Reaching those in need within 72 hours of a crisis with life-saving assistance is achievable. By prepositioning programs ahead of emergencies, humanitarian agencies can deliver high-impact aid without compromising on speed.
As part of its Ready to Respond: Cash Preparedness Learning Series, the IRC invites you to two webinars sharing new knowledge and tools needed to effectively preposition cash relief programs ahead of crises. These webinars follow the learning series launch event, Meeting the Demand for Electronic Payments in Humanitarian Response co-hosted by the IRC and UNCDF in New York on July 22nd.
Webinar begins at 9:00am EST.
Consumer data is a hot-button issue: Who owns it? What can it be used for? How should it be protected? While the industry is beginning to coalesce around some key basic principles, many questions remain. In this webinar, we will discuss the issues and talk about possible paths forward.Webinar begins at 1:00PM EST.
Last we reported, Americans spent $138 billion to borrow, save, and plan. The market was projected to grow another 6.8% to a startling $147 billion. What will our sixth annual Market Size report reveal?
Join us as we explore the latest data on the financially underserved market size.
You will walk away with the latest in:
-Market data on consumer spending.
-Current trends and drivers shaping the current financial services landscape.
-Consumer spending on emerging financial products.
Webinar begins at 1:00pm EST.
This webinar is an opportunity for financial capability practitioners to learn more about the growing world of FinTech and how products are vetted to ensure they meet the needs of our most vulnerable consumers. During the webinar, we’ll hear from some of the entrepreneurial startups and nonprofit winners of the 2016 Financial Solutions Lab, managed by the Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) with founding partner JPMorgan Chase & Co., and identify ways that practitioners can connect consumers with FinTech solutions that improve their overall financial health.
Webinar begins at 2:00pm.
This webinar will illuminate case studies of how different provider types have approached consumer financial health. Hear how they’ve built momentum internally, forged partnerships, and implemented tools and measures. Webinar participants will come away with insights into galvanizing support around financial health efforts, an understanding of what large banks, credit unions, and third-party providers share in common when putting finhealth plans into action and essons learned in improving consumer outcomes
Webinar begins at 12:00pm.
Student demand for more class sessions and full courses on BoP enterprise, inclusive business, and social impact is a growing trend across universities and colleges. Teaching at the intersection of business development and poverty alleviation, however, requires enabling students to understand the opportunities and challenges in aligning growth, innovation and impact in a unique market context.
In this webinar, London will share his experiences in incorporating BoP content into one or more sessions within an existing class, or into an entire semester-long course. Leveraging material from his latest book, The Base of the Pyramid Promise, as well as topic-appropriate case studies, London will offer techniques, strategies, and lessons learned to enhance effectiveness in teaching this important and demanding topic.
Webinar begins at 12:00pm.
Personal information has been exposed like never before. According to Aite Group, 477 million records were compromised in data breaches in 2015. It is the perfect storm for new account fraud to thrive. The growing availability of consumer data contributing to application fraud is attributed in part to the migration to EMV, which will likely drive further increases in application fraud.
As Financial Institutions continue to foster financial inclusion, shift applications to digital channels, and optimize the customer experience, mitigating new account fraud is a top concern in what is often a faceless environment. Risk decision-makers at financial institutions should join this webinar on risk management strategies to counter rising new account fraud.
Webinar will take place at 1:00pm.
This webinar discussion with Ted London, Vice President and Senior Research Fellow for The William Davidson Institute’s Scaling Impact Initiative, highlights findings from Partnering for Scale: Collaborating to More Effectively Engage Smallholder Farmers.
The webinar is part of a series, ‘Building Sustainable, Scalable Inclusive Businesses’ presented by the Inclusive Business Action Network (IBAN), the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), and The William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan (WDI). Note: WDI is the parent organization of NextBillion.