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    2008 2nd Place 2008 2nd Place Presentation Transcript

    • E+Co Vision 2020: Breaking New Grounds Sagar | Catherine | Kelvin | Esther
    • Key Objective (in millions) 30 times increase Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Status Quo Strong Business Model Learning Culture E N T R E P R E N E U R S F U N D I N G 3 million Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Status Quo 3 Wedges Strategy Direct Investing Funds and Affiliates Carbon Markets Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture E N T R E P R E N E U R S F U N D I N G 100 million E X P A N S I O N N E W S E C T O R S Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture E N T R E P R E N E U R S 100 million
      • Direct Investing
        • Increasing pool of entrepreneurs
      • Attracting Funding
      Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture 100 million
      • Funding & Affiliates (Partners)
      • Carbon Markets
      F U N D I N G Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture 100 million
      • New Geographical Markets
        • Nigeria, Indonesia etc.
      • Existing Markets Penetration
        • China, India, Brazil etc.
      E X P A N S I O N Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture 100 million
      • Water Purification
        • Clean drinking water
      N E W S E C T O R S Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture E N T R E P R E N E U R S F U N D I N G 100 million E X P A N S I O N N E W S E C T O R S Introduction | Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Entrepreneurs
      • Attract fresh entrepreneurial talent
      Entrepreneur Wannabes Clean Energy Entrepreneur Wannabes Clean Energy Entrepreneurs Toolkit Outreach Programs Entrepreneur Maturity Stages Introduction | Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Entrepreneurs
      • Attract fresh entrepreneurial talent
      Entrepreneur Wannabes Clean Energy Entrepreneur Wannabes Clean Energy Entrepreneurs Introduction | Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Entrepreneurs
      • Attract fresh entrepreneurial talent
      Entrepreneur Wannabes Clean Energy Entrepreneur Wannabes Clean Energy Entrepreneurs Introduction | Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Entrepreneurs
      • Outreach Programs- Quarterly Regional Workshops
      Past Successes
      • Community Heroes
      • Past Program Beneficiaries
      Provide Information on
      • Local market demand for clean energy ideas
      • Possible clean energy ventures
      • Toolkit Usage
      • Business Plan creation tips
      Introduction | Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Entrepreneurs
      • Outreach Programs- The Benefits
        • Relatively cheaper than fieldwork
        • Less time and labour intensive
        • More personal/user-friendly than the Toolkit
      Introduction | Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Entrepreneurs
      • Collaboration with Microfinance Institutions
      Why?
      • MFIs have access to an existing pool of
      • entrepreneurs
      • Local expertise and knowledge
      How?
      • MFIs guide borrowers to E+Co
      Low-end Business needs High-end Business needs MFI funds E+Co funds Introduction | Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Entrepreneurs
      • Collaboration with Microfinance Institutions
      Introduction | Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials Which MFIs?
      • India - SKS Microfinance; Share Microfin
      • Brazil - Fininvest
      • Mexico - Financiera Compartamos
      • South Africa – Microloan Foundation
      • Uganda – Microfinance Union
      What’s in it for the MFIs?
      • Option of partial (smaller proportion) funding of
      • the new high-end business
        • continued interest income
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture E N T R E P R E N E U R S F U N D I N G 100 million E X P A N S I O N N E W S E C T O R S Introduction |Entrepreneurs | Funding | New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Funding
      • Funding & Affiliates (Partners)
      1) Local Banks
      • Provide seed funding & growth capital
        • Why? Lesser default risk with E+Co supporting
        • the venture
      • Diversifies banks’ credit portfolio
      2) International Banks
      • Engage them in closing mega funds
        • Similar to Triodos Partnership
        • Potential partner: HSBC
      Introduction |Entrepreneurs | Funding | New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Funding
      • Funding & Affiliates (Partners)
      Introduction |Entrepreneurs | Funding | New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials 3) CSR-Conscious Corporations
      • Pitch E+Co’s capabilities of making significant
      • social impact
        • Potential for huge source of funding with
        • rising number of CSR-conscious companies
      4) Partnership with other like-minded organizations
      • Maintain existing partnerships like
      • Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
      • Further establishing new partnerships, especially
      • with local foundations
    • Increase Funding
      • Carbon Markets
      Carbon credit certification Large investees Small investees Engage in Carbon trading (Scale justifies cost) Establish E+Co Carbon Fund (ECF)
      • Corporation/ Institutions
      • Individuals
      Introduction |Entrepreneurs | Funding | New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Increase Funding Introduction |Entrepreneurs | Funding | New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials Individuals invest to companies (Kiva Model)
      • Online portal linked to GMS to provide
      • comprehensive borrower information
      • Should provide an avenue for individuals to
      • reduce their carbon footprints
        • High quality carbon offsets
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture E N T R E P R E N E U R S F U N D I N G 100 million E X P A N S I O N N E W S E C T O R S Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • International Profile - Current Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Expansion
      • Criteria for choosing new markets
        • Significant population
          • For maximum customer reach
        • Poverty indicators
        • Relative political stability in near future
      Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • After Expansion Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials Peru Mexico Congo Dem Rep Nigeria Tanzania Indonesia Chile Ethiopia Colombia Argentina
    • Expansion Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials Why?
      • High growth potential
        • A new set of entrepreneurs tapped into
        • Plenty of business opportunities for
        • clean energy entrepreneurs
      • In line with past strategy of entering into new
      • markets across continents
      • Spread socio-economic and environmental
      • benefits to newer regions
    • Vision 2020 Strong Business Model Learning Culture E N T R E P R E N E U R S F U N D I N G 100 million E X P A N S I O N N E W S E C T O R S Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Water sector Why Water?
      • Complementary to energy sector
        • Business Model replicable
      • Significant demand for water management in
      • developing world
      • Plenty of international organizations for support
        • WHO, SEAWUN (South East Asia Water
        • Utilities Network)
      Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials Encourage entrepreneurs with ideas of
      • Water provision
      • Water purification
      • Water conservation
    • Water sector Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials Where to focus?
      • Africa & parts of Asia
        • Low Actual Renewable Water Resources
        • (metre cube per person)
        • High Dependency Ratio on resources
        • For e.g. Uganda, India etc.
    • Implementation Plan 1) Increase Entrepreneurs 2) Increase Funding 3) Global Expansion 4) Water Sector 2008 2012 2016 2020 Outreach Seek MFI Growth!! New Partner ECF CDM One country a year Testing & Prep Expand Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials
    • Financials Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials NPV: $1.9mil CAGR 14.2%
    • Target Status
      • Customer base by 2020 113,370,968
      • Entrepreneur reach by 2020 42,235
      Introduction |Entrepreneurs |Funding| New Markets | New Sector | Timeline | Financials Vision 2020 Accomplished
    • THANK YOU Any Queries?
    • Slides for Further Analysis 1)Type of organization 15) Incremental Income Stat. 2)E+Co’s Strategy and Culture 16) Meeting entrepreneur target 3)Direct Investing 17) Meeting Customer target 4)Selection of New Markets 18) NPV 5)Number of markets 6)Education Programmes 7)MFI collaboration 8)Kyoto Protocol 9)Cost of Carbon Certification 10)Differentiating for online individual investors 11) Water & Energy 12) CSR conscious companies 13)Tipping Point 14)Pitch for Carbon Fund 15) Benefits of workshop Start Entrepreneurs Funding Expansion Water Time + Financials
    • Type of Organization
      • 3 Levels of Org
        • Non-profit, Not-for-profit, For-profit
      • According to E+Co’s audited financial statement, E+Co is a not-for-profit. They aim to develop business AND make money for sustainability
    • E+Co’s Strategy and Culture
      • Two-headline strategy:
        • Tradition of Experimentation will Continue
        • Funds and Affiliates Approach Adopted to Tap Growth Potential
      • Culture:
        • Flexible, creative and open
    • Why involve in high risk direct investing?
      • Necessary to achieve the targets because
        • Increases local presence
        • Better able to adapt local needs
        • Allows for Width investing and pave way for depth investing subsequently
    • Selection of new markets
      • South Africa used as a reasonable benchmark
      • Population statistics from UN ESA year 2005
      • GNP figures dated 1998 from World Bank
      5,861 4,180 7,450 740 2,407 11,728 GNP per capita (PPP$) 44 946 Columbia 27 274 Peru 104 266 Mexico 141 356 Nigeria 226 063 Indonesia 38 747 Argentina Population (thousands) Country
    • Why only few new markets targeted?
      • Penetrate in existing markets
        • Depth investing
      • Targeted markets allow for maximum developing world coverage
        • China, India, Brazil, Indonesia, Argentina, Bangladesh, Nigeria
      • Political or economic instability eliminates a lot of markets
      • Resource limitations
    • Education/training programme
      • Partner entrepreneur schools to get people to start up a business
      • Target people with entrepreneur spirit, want to make money with any business. Encourage them to clean energy business. Channel their entrepreneurial spirit into clean energy business and give them funding.
      • Field work team will have training and talks on clean energy business
      • Toolkit self-select. They have ideas already. Now we can reach people who don’t know what they want to do.
    • Why would E+Co want to implement the training workshop? E+Co Target Audience Convert E+Co Programme Attendees Convert Field Work Workshop
    • Will target segment of MFI be in line with target of E+Co?
      • MFIs target segment
        • Low-end borrowers = not E+Co’s target
        • Higher-end borrowers = E+Co comes in
          • When MFI borrowers big enough to step up to higher-end businesses
            • E+Co provides
              • Funding
              • Training & Service Support
            • E+Co acts as a subsitute for local bank lending
    • Expire of Kyoto Protocol in 2012?
      • Trend likely to continue as countries increase efforts to battle global warming
      • Market is rather established thus likely to further grow
      • Ratification of protocol by Australia (check)
    • Why is it costly and administratively demanding for certification of carbon credit?
      • Require independent verification by third party according to ISO/ IEC Guide 17030 and get Letter of Approval from government
    • How E+Co differentiate from the other online investing businesses?
      • E+Co provides high quality carbon offsets (additionality principle that are highly regarded for carbon-conscious consumers.)
    • Will water initiative cannibalize the energy initiative?
      • Pool of entrepreneurs big enough
      • There are entrepreneur-wannabes who are interested in the area of water
      • Increase pool of entrepreneurs through field work
    • Why would CSR conscious companies choose E+Co?
      • Differentiating factors
        • Unique and proven business model
        • Able to achieve sustainable social development
        • Achieve triple bottom line performance
    • Reach tipping point sooner?
      • Wouldn’t reach tipping point by 2020
        • Too many developing countries
          • Too many opportunities
        • Energy alternatives will take time to develop scale
      • If tipping point reached
        • Exposure to other sectors would help
          • Eg. Water, Disease control
    • What is the sales pitch to convince institutional investors for carbon fund?
      • CSR conscious firms
      • Environmental friendly institutions
      • Government funding
    • Customer Target
    • Entrepreneur Target
    • Incremental Revenue     1,082,140 689,074 464,340 325,518   TOTAL grow at 1% per year   2,823 2,713 2,607 2,505 248,017 Other income Growth of 27% (approximation from energy market of 30%)   337,585 129,768 49,883 -   Interest income water sector First 2 year grow at 10% and subsequently 15% until last 2 years at 10%   325,588 203,464 116,331 66,513 604,660 Interest Income Program revenue grow at 10%   130,065 88,836 60,676 41,443 376,753 Program Revenue grow at 5% per year for 5 years and drop 1% each year after to reach a rate of 2% each year F&A 286,080 264,293 234,843 215,058 4,096,342 Contributions Growth rate Initiative 2020 2016 2012 2008 Average Revenue and Support     Projected    
    • Incremental Expense             $1,897,532 NPV             7% Cost of capital                     595,453 309,138 168,173 93,820 (3,922,725) Increase in Net Assets     486,687 379,936 296,168 231,698 3,922,725 TOTAL     20,000 25,000 50,000 - - Costs of entering water sector     1,299,403 70,527 40,324 - - Costs of entering new markets     597,975 575,975 553,975 542,975 - Initiative to increase entrepreneurs conservative est to grow expense at 5%   22,465 18,482 15,205 12,510 238,278 Other conservative est at a high rate of 12% to 10% F&A & Carbon Mkt 146,492 100,056 65,910 42,264 314,467 Grant Procurement Increases at 5% due to inflation   62,970 51,806 42,621 35,064 667,892 Management and General Increases at 5% due to inflation   254,760 209,591 172,431 141,860 2,702,089 Program Service               Expenses
    •       25,000     Market Research   8000 10000 20,000   40% Marketing   6000 7500 15,000   30% Employing new staff   6000 7500 15,000   30% Setting up office   20,000 25,000 50,000     4. New Business                 519,761 28,211 16,130   40% Employing new staff   779,642 42,316 24,194   60% Setting up office   1,299,403 70,527 40,324   667892 3. New Markets                 98,693 67,409 46,041 31,447 314,467 2. Grant Procurement               Value for maintaining toolkit 2500 2500 2500 2500   The Entrepreneur Toolkit $500 quarterly for outreach 70,000 62,000 54,000 50,000   Outreach Programs (4 times a year) $50 Retaining costs per entrepreneur 402,975 402,975 402,975 402,975   Retaining $3500 yearly on marketing 122,500 108,500 94,500 87,500   Tap into MFIs   597,975 575,975 553,975 542,975   1. Increase entrepreneurs   2020 2016 2012 2008 Historical Average           INCREMENTAL EXPENSES
    • THANK YOU