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Meet the Practitioner
SEEP Meet the Practitioner is a forum designed to connect enterprise development and microfinance practitioners with a variety of audiences and stakeholders interested in learning about successful field practices and innovations, new resources, tools and ideas. SEEP facilitates these exchanges in a variety of ways, such as interviews and Q&A sessions, on-line events, trainings and workshops at the Annual Conference.
On April 9, Aban Haq, Chief Operating Officer of the Pakistan Microfinance Network and Jesse Fripp, Vice President of Shorebank International reflect on savings in Pakistan and shared insights into the essential factors for successful deposit mobilization, talking to one another and answering questions from the audience.
On March 28, 2013, Guy Stuart, Executive Director of Microfinance Opportunities, provided feedback on the recently released Savings as a Cornerstone, a report on the state of practice in savings mobilization for the poor in developing countries. Sharon D’Onofrio, Executive Director of SEEP, interviewed him on the current state of savings.
Yibin Chu, Program Manager of the Value Initiative, sat down with Nicardo Neil, part of SEEP's Jamaica partner the Competitiveness Company to discuss the impact of the intiative and the future of the Competitiveness Company.
On July 12, 2012, the technical track leaders for the upcoming 2012 Annual Conference held a virtual chat to talk about what they're most excited to talk about during the conference. Watch below!
SEEP's first Meet the Practitioner event took place on June 19, 2012, as Lisa Kuhn Fraioli, author of Gender Policy and Practice: Self-Assessments of Microfinance and Enterprise Development Organizations in Latin America, held a virtual event to answer questions about the report.