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

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!
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    • 1. How ToChangeThe World And Make It a Better Place
      A tale of Social Entrepreneurship
      Ismail CHAIBGangster
      @ichaib
    • 2.
    • 3. @ichaib
      HashTags : #Algeria, #entrepreneurship, #technology
    • 4.
    • 5.
    • 6.
    • 7.
    • 8.
    • 9.
    • 10.
    • 11.
    • 12.
    • 13. It tookhim$27 to start
    • 14.
    • 15. 8MillionBorrowers
      98%Women
      $10 Billion loans
    • 16. How many people repaidtheirloan?
    • 17. <dramatic pause>
    • 18. 97%
      Repayment rate
    • 19.
    • 20.
    • 21.
    • 22. Crime
      Homelessness
      alcoholism
      Poverty
      Climate Change
      Education
      Sanitation
      Drug Abuse
      Illiteracy
      Infant mortality
      Hunger
      Corruption
      Gender Inequality
      Water
    • 23. There’s a social entrepreneur for that
    • 24. Social Entrepreneurs?
    • 25. ?
      Social
      Entrepreneurship
    • 26. « Applying entrepreneurial and business principles to address a social problem »
    • 27. Financial profit maximisation
      Old Fashioned Business
      Scam
      Non For Profit
      For Profit
      SOCIAL
      Entreprise
      Charity
      Social impact
      maximisation
    • 28. What#SocEntis not?
    • 29. Charity
    • 30. Corporate Marketing
    • 31. Hippie Movement
    • 32.
    • 33.
    • 34.
    • 35. Corruption...
    • 36. +€30 BillionLost due to CorruptionEach Year
    • 37. Charitable Status?
    • 38. FinancialCrisis?
    • 39. Corruption
      +
      financial malpractice
      Opacity+
      Distrust +
      Information Deficit
    • 40.
    • 41. Donors
      $$
      ??
      NGO
      $$
      BANK
    • 42. Financial Privacy / Disclosure shouldn't have to be strictly
      ON or OFF
    • 43. Open Bank Project:
      Financial transaction disclosure. Regaining control over our data.
      Open Bank Enabled Account
      Level of Detail
      Level of Detail
      financial “comfort” indicator
      account balance
      sub category totals
      some transaction details hidden
      full transaction details
      Disclosure
      Frequency
      yearly
      share with everyone (public)
      quarterly
      monthly
      no sharing (full privacy)
      share with company
      share with friends
      weekly
      daily
      real-time
    • 44. Our Vision:
      A new bankwhere all accounts are open!
    • 45.
    • 46. Petition
      Sign Our Petition!
      http://chn.ge/o6ieIh
    • 47. Social entrepreneurs needhelp
    • 48.
    • 49.
    • 50.
    • 51.
    • 52.
    • 53.
    • 60. Join the wave of change!
    • 61. How Could I Participate?
    • 62. Launch
      a social business
    • 63. Study
    • 64. Evangilize
    • 65.
    • 66. We are the next problem solvers
    • 67.
    • 68.
    • 69.
    • 70. Windows
      Racial Discrimination
      Polio
      Slavery
      wars
      Dodo
      Infant Mortality
      Smallpox
      Gender discrimination
      Child Vaccination
      monarchy
    • 71. Crime
      Homelessness
      alcoholism
      Poverty
      Climate Change
      Education
      Sanitation
      Drug Abuse
      Illiteracy
      Infant mortality
      Hunger
      Corruption
      Gender Inequality
      Water
      Today
    • 72. Crime
      Homelessness
      alcoholism
      Poverty
      Climate Change
      Education
      Sanitation
      Drug Abuse
      Illiteracy
      Infant mortality
      Hunger
      Corruption
      Gender Inequality
      Water
      A.S.E
    • 73. The world sucks
    • 74. CHANGE
    • 75. Gracias!
      Ismail CHAIB
      @ichaib
      ismail@tesobe.com
    • 76. Petition
      Sign Our Petition!
      http://chn.ge/o6ieIh
    • 77. Questions?
      Ismail CHAIB
      @ichaib
      ismail@tesobe.com
    • 78.
    • 79. Petition
      I promise it’s the last slide:)
      http://chn.ge/o6ieIh