Session 9. Corporate and Social Entrepreneurship Prof. Dr. Bernhard Katzy Winter 2011
Entrepreneurship Prof. Dr. Bernhard Katzy 14/03/2011 Entrepreneurship and Opportunity Recognition Transformation and Entrepreneurship Theories of Entrepreneurship Corporate and Social Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship
The Academy aims to promote social innovation through entrepreneurial thinking and action.
The already existing activities in the field of social entrepreneurship should be bundled and on that basis reach new target groups through joint activities with other formats.
Three areas "Motivation & Training", “Start-up support”, and “Network & Partners"
Social Entrepreneurship/4 Examples Prof. Dr. B. Katzy 14/03/2011
Social Entrepreneurship/4 Examples Prof. Dr. B. Katzy 14/03/2011 Areas of the SE-Academy – Overview Development of project ideas for marketable & sustainable concepts Motivation & Training Start-up Support Networks
Certificate Programme "Social innovation“
Establishment and development of a community with a focus on "social innovation”
Start-up advice at all stages
Mentoring by external superviso rs
Profitable exchange of all target groups Knowledge & expertise transfer
No legal instrument between borrows and Grameen Bank, the system operates on trust
Grameen Bank Data Series 2007-2009 (Million USD)
Social Entrepreneurship/4 Examples Prof. Dr. B. Katzy 14/03/2011 [http://www.grameen.com] Performance Indicator 2007 2008 2009 Cumulative Disbursement (All Loans) 6685.51 7591.32 8741.86 Housing Loan Disbursement During the Year 1.4 2.21 2.43 Total Deposits (Balance) 756.61 933.89 1200.49 Number of Members 7411229 7670203 7970616 Percentage of Female Members 97 97 97 Number of Villages covered 80678 83566 83458 Number of Branches 2481 2539 2562 Profit/Loss (For the Year) 1.56 18.99 5.38
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