Social Innovation

Small and growing businesses make the biggest impact on economies, and they need more support

As populations grow, hundreds of millions of jobs will need to be created in sub-Saharan Africa alone. Image: Unsplash

Austin Mwape

Board Chairperson, Absa Bank Zambia Plc and National Advisory Board for Impact Investment Zambia

Hamdiya Ismaila

General Manager, Ghana Venture Capital Trust Fund

Diana Guzman

Head, Sustainable Development Investment Partnership, World Economic Forum

Drew von Glahn

Executive Director, Collaborative for Frontier Finance

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