Looking Beyond Credit
Business development services and the promotion of innovation among small producers
In recent years, credit has become the predominant form of support to small producers, while other forms of business development services have diminished. Looking Beyond Credit assesses the need for targeted business development services other than finance, their growing importance among small producers and how they can work in tandem with credit schemes.
Jonathan Dawson is a consultant specializing in small enterprise development
Andy Jeans, trained and experienced in mechanical engineering, has worked in small enterprise development, mainly in Africa and South Asia.
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