Innovation and Impact in Real Markets  

Market Innovation for Sustainability and Inclusion

We Have the Power to Impact Our Future, and We’re Doing Something About It

Institutional Voids, as defined by Harvard professor Tarun Khanna referring especially to Emerging Markets, are gaps that exist in specific markets that hinder interactions that efficiently connect buyers and sellers.

Institutional voids come in a variety of forms and can be found in the three major markets of an economy: product, labor, and capital.

We consider Market Voids Innovation as creation of solutions to solve institutional voids in a market that obstacle positive impact, meant as sustainable social and environmental development. This is related to common Innovation for sustainable impact, meant as creation of solutions to solve painpoints in the market in a sustainable in inclusive way.

FOOD SECURITY and SUSTAINABLE FARMING

Institutional Voids in agriculture and food production obstacle food security and economic inclusion in developing countries. Both technology and socioeconomic innovation is needed to secure healthy food for all in a sustainable way.

GREEN ECONOMY AND JOB CREATION

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CORRUPTION

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Start ups and small company in big projects

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