Information is arguably the most important tool that is needed to ensure a rising income for rural communities. What to grow, when to sell it, and at what price becomes essential knowledge to ensure that farmers retain a fair share of the crop value. Similarly traditional crafts require reasonable access to markets, in a structured manner. Intermediaries can play a role in the delivery chain, but when they are the sole arbiters of price, forcing producer acceptance, they perpetuate poverty. Matching requirements can mean the supply of a surplus to an area of need within a localised area, saving on transport costs and wholesaler margins. Bandway is the delivery medium for the information that will increase income generating activities in remote areas, and contribute to greater margin retention by the producer.