WaterHealth International: Providing Safe Drinking Water to the Bottom of the Pyramid Consumers (Abridged)
The case is structured to achieve the following teaching objectives:
- Understand the issues and challenges in starting a social enterprise and managing growth.
- Understand and explore ways in which a social entrepreneur can build a sustainable business in developing and emerging markets - especially with respect to serving the BoP population - while addressing some of the most pressing issues confronting the global community.
- Study WaterHealth International's business model compare and contrast it with other existing models being employed in the safe water sector, and explore ways in which it can be made more effective and sustainable.
- Study the challenges faced by WHI and explore ways in which the venture can be scaled up further.
|About Waterhealth International|
|Creating A Sustainable Business Model|
|Whi's Worldwide Operations|
Entrepreneurship, Social entrepreneurship, Bottom of the pyramid, Business model, Revenue model, Operations, Social marketing, Safe water, Water purification systems, Community Water Systems, Ashok Gadgil, Tralance Addy, WaterHealth International