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  • Youth in ActionYouth in ActionYouth in ActionYouth in Action Social entrepreneurshipSocial entrepreneurshipSocial entrepreneurshipSocial entrepreneurship ---- A chance for the future?A chance for the future?A chance for the future?A chance for the future? Introduction to social entrepreneurship and social businessIntroduction to social entrepreneurship and social businessIntroduction to social entrepreneurship and social businessIntroduction to social entrepreneurship and social business TTTT aaaa nnnn dddd eeee mmmm SSSS oooo cccc iiii aaaa llll SSSS.... CCCC.... CCCC.... LLLL.... NIF: F65570400 www.tandemsocial.com hola@tandemsocial.com Trafalgar Street, 25 2nd 2, 08010 Barcelona
  • IndexIndexIndexIndex • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors 2 • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Barcelona program, September 2013 • Thursday 12Thursday 12Thursday 12Thursday 12: Arrival day • Friday 13Friday 13Friday 13Friday 13: – 8.45h – 9.30h Welcome coffee – 9.30h–11h. Visit social business: Apunts – 12h–14h Visit social business: Formació i Treball – 14h–16h Lunch in Formació i Treball (Social Business) – 16h16h16h16h ––––18h 118h 118h 118h 1stststst session: Introduction to social entrepreneurship and socialsession: Introduction to social entrepreneurship and socialsession: Introduction to social entrepreneurship and socialsession: Introduction to social entrepreneurship and social 3 – 16h16h16h16h ––––18h 118h 118h 118h 1stststst session: Introduction to social entrepreneurship and socialsession: Introduction to social entrepreneurship and socialsession: Introduction to social entrepreneurship and socialsession: Introduction to social entrepreneurship and social business. Palaubusiness. Palaubusiness. Palaubusiness. Palau MacayaMacayaMacayaMacaya – 20.30h Dinner at Dones de Foc (Social Business) • Saturday 14Saturday 14Saturday 14Saturday 14: – 11h-13h 2nd session: Discussion about business ideas with a social impact, introduction to CANVAS methodology. – 14h. Lunch in Norai (Social business) Museu Marítim de Barcelona – Free afternoon • Sunday 15Sunday 15Sunday 15Sunday 15: Departure day
  • Useful addresses in Barcelona • Thursday 12Thursday 12Thursday 12Thursday 12: Arrival day • Friday 13Friday 13Friday 13Friday 13: – 8.45h – 9.30h Welcome coffee at Guitó bar. Gran Vía 539, Barcelona. A terrace on the corner with Villarroel Street. How to go: walk to pza glories take Metro L1 Red line stop in Urgell. Exit: Villarroel street. – 9.30h–11h. Visit social business: Apunts. Consell de Cent, 217 Barcelona. How to go: walk to pza glories take Metro L1 Red line stop in Urgell – 12h–14h Visit social business: Formació i Treball. C Llull, 430. Sant Adrià de Besòs, Barcelona – 14h–16h Lunch in Formació i Treball (Social Business) C Llull, 430. Sant Adrià de Besòs 4 – 14h–16h Lunch in Formació i Treball (Social Business) C Llull, 430. Sant Adrià de Besòs – 16h16h16h16h ––––18h Introduction to social entrepreneurship and social business: Palau18h Introduction to social entrepreneurship and social business: Palau18h Introduction to social entrepreneurship and social business: Palau18h Introduction to social entrepreneurship and social business: Palau MacayaMacayaMacayaMacaya. Pg. Pg. Pg. Pg SantSantSantSant Joan, 108, BarcelonaJoan, 108, BarcelonaJoan, 108, BarcelonaJoan, 108, Barcelona – 20.30h Dinner at Dones de Foc (Social Business). Marina 240, Barcelona. How to go: Metro L2 purpure line stop: Monumental • Saturday 14Saturday 14Saturday 14Saturday 14: – 11h-13h 2nd session: Discussion about business ideas with a social impact, introduction to CANVAS methodology. Trafalgar 25 2nd, 2nd . How to go: walk to pza glories take Metro L1 red line, stop in Urquinaona – 14h. Lunch in Norai (Social business) Museu Marítim de Barcelona. Av. de les Drassanes s/n. How to go: L3 green line, stop: Drassanes • Sunday 15Sunday 15Sunday 15Sunday 15: Departure day
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors 5 • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Exercise You have 10 minutes to discuss the issues raised Together we Work in pairs 1 Cypriot – 1 Spaniard 6 Each pair presents their answers (2 ‘) Together we will discuss the answers exposed What do you think are the most representative factors of a social business?What do you think are the most representative factors of a social business?What do you think are the most representative factors of a social business?What do you think are the most representative factors of a social business? What elements should NOT be in a social business?What elements should NOT be in a social business?What elements should NOT be in a social business?What elements should NOT be in a social business?
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • The two streams of social entrepreneurship • The elements that determine a Social Enterprise 7 • Social Enterprise requirements • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • The two streams of social entrepreneurship StreamsStreamsStreamsStreams FeaturesFeaturesFeaturesFeatures STREAM 1: SocialSocialSocialSocial entrepreneursentrepreneursentrepreneursentrepreneurs as the core of the definition • Definition focused on the social entrepreneur role as the core of entrepreneurship. • The social entrepreneur as a leader. • Individuality around the figure of social entrepreneurs. 8 STREAM 2: socialsocialsocialsocial enterpriseenterpriseenterpriseenterprise as the core of the definition • Definition focused on social enterprise as the core of entrepreneurship. • The social enterprise as a whole. • Collectivity and participation around the figure of the social enterprise. There are two distinct streams in terms of the different definitions surrounding the concept ofThere are two distinct streams in terms of the different definitions surrounding the concept ofThere are two distinct streams in terms of the different definitions surrounding the concept ofThere are two distinct streams in terms of the different definitions surrounding the concept of social entrepreneurship: one focused on the entrepreneur role and the other focused on thesocial entrepreneurship: one focused on the entrepreneur role and the other focused on thesocial entrepreneurship: one focused on the entrepreneur role and the other focused on thesocial entrepreneurship: one focused on the entrepreneur role and the other focused on the organization as a social enterprise.organization as a social enterprise.organization as a social enterprise.organization as a social enterprise.
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • The two streams of social entrepreneurship • The elements that determine a Social Enterprise 9 • Social Enterprise requirements • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Cloud concepts 10
  • Main elements and elements derived 11
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • The two streams of social entrepreneurship • The elements that determine a Social Enterprise 12 • Social Enterprise requirements • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Minimum requirements for the Social Enterprise Social business born as a result of theSocial business born as a result of theSocial business born as a result of theSocial business born as a result of the detection of a ...detection of a ...detection of a ...detection of a ... ... and through an ...... and through an ...... and through an ...... and through an ... SOCIAL NEEDSOCIAL NEEDSOCIAL NEEDSOCIAL NEED Process through which products are obtained, goods or services that meet the needs of people. Economic activity We understand as a social need a situation in which a community of people are affected at environmental,environmental,environmental,environmental, socialsocialsocialsocial and/orand/orand/orand/or culturalculturalculturalcultural level, due to lack of access and becoming vulnerable. SOCIALSOCIALSOCIALSOCIAL BUSINESSBUSINESSBUSINESSBUSINESS SocialSocialSocialSocial EnvironmentalEnvironmentalEnvironmentalEnvironmental CulturalCulturalCulturalCultural&/or &/or 13 ... want to produce a ...... want to produce a ...... want to produce a ...... want to produce a ... ECONOMIC ACTIVITYECONOMIC ACTIVITYECONOMIC ACTIVITYECONOMIC ACTIVITY POSITIVE IMPACTPOSITIVE IMPACTPOSITIVE IMPACTPOSITIVE IMPACT services that meet the needs of people. Economic activity must be sustainablesustainablesustainablesustainable over time and allow the social business to compete in the marketmarketmarketmarket. Alterations, changes or transformations that aim to reverse the initial situation and that occur as a result of a specific action. The impact is measured by asking us about the performance: howhowhowhow it develops, whatwhatwhatwhat productproductproductproduct orororor serviceserviceserviceservice it offers, and totototo whomwhomwhomwhom it addresses. BUSINESSBUSINESSBUSINESSBUSINESS MINIMUMMINIMUMMINIMUMMINIMUM ............ thus transforming the initialthus transforming the initialthus transforming the initialthus transforming the initial situation.situation.situation.situation. SustainabilitySustainabilitySustainabilitySustainability MarketMarketMarketMarket • HowHowHowHow???? • What? • To whom? • How? • What?What?What?What? • To whom?To whom?To whom?To whom? • HowHowHowHow???? • What?What?What?What? • To whom?To whom?To whom?To whom? o o
  • Social needs exercise Nowadays, what do you think are social needs?Nowadays, what do you think are social needs?Nowadays, what do you think are social needs?Nowadays, what do you think are social needs? Do you know companies that are trying to solveDo you know companies that are trying to solveDo you know companies that are trying to solveDo you know companies that are trying to solve social needs?social needs?social needs?social needs? Initial questions.... 14
  • Table field for social needs (1/3) General environment It involves all the environmental needs without none of them is a primary need Energy Improve efficiency in the use and production of energy, reducing carbon footprint (including Climate Change). Water Water cycle maintenance as a vital support for the human and natural systems Environment 15 EnvironmentEnvironmentEnvironmentEnvironment natural systems Biodiversity (flora and fauna) Preserve living species for their intrinsic values (derived funds, maintenance of natural systems, etc.) and for ethical reasons. Natural areas and landscape Maintain and restore natural areas and landscape elements as physical systems that are part of our habitat, provide natural resources and intangible values. Waste - Pollution Minimize the volume and toxicity of waste we generate and we throw out to the terrestrial environment, aquatic and atmospheric.
  • Table field for social needs (2/3) Social General Social Involves all social needs without none of them is a primary need. Basic (food-clothes) Enable access to what is needed for the well-being and physical survival. Work Enable access to dignified employment (wage and temporary contracts) Provide an universal access and utilization of education, teaching and 16 SocialSocialSocialSocial Education Provide an universal access and utilization of education, teaching and instruction for children and adults, to achieve the full development of his personality Housing Opportunity to access in a particular space where you can live with sufficient conditions of health and hygiene Social capital (social network, social relations) Circle of friends and acquaintances that facilitate social contacts and professional development without discrimination on community participation Health Promoting prevention, care and rehabilitation of people to be healthy and develop all their capabilities Personal autonomy Promoting independence for people to improve their quality of daily life
  • Table field for social needs (3/3) Cultural General Culture Involves all cultural needs without none of them is a primary need. Artistic creation Enable and promote the artistic talent, creative skills, the ways and instruments for producing and improvement of artworks 17 CultureCultureCultureCulture Cultural heritage Safeguarding and protection of the set of all goods, materials (tangible) and intangible assets, for its own value, that are considered of relevant interest to the continuity of the identity and culture of the people. In this way, there should be properly preserved for future generations and could be studied for all those who want to used, enjoy and visit.
  • Other aspects of Social Business PARTICIPATIONPARTICIPATIONPARTICIPATIONPARTICIPATION Participation is transmitted as an indispensable element for achieving the collective good and balanced management of resources. The collective ownership, as opposed to private property, places social enterprises under transformation. Property and private decision Property and collective decision +- 18 PROFITPROFITPROFITPROFIT The non-search of a individual disproportionate profit, translates into involvement and belief in the group project, that develops the social enterprise. Profit Non-profit Limited profit +-
  • Fornon-profit 100% Social Business To analyze Social business born as a result of the detection of a social needsocial needsocial needsocial need and by an economiceconomiceconomiceconomic activityactivityactivityactivity aims to generate a positive impactpositive impactpositive impactpositive impact on society, even transforming the initial situation. Social Business concept 19 The combination of minimal elements and other elements form the framework of social business.The combination of minimal elements and other elements form the framework of social business.The combination of minimal elements and other elements form the framework of social business.The combination of minimal elements and other elements form the framework of social business. Depending on the level of participation and the degree of profit, it is determined the purity of socialDepending on the level of participation and the degree of profit, it is determined the purity of socialDepending on the level of participation and the degree of profit, it is determined the purity of socialDepending on the level of participation and the degree of profit, it is determined the purity of social business.business.business.business. Forprofit Private participation and decisions Participation and collective decisions Discard To analyze
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors 20 • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Specific funding for social enterprisesSpecific funding for social enterprisesSpecific funding for social enterprisesSpecific funding for social enterprises EthicalEthicalEthicalEthical BankingBankingBankingBanking • An ethical bank places two goals at the same level and is defined by considering them not only compatible but necessarily complementary: ―Finance economic activities that have a positive social impact ―Be economically viable: profit Ethical Banking examples in Catalonia: • CoopCoopCoopCoop 57575757: Provides financial services to the whole social economy (third sector and social economy) for social economy projects that promote employment, cooperatives, associations and sustainability. 21 EthicalEthicalEthicalEthical BankingBankingBankingBanking examplesexamplesexamplesexamples cooperatives, associations and sustainability. • FIAREFIAREFIAREFIARE: Provides funding for economic activities with a positive social impact and provides a way to those who want to dedicate their savings in social projects (originally form Italy). • TriodosTriodosTriodosTriodos: Bank form Holland, it was introduced in Spain in 2004. Personal and business banking customers. Focus into three areas: cultural, social and environmental. • OikocreditOikocreditOikocreditOikocredit: global cooperative that finances in the poorest areas of the world. Provides loans to productive projects that provide jobs and income to disadvantaged people, encourage the promotion of women and ensure respect for the environment.
  • International Programs Catalan & Spanish venture capital Types of support Target priority programs social entrepreneurship start-up social enterprise Consolidated social enterprise Xarxa CX Agrosocial Support tools for social enterprisesSupport tools for social enterprisesSupport tools for social enterprisesSupport tools for social enterprises 22 Xarxa CX Agrosocial Spanish programs Programs in other countries restricted to a geographical area Although there are a number of programs to support entrepreneurship and social enterprise atAlthough there are a number of programs to support entrepreneurship and social enterprise atAlthough there are a number of programs to support entrepreneurship and social enterprise atAlthough there are a number of programs to support entrepreneurship and social enterprise at international level, there are still many shortcomings especially in Spain.international level, there are still many shortcomings especially in Spain.international level, there are still many shortcomings especially in Spain.international level, there are still many shortcomings especially in Spain. support training grant Xarxa CX Agrosocial
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors 23 • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Key Factors to consider • Business knowledge • Sector knowledge (job and market) • Added value of your product or service over the competition (beyond the social impact) • Accurate planning, management and control • Clear and visible involvement of the entrepreneurial team BusinessBusinessBusinessBusiness 24 SocialSocialSocialSocial • Identification and justification of social need • Knowledge in the field of impact • Clear objectives definition to achieve impact • Tools for impact assessment • Multiplier effect To meet the most of these successful factors and to transmit it to potential collaborators must haveTo meet the most of these successful factors and to transmit it to potential collaborators must haveTo meet the most of these successful factors and to transmit it to potential collaborators must haveTo meet the most of these successful factors and to transmit it to potential collaborators must have a multidisciplinary team (collective entrepreneurship ecosystem) and develop a business plan thata multidisciplinary team (collective entrepreneurship ecosystem) and develop a business plan thata multidisciplinary team (collective entrepreneurship ecosystem) and develop a business plan thata multidisciplinary team (collective entrepreneurship ecosystem) and develop a business plan that we will be able to explain in 5 minuteswe will be able to explain in 5 minuteswe will be able to explain in 5 minuteswe will be able to explain in 5 minutes
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors 25 • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe 1 Improve visibility (universities, society, consumers, etc.). 2 Improving the legal environment Main challengesMain challengesMain challengesMain challenges 26 3 Improving access to funds 4 Increasing network in Europe (social franchising, replies, etc.).
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors 27 • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Competition Youth in Action projectCompetition Youth in Action projectCompetition Youth in Action projectCompetition Youth in Action project • 5 groups (1 Cypriot – 1 Spaniard) • Think of a business idea of social enterprise (any sector) • Apply all concepts learned • Develop a CANVAS methodology 28 • Develop a CANVAS methodology • In Cyprus you will present to the group • There will be a winner
  • Index • Barcelona program • Exercise • Social business • Support tools and specific funding for social enterprises • Key Factors 29 • Key Factors • Main challenges of social entrepreneurship in Europe • Competition Youth in Action project • Conclusions
  • Conclusions • The social enterprise is an organization that aims to achieve a positivepositivepositivepositive impactimpactimpactimpact on society and social transformationtransformationtransformationtransformation through sustainablesustainablesustainablesustainable economiceconomiceconomiceconomic activity for local products or services. It remains to determine the requirements in terms of dividends and participation and decision • Where there is a socialsocialsocialsocial needneedneedneed could be a socialsocialsocialsocial businessbusinessbusinessbusiness working it • There are several toolstoolstoolstools andandandand programsprogramsprogramsprograms totototo supportsupportsupportsupport social enterprises in Spain and internationally and there is a steady growth of the same 30 • We need to know and meet the most keykeykeykey factorsfactorsfactorsfactors for the creation of a social enterprise. • The social enterprise has to be known and recognizedrecognizedrecognizedrecognized bybybyby societysocietysocietysociety: This requires additional effort from social entrepreneurs. • Without a specific legallegallegallegal formformformform a social enterprise is very difficult to identify them. • Every business requires investment. We need to create investmentinvestmentinvestmentinvestment instruments for social enterprises. • Many things have already been invented: copy,copy,copy,copy, adaptadaptadaptadapt andandandand improveimproveimproveimprove. • Each group will have to think of a businessbusinessbusinessbusiness ideaideaideaidea and present it in CyprusCyprusCyprusCyprus. • The best business idea raised, worked and viable it will obtain an awardawardawardaward....
  • 31 TTTT aaaa nnnn dddd eeee mmmm SSSS oooo cccc iiii aaaa llll SSSS.... CCCC.... CCCC.... LLLL.... NIF: F65570400 www.tandemsocial.com hola@tandemsocial.com Trafalgar Street, 25 2nd 2, 08010 Barcelona