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  • Entrepreneur Business Entrepreneur Social Entrepreneur !!
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  • Social Entrepreneur Who ? Where ? How ? What ? Why ? When? Recognize social problem Using blend value Make more than profit Create social value Make social change PRIVATE PUBLICVOLUNTARY SE
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  • Why we have to invest in Corporate Social Entrepreneurship? Push Factors Things you must do Because it can prevent Damage Bad business can be Bad for business Should large companies be held responsible for improving education and skills in communities where they operate? Should large companies be held responsible for helping solve social problems like crime, poverty, and lack of education?
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  • Why we have to invest in Corporate Social Entrepreneurship? Push Factors Inspiration of entrepreneur Ex. Make more sale Should large companies be held responsible for ensuring that it supplies have been produced in a socially and environmentally responsible manner? I would be likely to switch brands to one associated with a good case, if price and quality are similar
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  • Why we have to invest in Corporate Social Entrepreneurship? Price premium: I would pay 10 per cent more for a product that was produced in a socially and environmentally responsible way Competitive advantage: A companys commitment to social issues is important when I decide
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  • Type of Model 1.Embedded Entrepreneur Support Model Market Intermediary Model Employment Model Fee-For-Service Model Social Programs Enterprise activities Asian Institute in Technology in Philippines Digital Divide Data in Cambodia BookShare.org-Benetech Pro Mujer microfinance for women
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  • 2.Integrated Market Linkage Model Phyto Trade Africa in Southern Africa Social Programs Enterprise activities Type of Model Service Subsidization Model ANCA in Brazil
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  • 3.External Organization Support Model Para la Salud health organization in Guatemala Social Programs Enterprise activities Type of Model $$
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  • Combining Model Enhancing Model Complex Model Mixed Model Franchise Model Private-Not-for-Profit Partnership Model Type of Model
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  • SE Lab What are they doing in SE Lab ? What is SE Lab and Harvard University Stanford University Social Entrepreneurship has become a study course in leading universities. Such universities include Harvard, Yale, Duke, John Hopkins, Oxford and Stanford Case study Learn how to solve social problem step by step Implication Theory Make Social business plan for competition Inspire & Develop new generation to be a social entrepreneur
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  • Problem Conceptual issuesFunding pressures Internal organization factors External context You have to clearly how to improve a big plan. Doing step by step. Teamwork Field work & Management Organization chart Pressure from donor both Institute and Public (how you effectively use their money) Funding & Effectiveness Regulation Academic & Operation !!!!!!
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  • New Model Traditional patternMarket based pattern Define the problem Create value proposition Invite application Seek out partners Mitigate risk Tolerate risk Fund the programme or project Fund core operation and capacity Emphasize grant transaction Emphasize relationship Vest accountability in grantee Share accountability Strive for clarity, consistency Strive for flexibility, responsiveness