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Forbes | Societal Platform Thinking

In India, a group of innovative strategic entrepreneurs and philanthropists — among them the co-founder of Infosys — are piloting an ambitious approach: Societal Platforms are open digital co-creation networks that aim to close the access gap for billions of people in poverty across fields such as education, financial services or healthcare. Konstanze Frischen of Ashoka caught up with Sanjay Purohit, Societal Platform’s Chief Curator, to learn more about the group’s strategy and the how-to’s of catalyzing impact at scale.

This conversation is a part of Ashoka’s series on innovation in technology, published in Forbes.

Read the full article here.

This article is published in Forbes.