considers a number of variations on the distinct roles of facilitator and BDS provider that are proving to be successful in promoting BDS market development. She also discusses the challenges of working
with 'embedded services', new ways of providing BDS to poorer microenterprises, the importance of seeing BDS within larger agenda, such as trade capacity building, and the challenge of getting governments
to co-operate in BDS market-building.
The market development approach to SMME development: Implications for local government in South Africa
Rogerson, Christian M.
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