Strategies for Rural and Informal Markets

We identify opportunity spaces and define new products and services that can add value and enhance lives, not simply plug the gaps of unmet needs. Needs and wants are so many that every decision to spend money is a trade off on the risks of a return of maximum value. How and where can we […]

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Financial Innovation for the Informal Economy

Financial innovation for the informal econonomy requires a comprehensive understanding of the entire ecosystem. It means taking a broader perspective than diving in to develop another mobile money solution or clever app to track expenses. Whether its taking a closer look at a rural region’s highly interdependent economic behaviour or mapping the value chain from […]

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Household Finances in Rural & Informal Markets

What insights can we derive from observing and understanding how those at the BoP currently manage their household budgets to inspire new transaction models or pricing strategies for businesses wishing to serve the poor more effectively, yet profitably? Selected in 2008 Small Grants competition conducted by iBoP Asia Project to conduct exploratory research in rural […]

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Exploratory User Research

When we’re looking at an entirely new and different operating environment from that which we’re immersed in, exploratory user research allows us to map the landscape, understand the local context and conditions, and identify potentials for innovation. It is after this understanding phase that we can select promising opportunity spaces to explore further or decide […]

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