Inclusive Innovation toolkit training for advisors in Nairobi Monday, 11 December 2017

Inclusive Innovation toolkit training for advisors in Nairobi

IBA in collaboration with SWITCH-Africa Green (SAG)-SEED is hosting 3-day 'Inclusive Innovation toolkit training for advisors' in Nairobi, Kenya from 26 to 28 February 2018. The toolkit captures the experiences, insights, methods and tips from experienced practitioners, and translate them into concrete tools for use in various phases of the innovation process.

Are you an experienced inclusive business advisor? Interested in expanding your knowledge portfolio in order to address a larger market?

Welcome to the Inclusive Innovation training – a collaboration between SAG-SEED and IBA

Training Details:

  • Duration: 3 days
  • Date: February 26-28 February, 2018
  • Location: Nairobi, Kenya
  • Format: Participants work with the tools in groups and exchange insights in plenary
  • Fee: 750 euros p.p.

After the training you will appear as a trained inclusive innovation advisor on IBA and will be granted access to the full inclusive innovation toolkit.

NOTE: This training is dependent on reaching a minimum number of participants.

To secure your spot, please email Saskia Rotshuizen (saskia@iba.ventures) with the following information: 

  • Your full name, phone number, mailing address and email address
  • A short description of your current experience as an advisor

Why Inclusive Innovation?

Innovation is by definition uncertain, unpredictable and complex. It is therefore difficult to manage and not easily reduced to a fixed process. At the same time, inclusive innovation has been the gateway to many successful ventures and solutions at the BoP, and the need for it is growing.

The IBA Inclusive Innovation toolkit captures the experiences, insights, methods and tips from experienced practitioners, and translate them into concrete tools for use in various phases of the innovation process.

The main contributors to this toolkit include SEED, BoP Innovation CenterSNVIB SwedenEndeva, and TU Delft.

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