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An edited presentation to GIBS (Gordon Institute of Business Science on Heart's model of social enterprise incubation and blended value proposition funds.

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    • Heart and the Blended Value Proposition
      • 04 June 2009
    • INTRODUCTION | Today’s discussion
      • Introduction
      • The Heart space from a SE perspective
      • Blended value
      • What is Heart
      • Fund Management
      • Incubation
      • Consulting
      • Advisory
      • Activation
      • Case Studies
      • Questions
    • INTRODUCTION | The Heart Space Social Value Financial Value Corporates NGOs
    • INTRODUCTION | The Heart Space Financial Value Social Value Social Value Financial Value High High Low Low Social Capital Investments (Social Returns) Financial Investments ( Numeric returns) TRADITIONAL MODEL
    • INTRODUCTION | The Heart Space TRADITIONAL MODEL Cause Donor Public Donations: R17 billion in 2007 CSI R4.3 billion Outcome: Maintenance Donors give money Charities spend it & come back for more Never Ending Cycle
    • INTRODUCTION | The Heart Space Donor Social Enterprise Redirect a portion of charitable contributions to Social Enterprise Outcome: Sustainability Donors invest money Funding problem eliminated permanently Cause HEART MODEL
    • INTRODUCTION | The Heart Space Social Value Financial Value NGOs Corporates Social Enterprise Do-gooder, whole wheat sandal, hippy, bunny huggers Money grabbing, bottom line junky, capitalist, evil doers A gap in the market and a market in the gap HEART MODEL
    • INTRODUCTION | Blended Value Economic Value Social Value Social Value Economic Value High High Low Low Maximized Social & Financial Returns
    • INTRODUCTION | Blended Value Seed Funding Start Up Funding Secondary Funding Mainstream Funding Traditional phases of Entrepreneurship Traditional phases of Social Entrepreneurship ?
    • INTRODUCTION | Blended Value The social enterprise spectrum: philanthropy to commerce – Harvard business school
    • What is Heart?
      • 04 June 2009
    • WHAT IS HEART | Intro Heart, transforming quality of life by creating, incubating and establishing social enterprises that work long term.
    • WHAT IS HEART | Intro It is our vision and vocation to bring about social transformation by creating sustainable social enterprises market-based solutions to social problems We are the nexus between social entrepreneurs needing capital and support to develop their social enterprises, and social investors seeking financial and social returns .
    • WHAT IS HEART | Fund Management 1. Originate Heart Seed Fund
      • Features:
      • Money Back Plus
      • 2 Year deferred loan capital
      • 2 year investment term for 50 investors maximum (purchased in lots)
      • R20 000 per lot
      • R1 million cap
      • Employed to establish market readiness of 6 SEs (maximum) = 135K per project
      • Venture Funds repay loan
    • WHAT IS HEART | Fund Management 1. Originate 2 . Incubate Heart Seed Fund Heart Venture Fund
      • Features:
      • Money Back Plus
      • 3 Year deferred loan capital
      • 4 year investment term for 50 investors maximum (purchased in lots)
      • R50 000 per lot per annum for 2 years
      • R5 million cap
      • Employed to incubate 8 SEs (minimum)
      • Heart Capital Fund repays loan
    • WHAT IS HEART | Fund Management 1. Originate 2 . Incubate 3. Capacitate Heart Seed Fund Heart Venture Fund Heart Capital Fund
      • Features:
      • Money Back Plus
      • 3 Year deferred loan capital
      • 7 year investment term for 200 investors
      • R50 000 per lot per annum for 3 years
      • R30 million cap
      • Employed to capacitate 8 SEs (maximum) for 3 years
      • SEs repay loan
    • WHAT IS HEART | Incubation Social Value Financial Value 1. Originate 2 . Incubate 3. Activate 4. Replicate
    • WHAT IS HEART | Consulting Intervention
      • Social Enterprise development
      • Leader brand strategy
      • CSI strategy, training, outsourcing
      • Staff volunteering programmes
      • Transformation strategy alignment and benchmark tracking
      • Social communications strategy
      Pam Golding Properties Media24 Lewis Group Smit Marine Bio Oil Earthchild Clothing Frika Platypus Productions
    • WHAT IS HEART | Advisory Cause –Related Funds Heart Venture Clubs Engaged Philanthropy Venture Philanthropy Charitable Contributions Fund, Heart Seed Fund; Heart Venture Fund; Heart Capital Fund Charity Wines Venture Club; FoodTent Venture Club; Adrenalize Venture Club, etc
    • Case Studies
      • 04 June 2009
    • CASE STUDIES | Second Harvest Second Harvest Farmers plough about 20% of their crops back into the ground because the vegetables are not market quality. We approach farmers to let us harvest this produce – a second harvest. These vegetables are cooked into nutritious stews, which are packaged into 1,2kg plastic bags and frozen. 1 bag feeds 8 - 12 children Sponsors: Lewis Roll Out: Based in Langa & Bellville – replicable model Sustainability: R8 per packet Projected Income: 30 000 packets per month = R240,000
    • CASE STUDIES | Wines with Heart Every month more than 50 of South Africa’s leading wine farms donate their products to Charity Wines. These wines are packaged into a Mystery Box and sold to consumers for R250.  Proceeds from sales are invested into NGOs with a Fetal Alcohol Syndrome or Severe Learning Disability focus. Our goal is to eliminate their need to fund raise within 3 years. Sponsors: KWV, Distell + 52 wine farms Roll Out: Based in Stellenbosch, provides national delivery Sustainability: R250 per box
    • CASE STUDIES | Wines with Heart THANK YOU!!