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A note on social innovation using technology in Indonesia

A note on social innovation using technology in Indonesia

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    • http://www.lusic.se/about/what-is-social-innovation/
    • Taken from http://www.slideshare.net/xmergnc/social-enterprise-planning-guide
    • http://socinnovation.wordpress.com/2010/11/01/social-problems-innovation/
    • http://ruma.co.id
    • Aldi Haryopratomo is the CEO and co-founder of Ruma.co.id, a social enterprise that recruits and trains thousands of low-income entrepreneurs to provide services to their communities through a phone or android device. The majority of the entrepreneurs are small shops and the services that they provide include prepaid airtime, electricity payments, Nielsen-like market intelligence service, blue collar jobs information, and other value added services. After winning numerous awards such as Harvard’s Social Enterprise Competition, Ruma’ has managed to obtain investment from top Silicon Valley firms like Grameen Foundation, Omidyar Network and Unitus Impact Fund. Since Aldi joined Ruma full time, it has served over 1.5 million customers through a network of over 10,000 micro-entrepreneurs. Prior to Ruma Aldi worked at Boston Consulting Group (BCG), and was an early employee at Kiva.org, a San Francisco based non-profit organization, and the UNDP an advisor to the Tsunami Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Body. He graduated with Distinction from Purdue University’s Computer Engineering program and has an MBA from Harvard Business School
    • http://lapor.ukp.go.id
    • As one of the judges on SI Camp JKT 2013
    • http://SartikaKurniali.com http://id.linkedin.com/in/SartikaKurniali