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Brad Bertoch Presentation to SECFC13

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Building Social Ventures

Building Social Ventures

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  • 1. Building  the  Social  Venture   Presented  by:         SOCIAL  ENTERPRISE  AND  CROWDFUNING   CONFERENCE   September  27,  2013   Snowbird,  Utah  
  • 2. 2 WBI  Alumni  (since  2009)   Social  Ventures  Can  Raise  Money   •  Sonic Innovations •  Larada Sciences •  Social Good Network •  WAVE •  4Charity.com •  OtoKinetics •  Bunnell •  e-Sens •  FlowPay •  Simplure •  Dhybrid •  Shelter2Home •  Radian Bio Energy •  CBI Polymers •  Medicruiser •  Go Natural CNG •  Waste Water Compliance Systems •  Hawaii BioTech •  Suretec Energy Innovations 2
  • 3. For  New  Non-­‐Profit  Ventures   Treat  charitable  foundaUons  as  Venture   Capitalists   •  Show  a  business  model   •  Have  a  business  plan   •  Demonstrate  a  great  value  proposiUon   •  Know  your  compeUUon   •  Demonstrate  an  ROI  
  • 4. Finding the Right Money for a Social Venture
  • 5. 5 Can You Raise Money?   Questions Investors Ask   •  Is It a Business? •  Can You Keep It? •  Can You Do It?
  • 6. Is It a Business? Business Model •  The failure to Innovate •  The failure to Create Value •  The failure to Persist Over Time Can You Keep It? Sustainability •  The failure to Maintain Economic Scarcity •  The failure to Prevent the Appropriation of Created Value •  The failure to Maintain Flexibility Reasons Deals Fail What Investors Look For
  • 7. 14  Basic  Business  Models  
  • 8. Charity  
  • 9. 14  Basic  Business  Models  
  • 10. Competence  Based  Success  
  • 11. 11 How the Entrepreneur is Perceived by an Investor is………. Everything   •  Assessing an Entrepreneur –  What is the Depth of Your Entrepreneurial Skill Set? –  Are You CEO Material? –  What is your “Type” –  What is your “Role” An Ounce of Perception Can be Worth a Pound of Performance Can  You  Do  It?  
  • 12. Resources   •  Investors  Circle   •  Community  FoundaUon  of  Utah   •  Crowdfunding   •  Industrial  Loan  CorporaUons   •  TechSoup   •  Social  Good  Network  
  • 13. FINAL  THOUGHTS   •  There  is  nothing  more  expensive  than   potenUal   •  Beware  the  law  of  unintended  consequences   •  No  good  deed  goes  unpunished   •  If  an  idea  is  worth  doing,  it’s  worth  doing  with   somebody  else’s  money.  

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