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Eyaas - online commerce for social goods - all things hand-made or green

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Presentation given by Eyaas (www.eyaas.com) at CSR Pune and Net Impact networking event (2011) to enable CSR leaders and professionals to learn, network and contribute to social organization. …

Presentation given by Eyaas (www.eyaas.com) at CSR Pune and Net Impact networking event (2011) to enable CSR leaders and professionals to learn, network and contribute to social organization.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MolqaAghYao

Representative - Pallavi Singh Keshri

Eyaas is all things hand-made, hand-crafted and green. It brings crafts from all over the world with information not only about what you are buying and how it is made, but also who made it. Eyaas brings you a more enriching experience of all things hand-made and geen.

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  • 1. www.eyaas.com Crafting a futureEstd. November 2009
  • 2. The Rationale “The dispersed, unorganized and often household based micro and small enterprises(SMEs) are capital saving, labor intensive, and environment friendly tools of inclusion. In India, they are the largest source ofemployment after agriculture and are found in both rural and urban areas”. - Planning Commission of India, 11th Plan Report
  • 3. How We Work Two Distinct Groups 2.Independent Artisans and Producers3.Producer groups, Community Organizations and Non-profits Business Model Revenue Sharing – 50% - 70% Profit Sharing - 20 %
  • 4. The Supply SideIdentifying & Ensure Inventory Initiating at EyaasContacts with DisbursementOrganizations Centre Make Page LiveVerification of OrganizingOperations & ProductSelection of Inventory & Products Pricing
  • 5. Artisans/Orgs to ConsumerEyaas disburses earnings on a monthly basis
  • 6. Who Have We Served – Our PartnersAndretta Pottery Arunim Collection of organizations working with people of disability Dhonk Livelihoods for Mogiya Tribals (Tiger Poaching Community)
  • 7. Our Challenges• Diffused & Underdeveloped Sector• Turn around time• Producer mind-set• Inventory Management• Reliable IT set-up• Getting together the product online• Reaching the end consumer
  • 8. Where do we need help• Legal – Privacy Policy, Return Policy, Shipping Policy• PR – Getting across consumers through PR – Company Newsletters, Magazines, Newspapers etc• Photography - • Newsletter & Blog
  • 9. There is a link between Culture, Ecology & Environment.Thank You in helping us establish that link.
  • 10. Questions ?