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Are you working to expand quality financial services access? The 2018 Harvard Business School – Accion Program on Strategic Leadership in Inclusive Finance is accepting applications for what will be another exceptional week of learning and exchange among world leaders in financial inclusion. The program will take place March 25-30, 2018 at the HBS campus in Boston, Massachusetts. We hope you’ll join us!

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December 31st is the first application deadline for the 2013 Harvard Business School-Accion Program on Strategic Leadership for Microfinance.

The Program – the world’s first education course to provide high-level management and leadership training for those shaping the microfinance industry – will be held April 1-6 at the HBS campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. As in previous years, the course will employ the HBS-pioneered case method approach in which participants work through real-life situations and decisions while exploring the key issues shaping financial inclusion.

Past Program participants encompass an array of financial inclusion leaders, including executives from microfinance institutions to conventional commercial banks and policymakers. Here’s what a few of them have said about their experiences with the Program:

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