A business opportunity that will change the lives of millions
Cash is king in last-mile value chains. This creates a big risk and a huge administrative burden. A switch to digital financial inclusion can lighten the load for companies, distributors and retailers serving low-income consumers. Through financial inclusion serving these last-mile consumers will become more affordable.
With retailers and last-mile sales agents having access to digital financial solutions, they will also make it easier for consumers to access similar products and services. This can include for example digital payments, credit and insurance.
We also look at the gender finance gap and finance available for women-led enterprises. Addressing this crucial barrier will unlock the potential of many companies that bring beneficial products to our target group.
How we go about Financial Inclusion
We work with partners to develop financial products that support demand for beneficial products and services in low-income markets.
We ensure usage and adoption of digital financial solutions among retailers and other essential value chain actors.
Inclusive Business Empowerment
We enhance financial literacy and understanding of new financial products and services that are introduced.
Our work on Financial Inclusion
2SCALE - Access to Finance in Agribusiness Partnerships
Paper by Bopinc and 2SCALE partners
Fintech Challenge Myanmar interview
One of a series of expert interviews by Bopinc, for The Dana Facility
The Role of Ecosystem Enablers in Financial Inclusion
A summary of panel discussions and insights based on the experiences of Zoona and Innovectives.
Explore Financial Inclusion with us
We’re looking for companies that are keen to explore what financial inclusion could mean to their business. A few project ideas we are eager to pick up.
Streamline cash flow at last-mile
Effective cash-in-cash-out models at the last-mile.
One-stop shop for merchants
Platform offering one-stop shop basket of financial solutions to merchants.
Merchants as branches
Equipping merchants as bank branches’ at the last-mile.