Business plan development is part of the feasibility phase of the CIC process. During this phase, infoDev conducts a feasibility analysis via an in-country multi-stakeholder engagement process and sector mapping exercise of the climate innovation landscape. In collaboration with these local stakeholders and as the output of an 8-month market analysis process, the business plans determine a practical strategy to address the barriers impeding developing countries from the successful commercialization of climate technologies. Supporting the industry enables the countries to create sustainable green jobs, deliver economic growth and respond to the challenges posed by climate change.
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Climate Innovation Center Business Plan: Ethiopia. An infoDev publication, February 2012. Available at: www.infodev.org/climate