The presentation is about frugal innovation. Its about how innovators can innovate their product to serve the volume markets. One challenge is how high value and high margin brands create products for volume markets and low margin markets. The presentation reduces the complexity of the concept and dwells on the discussion on brand innovation and brand translation in frugal markets. Typically firms operating in frugal markets end up positioning themselves as poor mans product, thus labeling an individual are poor. This strategy can backfire, on the other hand using unethical methods of marketing products to marginal markets can stigmatice the whole industry. Thus product developers have to be critical and thoughtful while innovating for low margin markets. One fine example for frugal innovation is Life-boy soap and Nirma washing powder.