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Presented at the final pitch session of 2012 Dell Summer Social Innovation Lab, it highlights the fact that local people in developing countries are as entrepreneurial as we are in developed ...

Presented at the final pitch session of 2012 Dell Summer Social Innovation Lab, it highlights the fact that local people in developing countries are as entrepreneurial as we are in developed countries. What they lack of are opportunities. Without "opportunities", we could not be where we are now.

"Entrepreneurship on the Move" is an initiative (global yet local) to provide "a window of opportunity" through mobile incubation center and mobile marketing center.

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    Entrepreneurship on the Move (unleashing local entrepreneurship through mobile incubation centre) Entrepreneurship on the Move (unleashing local entrepreneurship through mobile incubation centre) Presentation Transcript

    • Unleashing local entrepreneurial talents through design thinking and entrepreneurial thinking Jeong Tae Kim
    • who has more sustainable solutions? office / biz. school field
    • Martin, 18 year old“solar-poweredmobile theater”w/ initial investment
    • Malawi, 2011
    • value proposition We unleash and accelerate entrepreneurial talent in least developed countries through mobile incubation centre and mobile marketing centre.
    • methodology: integrated empowerment Design Entrepreneurial Investment & thinking thinking consultancy Best practice replication Micro- entrepreneurs Sales-persons
    • activities: mobile incubation centre 1 Mobile Incubation Centre (MIC) 2 Mobile Marketing Centre (MMC)
    • 1 mic: empowering entrepreneurs Design thinking Entrepreneurial thinking - human-centered - problem-based - empowered - business Idea game Incubation biz students Consultancy
    • Malawi, 2012
    • Malawi, 2012
    • activities: mobile marketing centre 1 Mobile Incubation Centre (MIC) 2 Mobile Marketing Centre (MMC)
    • 2 mmc: training sales-persons Sales activities - Generating income Sales training - Products like eye glasses, children books, etc
    • Training local peopleas sales-persons of BOP-targeted proven productsUSA, 2012
    • Microwork mobile application:finalist at a World Bank competition Field-testing and prototyping products being developedMalawi, 2012
    • entrepreneurship on the move presents
    • theory of change OUTPUT Increased opportunity to IMPACT # biz ideas earn cash generated by locals Improved quality of Reduced dependency on life in least # biz students outside developing countries with hands-on assistance through sustainable experience OUTCOME business that # local people engages and benefits trained as communities salespersons
    • business model Customers • business schools or institutions • social enterprises with products for BOP Beneficiaries • local people and participating biz studentsrevenue stream (per country per year) Cost $50K (excluding one-off cost for buying a bus) • staff salary / fuels / investment, etc. Profit $120K • service fee ($10K per service) / sales of products
    • where we are: resources • Pilot-tested with $10K grant • Access to Millennium Villages in Africa • Partnership with organizations including Vision Spring, Books International, etc • Existing teams & office in Malawi and Korea • Invited to HK by one of top 100 MBA schoolswhat we need: further resources • $200K (for, among others, purchasing buses) • Connection to biz schools
    • thank you and invite you all to story.wins@gmail.com