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Inclusive business (IB) and related approaches such as social entrepreneurship are high on the agenda of many public and private organisations working on issues of development and poverty reduction. However, it would seem that the community of people who work on inclusive business models remains largely separated from the broader, private-sector development community, with little communication or interaction occurring between the two, let alone integration. This paper examines the question of how instruments for promoting inclusive business models can be integrated into private sector development (PSD) programmes. It explores this with reference to the work of the German technical cooperation.