IPLC Women Entrepreneurs, their traditional knowledge and leadership styles are put in the spotlight. We look at entrepreneurship, NTFP enterprises and women supporting other women from their perspectives. Finally, we extend the discussion on issues and gender in the CBNE beyond women’s circle by bringing men into the conversation.
The session will tackle four key strategies to scaling CBNEs: (1) Engaging with Entrepreneurs (2) Finding the right financing match (3) Leapfrogging with technology and (4) Tapping the power of Consumer Groups. The session will invite actors in the different sector to reflect on their potential role and contribution in scaling and securing success of CBNEs as well as share tips and strategies on how CBNEs can successfully engage with them.
This session is for organizations and community groups who are thinking of setting up or supporting a community-based enterprise but do not know where to start. From things to consider to steps to take, find out through this conversation.
Enterprises that succeed are those that know how to adapt to change. In this master class, CBNEs hear from experienced CBNEs on how they are managing to continue their business in this pandemic and in the face of a fast-changing environment. The experts discuss marketing in the pandemic, technologies they have to learn quickly and how they are adapting to the effects of climate change on their resources and business.
In this master class, the Asian Farmers Association shares their expertise built over years of experience in developing business plans and proposals as well as consolidating small individual groups into stronger collectives and networks to access credit, funding and other support needed by community-based enterprises from various stakeholders.