Local Act (Serbia)

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Local Act (Serbia)

  1. 1. 10 YEARS of LocalAct Citizen Act XV April 2021Le Defanse, France
  2. 2. Content1 Situation in 20112 Local Act and SocGen Today3 How Local Act works4 The Website5 Beginnings of Local Act6 Business plan7 Conclusion
  3. 3. Back in 2011
  4. 4. The Year 2021
  5. 5. Introduction How it works Website Beginnings Business Plan Conclusion Local Act Today the main tool for all citizen projects and actions Societe Generale bank bank of trust that cares and helps our family and community
  6. 6. Introduction How it works Website Beginnings Business Plan Conclusion Issue Project Citizen action Initiative How it works Community board consideration SocGen Foundation Additional Execution consideration Criteria today Acceptance Documentation Volunteers Donations Deposits Execution
  7. 7. What is theinterest for the bank?
  8. 8. DEPOSITSSocGen VOLUNTEERS INVOLVMENT SPREADING TEAM SPIRIT CONNECTION WITH NGO’s NEW CLIENTS USER BASE
  9. 9. Introduction How it works Website Beginnings Business Plan Conclusion Features of the website Active projects Issues discussions Community newsletter Commitment E-learning Newsletter SG products and services
  10. 10. Let’s see how it started
  11. 11. Introduction How it works Website Beginnings Business Plan Conclusion Implementation steps Team development Foundation development Website development NGO conference Community board establishing Web site launching Active promotion Further development of E-learning materials Local act seminars
  12. 12. Introduction How it works Website Beginnings Business Plan Conclusion 7 months continue Pre Launch phase Post Launch phase Focus: NGOs Focus: Citizens Direct promotion – Contacting NGO Officials Target group: 15-65 Internet promotion – NGO portals NGO Conference Word-of-mouth SocGen Branches Viral marketing Internet promotion - Paid Seeding marketing strategy: Use influential group to gain publicity among other groups
  13. 13. Introduction How it works Website Beginnings Business Plan Conclusion Financial Resources Financial Recourses Amount Notes Website development* 20.000€ Pre - launch Phase *Website development costs are one time globally, same website NGO Conference Promotion 2.500€ Pre - launch Phase will be replicated everywhere with NGO Conference 10.000€ Pre – launch Phase minor adaptations. Pre Launch Phase total 32.500€ One time Internet Promotion 3.000€ Post – Launch Phase Printed Materials 2.000€ Post - Launch Phase Community board Materials 2.000€ Post - Launch Phase Website Maintenance 2.000€ Post - Launch Phase Post Launch Phase total 9.000€ Per year Human Resources Human Recourses Notes Required number of people Team that will set up whole project. This team Local Act Team will eventually transform into Foundation. 5 All Figures Consists of SocGen employees and volunteers. are projected Foundation Leading officials are full time employed. 2 full time + 5 volunteers on the Every community will have assigned board that example of will be governing body for local projects. This Community boards board consists of NGO activists, proactive citizens 5-10 per community Serbia. and SocGen volunteers. They are volunteers from SocGen and they are Trainers assigned to develop E-learning materials and train 5 people on seminars. Total 25
  14. 14. DEPOSITSSocGen VOLUNTEERS INVOLVMENT SPREADING TEAM SPIRIT LOYALTY CONNECTION WITH NGO’s NEW CLIENTS USER BASE
  15. 15. But. It’s not 2021There is no LocalAct
  16. 16. There is no online system for citizen action
  17. 17. ‘’Inventing responsible practices for the bank of the future’’
  18. 18. Are you the Bank of the Future?
  19. 19. Thank you for your attention

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