Affordability — Beyond the Buzzword

  1. First, as impact investors (like CDC), many of whom make investment decisions based (at least in part) on whether we are improving the affordability of products and services for poorer segments of society.
  2. Second, as businesses (especially those operating in low income markets) — for whom it drives the adoption of products and services by consumers, as well as shaping their development, and defining how they are distributed.
Market outside Abuja, Nigeria (Photo: Katharina Neureiter)

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