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The Sauder School of Business has been developing programs in Nairobi, Kenya since 2006. The main program, Social Entrepreneurship 101 (SE101), is a three-week course where students from UBC and ...

The Sauder School of Business has been developing programs in Nairobi, Kenya since 2006. The main program, Social Entrepreneurship 101 (SE101), is a three-week course where students from UBC and Strathmore University (Nairobi) teach young people how to write business plans. Participants are mentored, sources of funding for the projects are identified, and businesses have been launched as a result of the program.

This presentation was created for incoming UBC students and their families. To learn about the project, and read more about the overall initiative, please visit our website: www.africa.sauder.ubc.ca

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UBC Sauder Social Entrepreneurship 101 Degree In A Day Presentation UBC Sauder Social Entrepreneurship 101 Degree In A Day Presentation Presentation Transcript

  • HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SPEND 3-WEEKS IN AFRICA?
    Exploring Archaeology?
    Tasting New Foods?
    Braving a Safari?
  • HOW ABOUT…
    Working In Multi-national Teams?
    Teaching Business to Youth?
    Creating Lasting Change?
  • WHAT IF YOU COULD HAVE IT ALL?
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  • The Sauder School of Business Presents:
    SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
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  • BACKGROUND
    Sauder School of Business
    • One of the World’s premier business schools
    • Working to develop a comprehensive set of programs geared to applying business skills to problems in Africa
    Social Entrepreneurship 101
    • Intense three-week coursetaught in tandem by UBC and local African university students
    • Educate and enable impoverished youth, leaving them with a draft plan
    Nancy Langton
    • Associate Professor, Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Division
    • Developing SE101 program in Africa since 2006
  • AGENDA
    What is Social Entrepreneurship?
    Social Entrepreneurship 101: Africa
    How will SE101 will benefit my education?
    The SE101 experience
  • What is
    SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP?
  • WHAT IS SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP?
    Just as business entrepreneurs create and transform industries,social entrepreneurs are agents of change for society. Social entrepreneurs seek to invent, apply and publicize new advanced and innovative sustainable solutions to an array of social problems. Where a traditional business entrepreneur seeks to generate profit, a social entrepreneur is motivated to generate social value. Ultimately, social entrepreneurs are driven to produce measurable impact by opening up new pathways for the marginalized and disadvantaged.
    vs.
    Financial Value Extraction
    Social Value Creation
  • WHAT IS SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP?
    Affirmative business
    • Venture created specifically to provide jobs, competitive wages, career opportunities and ownership for people who are disadvantaged.
    Mission driven product or service business
    • Venture created specifically to generate revenue from delivery of products or services to customers, although payment may come from third party agencies or programs.
    Social value business
    • Venture created in support of a charitable mission, with or without a revenue stream.
    Tripartite-model business
    • Venture created to involve a synergistic partnership between public and private sector organizations, typically with a clear and demonstrable social benefit and often hinging on the disadvantaged individual employee.
  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
    Program Goals
    • Learn about other cultures and people.
    • Join students from UBC and African universities to collaborate and exchange knowledge.
    • Teach African youth to write business plans.
    • Help African youth find funding for plans.
    • Mentor and incubate funded plans.
    • Draw attention and involvement from MBA and Ph.D. students, as well as established businesses in Canada and Africa.
    • Work with established government and non-government development agencies to promote lasting change.
  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
    Incubator provides support
    SE101 Vision
    C. After-Program support to complete business plans
    A. Recruiting Potential Entrepreneurs
    G. Business Growth
    B. Business Plan Training
    D. Business Plan Review
    E. Micro-financing of selected businesses
    F. Selected business launch
    Businesses monitored and evaluated
  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
    Successes So Far
    • 4 years of teams on the ground in Kenya
    • 2009: 3 teaching sites, 77 students, 55 business plans
    • International partnerships under development:
    • 8 microcredit organizations
    • ICT Ministry in Nairobi
    • Ministry of Youth in Nairobi
    • Master’s program developer in UK
    • Strathmore University
    • University of Nairobi
  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
    2009 Kenyan Student Feedback
    Phyllis Nduta (ICC)
    “I got the in-depth view of my financial projections to be realistic; I got to do research for my business; I have the whole picture of my business in place now.”
    Maurice Mugimba (Friends Church)
    “I liked the way they [instructors] organize their program for us to interact with fellow students from other institutions with a view to share our business ideas, experiences and expectations.”
    Godfrey Welishe (Friends Church)
    “I have learned on how to keep my financial records, which I had not thought about. I pray to God that you will always offer this education to other people who will come in the next years. I pray that one day you will call us to teach the class at least once.”
  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
    The Kenyan Classroom - Kibera
  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
    The Kenyan Classroom – Friends Church
  • SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP 101: AFRICA
    The Kenyan Classroom – ICC
  • HOW WILL SE101 BENEFIT MY EDUCATION?
  • HOW WILL SE101 BENEFIT MY EDUCATION?
    Hands on business planning and executing
    • As part of SE101 you will create, plan and execute a full business cycle, raising funds and growing the Social Entrepreneurship 101: Africa program.
    International experience
    • You will not only work with people from across the globe to advance SE101 program goals, as a member of the traveling team, you will live and work in Africa for 3-weeks. The world is getting flatter, having international experience makes you more employable in this global world.
    Multifaceted mentorship learning and teaching
    • SE101 participants and alumni come from all walks of life and take different roles at different times – Undergrad and Grad Students from across UBC faculties, MBAs, Professors, Members of the Global Business Community, Orphans, and more.
    Corporate Social Responsibility
    • The future of business is bright and responsible. Whether you want to be an artist or a venture capitalist, CSR is a part of your working life. The SE101 experience will challenge, and help prepare you for this future.
  • THE SE101 EXPERIENCE
  • The Social Entrepreneurship 101 experience
    Basic Weekday Schedule
    • 7:00am Wake up
    • 8:30am Class-time
    • 10:00am Tea Time
    • 12:00pm Lunch
    • 3:00pm Clean Up/Prep for next day
    • 4:00pm Free Time
    • Group planned activities, meals out, relaxation, prep for classes, edit student work, good times with UBC and Strathmore students.
    Basic Weekend Schedule
    • Free Time
    • Group planned activities, day trips, markets, relaxation, sports, good times with UBC and Strathmore students
  • The Social Entrepreneurship 101 experience
    Activities past groups have organized
    Masai Village
    Masai Mara Reserve
    Lake Nakuru
    Nairobi University
    Natural Hot Springs
    Masai Market
  • From UBC, Sauder, SE101, and Kenya,
    ASANTE!
    (Thank You)