Exploring the poverty premium

Fri, 16 Oct 2020

9:30 - 12:00

Online

Low income consumers in the UK face several disadvantages in the marketplace. Understanding this issue can support service providers, businesses and policymakers to identify changes in policy and practice that can help mitigate the impact of the poverty premium, minimising the risk of debt and financial hardship among people on low incomes.

Attendees on this half day course will be able to better understand the poverty premium, the way it affects customers, clients and consumers and how they can amend and ‘poverty proof’ their practices.

Who is the event for:

Service providers, policy makers, companies selling goods and services and others who wish to better understand the
disadvantages facing low income consumers in the market and how to address them. Attendees on this half day course
will be able to better understand the poverty premium, the way it affects customers, clients and consumers and how they
can amend and ‘poverty proof’ their practices. Decision makers will be able to consider how policy changes can help
mitigate the impact of the poverty premium, helping to minimise the risk of debt and financial hardship.

£46 - £95

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