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Sarah White Graham Gardner Isaac Buwembo M. Paula Navia
CIVIL Labs | OAKLAND
space to experiment
“The biggest
barrier to a new
food business is
finding and keeping
a commercial
kitchen.”
Patricia Kline (iPie)
10 commercial kitchens
creating space
to experiment
10,000 sf
( $4/SF )
A new kitchen
option
limited
capacity
very high
investment
OR
SHared own
hourly rental +1 yr to build
A new kitchen
option
SHared own
flexible
affordable
2-5 yr lease
limited
capacity
very high
investment
hourly rental +1 yr...
economies
of scale
collective permitting
centralized systems
buildout + equipment costs
creating space
to experiment
civil labs
learning
kitchen
commercial kitchens
civil labs
learning
kitchen
creative
experiments
work
experience
leadership
+ maturity
creating space
to experiment
community
Outcomes
entrepreneurs
flex labor
+ network
local youth
work opportunity
+ mentorship
City of
Oakland
economic
r...
strategic sources
of capital
$2.23 M
$1.59 M
GRANTS
SPONSORSHIPS
IN-KIND
DONATIONS
$320,000 / YEAR
operations
build
revenu...
growing from
existing networks
Local Food
Influencers
DMBA
community
Food
Entrepreneurs
(Detroit & Bay
Area)
Impact HUB
Oa...
civil labs
road map
year 1 2 3 4 5
FUND BUILD Open Scale EXPAND
TODAY
3000individual
participants
$435,000
Cashreserves
$1...
Lisa L. - Founder of Sister Pie
“I’m invested in seeing it come to life.”
Sophia Chang - Founder of Kitchener
“It sounds i...
the
appendix
IMAGERY FROM BERKELEY
KITCHENS AND UNION KITCHEN DC
civil labs
road map
year 1 2 3 4 5
milestones
Youth
Entrepreneurs
Participants
Opp. Revenue
Opp. Expenses
Opp. Assets
Cash...
strategic sources
of capital
$2.23 M
$1.59 M
91% sponsorship
+ donations
9% in-kind donations
36% rental fees
28% sponsors...
a business model
for social impact
the engine the platform
+
COMMERCIAL
KITCHEN SPACE
FOR RENT
long-term leases (80%)
hour...
WHAT MAKES CIVIL
LABS A DESTINATION
“The biggest barrier to a
food business is finding
and keeping a commercial
kitchen.” ...
WHAT MAKES CIVIL
labs important
Providing new
perspectives and
tools for youth to
rewrite their
own narratives
1/3 oakland...
creating value
through community
Partner
BUSINESSES
sponsorship
investment
channels
The city
of oakland
resources
space su...
a proven
model
potential
community
Space +
resources
CIVIL Labs
Food Entrepreneurs
+ Youth
HUB Oakland
Social Entrepreneurs
learning
kitchen
creating space
to experiment
OAKLAND
YOUTH
placement
assistance:
•	 creativity through experimentation
•	...
sources for
start-up capital
FOUNDATIONS
AND GRANTS
IN KIND
DONATIONS
GOVERNMENT
SUBSIDY
CORPORATE
SPONSORSHIPS
creating value
through community
SALES + marketing
opportunities
better career
opportunities
learning kitchen
8 dedicated ...
silicon valley
mba alumni community
hub oakland network
analogous
models
COMMUNITY AS THE REAL VALUE
relationships generat...
SMALL BATCH
+ CONTRACTS
EDUCATION
NEED FOR
INCOME
SCALE +
SUSTAIN
CAREER
PROGRESSION
a good early,
work experience is
tran...
where we
fit in
KARAH
GRACE
PRODUCT
TESTING
home kitchen
SMALL BATCH
+ CONTRACTS
shared kitchen
EDUCATION
highschool
NEED ...
" accelerator meets community kitchen "
COMBINGING
THREE MODELS
FOOD
ACCLERATOR
YOUTH
ENTREPRENEUR
TRAINING
COMMUNITY
PROG...
CIVIL LABS	
BUSINESS MODEL
SPACE RENTAL PROGRAMMING CIVIL LABS
BRAND
$$$ RENT
$$ MEMBERSHIP FEES
potential for additional
...
benefits of
investing
ENTREP.
YOUTH
PASSION DRIVEN BUSINESS
constrained ability to grow
personal growth
leadership experie...
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CIVIL Labs is a not-for-profit dedicated to building inclusive communities through the business of food. Converting unused industrial space into commercial kitchens, we address a pressing market need for food production space while creating a community asset that supports business growth and transforms lives. Revenues from leasing the kitchen units subsidize a unique food entrepreneurship fellowship for underserved youth. Our vision is to become the heart of food entrepreneurship in cities across the country, starting in Oakland.

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  1. 1. Sarah White Graham Gardner Isaac Buwembo M. Paula Navia CIVIL Labs | OAKLAND space to experiment
  2. 2. “The biggest barrier to a new food business is finding and keeping a commercial kitchen.” Patricia Kline (iPie)
  3. 3. 10 commercial kitchens creating space to experiment 10,000 sf ( $4/SF )
  4. 4. A new kitchen option limited capacity very high investment OR SHared own hourly rental +1 yr to build
  5. 5. A new kitchen option SHared own flexible affordable 2-5 yr lease limited capacity very high investment hourly rental +1 yr to build
  6. 6. economies of scale collective permitting centralized systems buildout + equipment costs
  7. 7. creating space to experiment civil labs learning kitchen commercial kitchens
  8. 8. civil labs learning kitchen creative experiments work experience leadership + maturity creating space to experiment
  9. 9. community Outcomes entrepreneurs flex labor + network local youth work opportunity + mentorship City of Oakland economic resilience
  10. 10. strategic sources of capital $2.23 M $1.59 M GRANTS SPONSORSHIPS IN-KIND DONATIONS $320,000 / YEAR operations build revenues from rentable space community programming Sources5 year budget
  11. 11. growing from existing networks Local Food Influencers DMBA community Food Entrepreneurs (Detroit & Bay Area) Impact HUB Oakland Kitchener Oakland Isaac Business Dev. Lead Paula Marketing Lead Graham Impact Lead Sarah Experience/Design Lead Property Developers
  12. 12. civil labs road map year 1 2 3 4 5 FUND BUILD Open Scale EXPAND TODAY 3000individual participants $435,000 Cashreserves $100K
  13. 13. Lisa L. - Founder of Sister Pie “I’m invested in seeing it come to life.” Sophia Chang - Founder of Kitchener “It sounds incredible! ...the number one thing going against a food entrepreneur right now is lack of affordable kitchen space.” “This project is very promising.” Dan Graf - Baron Baking CIVIL Labs | OAKLAND a food entrepreneurship experiment
  14. 14. the appendix
  15. 15. IMAGERY FROM BERKELEY KITCHENS AND UNION KITCHEN DC
  16. 16. civil labs road map year 1 2 3 4 5 milestones Youth Entrepreneurs Participants Opp. Revenue Opp. Expenses Opp. Assets Cash Balance 15 --- --- $205,000 $90,500 $50,200 $715,200 30 --- --- $205,000 $197,500 $7,500 $13,400 45 60 840 $755,700 $547,800 $208,000 $221,344 60 60 840 $754,00 $584,500 $169,400 $390,700 60 60 840 $792,500 $749,500 $43,000 $434,000 Build Network Raise Capital Prototype Youth Program Secure Space Build Out Space Start Youth Program Open Space Prototype Fellowships Initiate Community Workshops Scale Youth Fellowships Scale Workshops Develop CIVIL Brand Plan National Expansion
  17. 17. strategic sources of capital $2.23 M $1.59 M 91% sponsorship + donations 9% in-kind donations 36% rental fees 28% sponsorship 17% donations 19% grants government/foundations annual campaigns our space sources Wells Fargo Google JP Morgan Chase & Co Bank of America Foundation Pacific Gas & Electric Newman’s Own Foundation GE LG Corp. Kitchenaid 5 year budget operations build
  18. 18. a business model for social impact the engine the platform + COMMERCIAL KITCHEN SPACE FOR RENT long-term leases (80%) hourly rentals (20%) + workshops YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMMING grants & corporate sponsorships CIVIL BRAND sales revenue the warchest
  19. 19. WHAT MAKES CIVIL LABS A DESTINATION “The biggest barrier to a food business is finding and keeping a commercial kitchen.” Patricia Kline (iPie) High demand space 50 entrepreneur waiting list for 70 spots. (Kitchener) 3/4 of the nation consume local foods more than once a month $350Mcapital invested into Food & Beverage in 2013
  20. 20. WHAT MAKES CIVIL labs important Providing new perspectives and tools for youth to rewrite their own narratives 1/3 oakland youth living in poverty (2010) HIGH YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 36% for 16-19 years old in Alameda County (2013) 50% for African American youth in East Oakland (2011) sources: Report by the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth Report by the Brookings Institution
  21. 21. creating value through community Partner BUSINESSES sponsorship investment channels The city of oakland resources space subsidy partnerships youth Fellows flexible employment community connection inspiration food entrepreneurs flexible employees mentorship opportunities inspiration
  22. 22. a proven model potential community Space + resources CIVIL Labs Food Entrepreneurs + Youth HUB Oakland Social Entrepreneurs
  23. 23. learning kitchen creating space to experiment OAKLAND YOUTH placement assistance: • creativity through experimentation • valuable work experience • leadership and life skills • ages 16-24 • in school or recent grad • high potential internships college apprenticeships entrepreneurship jobs
  24. 24. sources for start-up capital FOUNDATIONS AND GRANTS IN KIND DONATIONS GOVERNMENT SUBSIDY CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS
  25. 25. creating value through community SALES + marketing opportunities better career opportunities learning kitchen 8 dedicated kitchens 1 shared kitchen
  26. 26. silicon valley mba alumni community hub oakland network analogous models COMMUNITY AS THE REAL VALUE relationships generate the real value of silicon valley “all the right resources in all the right places” the network has value beyond the degree is replicating across america the value is in the serendipitous encounters made possible by the community and alumni network
  27. 27. SMALL BATCH + CONTRACTS EDUCATION NEED FOR INCOME SCALE + SUSTAIN CAREER PROGRESSION a good early, work experience is transformative for underprivileged youth unmet market need for affordable long- term commercial kitchen space BARRIERS TO GROWTH PRODUCT TESTING KARAH GRACE
  28. 28. where we fit in KARAH GRACE PRODUCT TESTING home kitchen SMALL BATCH + CONTRACTS shared kitchen EDUCATION highschool NEED FOR INCOME food service job SCALE + SUSTAIN own space CAREER PROGRESSION college/job
  29. 29. " accelerator meets community kitchen " COMBINGING THREE MODELS FOOD ACCLERATOR YOUTH ENTREPRENEUR TRAINING COMMUNITY PROGRAMMING + EDUCATION PHYSICAL SPACE: response to entrepreneurial need for flexible, dedicated space for more robust business development SUPPORT: opportunity to offer turnkey solutions for artisans to concentrate on craft and innovation INSPIRATION: xxxxxx WORK: wage/stipend for assisting with/participating.... LEARN: life-skills based workshops and... INSPIRATION: for future career progression.... XXXXXX: leveraging relationships from within the community through fee-based workshops/classes, curated events, and partner sponsorships. better for you food businesses + potential of disenfranchised youth
  30. 30. CIVIL LABS BUSINESS MODEL SPACE RENTAL PROGRAMMING CIVIL LABS BRAND $$$ RENT $$ MEMBERSHIP FEES potential for additional service fees PREDICTABLE CASHFLOW XX% LONG TERM LEASE XX% MEMBERS $$ GRANTS $$$ CORPORATE SPONS. youth programming subsized $$ FEES/TUITION classes/workshops based on sliding scale for broader community $$$ SALES REVENUE local product co-development better for you snacks NON PROFIT +
  31. 31. benefits of investing ENTREP. YOUTH PASSION DRIVEN BUSINESS constrained ability to grow personal growth leadership experiences work opportunities BEFORE NARROW CAREER PERSPECTIVE limiting opportunities AFTER stability/flexibility independence inspiration unlock economic potential + community resilience
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