This report outlines the importance and promise of serving low- and lower-middle-income (LMI) populations -- essentially, the groups situated between the very bottom of the pyramid and the existing middle class. As we detail herein, LMI populations have huge unmet needs and face quite a bit of instability -- challenges that can be addressed by innovative business models. We believe companies serving this demographic represent an under-tapped opportunity, both for financial returns and for outsized impact. The LMI segment represents a major market opportunity. For example, in Latin America and the Caribbean, the purchasing power of the LMI population is estimated at $405B. In South Asia, it is estimated at $483B.
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Title:: Frontier Capital: Early Stage Investing for Financial Returns and Social Impact in Emerging Markets
Publication date: 2015-10-05
Publication Year: 2015 Matt Bannick
, Paula Goldman
, Michael Kubzansky
, business models
, mixed income
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