A tale of social entrepreneurship

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What's social entrepreneurship and how social entrepreneurship is going to change the world.

Presentation at #CPmilenio, Granada, Spain

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  • Its good to know there is a large community that supports social entrepreneurship.

    BTW: I know about the Grameen Bank, but I had no idea he started it with only $27! Proves the point that no action is too small for social change.
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  • Increasing the social impact rather than the profit
  • Why? Being part of the wave of change
  • We are the new superheroesLet’sembrace the wave of social entrepreneurship
  • Inorder to bring the change needed in this world, Its not just about solving the mostchallenging issue of the world and makingit a better place, it’s about having a purpose for onesel and makingsense of our life. And I’m sure wecan do ittogether!
  • A tale of social entrepreneurship

    1. How ToChangeThe World And Make It a Better Place<br />A tale of Social Entrepreneurship<br />Ismail CHAIBGangster<br />@ichaib<br />
    2. @ichaib<br />HashTags : #Algeria, #entrepreneurship, #technology<br />
    3. It tookhim$27 to start<br />
    4. 8MillionBorrowers<br /> 98%Women<br /> $10 Billion loans<br />
    5. How many people repaidtheirloan?<br />
    6. <dramatic pause><br />
    7. 97%<br />Repayment rate<br />
    8. Crime<br />Homelessness<br />alcoholism<br />Poverty<br />Climate Change<br />Education<br />Sanitation<br />Drug Abuse<br />Illiteracy<br />Infant mortality<br />Hunger<br />Corruption<br />Gender Inequality<br />Water<br />
    9. There’s a social entrepreneur for that<br />
    10. Social Entrepreneurs?<br />
    11. ?<br />Social <br />Entrepreneurship<br />
    12. « Applying entrepreneurial and business principles to address a social problem » <br />
    13. Financial profit maximisation<br />Old Fashioned Business<br />Scam<br />Non For Profit<br />For Profit<br />SOCIAL <br />Entreprise<br />Charity<br />Social impact<br />maximisation<br />
    14. What#SocEntis not?<br />
    15. Charity<br />
    16. Corporate Marketing<br />
    17. Hippie Movement<br />
    18. Corruption...<br />
    19. +€30 BillionLost due to CorruptionEach Year<br />
    20. Charitable Status?<br />
    21. FinancialCrisis?<br />
    22. Corruption<br />+ <br />financial malpractice<br />Opacity+<br />Distrust +<br />Information Deficit<br />
    23. Donors<br />$$<br />??<br />NGO<br />$$<br />BANK<br />
    24. Financial Privacy / Disclosure shouldn't have to be strictly<br />ON or OFF<br />
    25. Open Bank Project:<br />Financial transaction disclosure. Regaining control over our data. <br />Open Bank Enabled Account<br />Level of Detail<br />Level of Detail<br />financial “comfort” indicator<br />account balance<br />sub category totals<br />some transaction details hidden<br />full transaction details<br />Disclosure<br />Frequency<br />yearly<br />share with everyone (public)<br />quarterly<br />monthly<br />no sharing (full privacy)<br />share with company<br />share with friends<br />weekly<br />daily<br />real-time<br />
    26. Our Vision:<br />A new bankwhere all accounts are open!<br />
    27. Petition<br />Sign Our Petition!<br />http://chn.ge/o6ieIh<br />
    28. Social entrepreneurs needhelp<br />
    29. <ul><li>200 social entrepreneurs
    30. +3000 Facebook fans
    31. +170 Gangsters
    32. +80 Holdups
    33. 30 countries
    34. 0 funding!
    35. 9 months</li></li></ul><li>
    36. Join the wave of change!<br />
    37. How Could I Participate?<br />
    38. Launch<br />a social business<br />
    39. Study<br />
    40. Evangilize<br />
    41. We are the next problem solvers<br />
    42. Windows<br />Racial Discrimination<br />Polio<br />Slavery<br />wars<br />Dodo<br />Infant Mortality<br />Smallpox<br />Gender discrimination<br />Child Vaccination<br />monarchy<br />
    43. Crime<br />Homelessness<br />alcoholism<br />Poverty<br />Climate Change<br />Education<br />Sanitation<br />Drug Abuse<br />Illiteracy<br />Infant mortality<br />Hunger<br />Corruption<br />Gender Inequality<br />Water<br />Today<br />
    44. Crime<br />Homelessness<br />alcoholism<br />Poverty<br />Climate Change<br />Education<br />Sanitation<br />Drug Abuse<br />Illiteracy<br />Infant mortality<br />Hunger<br />Corruption<br />Gender Inequality<br />Water<br />A.S.E<br />
    45. The world sucks<br />
    46. CHANGE<br />
    47. Gracias!<br />Ismail CHAIB<br />@ichaib<br />ismail@tesobe.com<br />
    48. Petition<br />Sign Our Petition!<br />http://chn.ge/o6ieIh<br />
    49. Questions?<br />Ismail CHAIB<br />@ichaib<br />ismail@tesobe.com<br />
    50. Petition<br /> I promise it’s the last slide:)<br />http://chn.ge/o6ieIh<br />

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