In 2016 PhD researcher Saskia Vossenberg travelled to Malawi to collect stories of female entrepreneurs who use technological innovations to grow their businesses. She investigated why and how these women use technological innovation; do they benefit from it? How does it affect their lives and businesses and contribute to inclusive development? In this final blog she analyses her data and makes some suggestions for policymakers: Are we targeting the right group? And with the right interventions? What matters are interventions that enable processes and outcomes of empowerment and improved well-being, beyond an increase of income and assets.