Bottom of the Pyramid Series

While many businesses have entered and been successful at helping the world’s poor, the poorest of the poor, often dubbed the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP), present unique challenges to businesses hoping to carve out a niche. Entering—and staying viable within—this market isn’t easy. Often, it involves completely reinventing the wheel.

These posts from Beyond Profit and Triple Pundit that will explore innovative business models aimed at tapping the bottom of the pyramid (BoP) market.

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  • Monsanto, Roundup, glyphosate, USDA, EPA, WHO, IARC, cancer, Leon Kaye,
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  • Elvia Almachi, 32, holds a bundle of recently harvested Fair Trade-certified roses. Elvia has been working at Agrogana for 12 years, and has been part of the Fair Trade committee. She has two daughters, 9 and 12. Elvia and her husband Luis Alberto Villegas, also an Agrogana employee, both participate in the weekend adult school program paid by the Fair Trade Premium.
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  • BP gas station
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  • Volvo, sustainability, fuel efficiency, hybrid, alternative fuels, electric hybrid bus, Climate Savers Program, CDP, Leon Kaye
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