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  • 1. 4 Billion Neglected in the marketplace | Pay a poverty premium | Social Entrepreneurs help empower the poor but resources are limited
  • 2. Saturated and highly competitiveMNCs and Companies marketplace | In search of new customers | High unemployment
  • 3. Opportunity• Telcos, micro-finance in the BoP show great penetration and success• Next major wave: Low-cost housing, off-grid energy, food, water, sanitation, education, transport, infrastructure, home appliance, lifestyle products and services• There is no center to orchestrate this massive market opportunity
  • 4. Building High-Potential Partnerships IDENTIFICATION Broad Networks In-Depth Vetting Market Entry PLANNING Strategic Assessment Scaling Methodology Bundling Potential Social impact Goals FORMATION External Sector Expertise Partnership and Investment Structuring IMPLEMENTATION Translation Venture Launch
  • 5. Project • Soft-power marketingINNOVATION • Social Micro-Franchising GOAL • Roll out SaniShop micro-franchise across India, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam & South Africa • Sell 10MM toilets in 5 years OUR • Bundled Solutions ROLE • Franchising Model • Replication Strategy
  • 6. SaniShop Micro-FranchiseThe Poor As Entrepreneurs | Creating Jobs | Affordability & Access
  • 7. Impact More toilets, better health | Better sanitation, health and education
  • 8. Converting Poverty into MarketsSustainably-Billions of Customers-Many Sectors-Blue Oceon Marketplace-Massive Volumes Production-Economies of Scale-Extreme Affordability-Mitigate Waste-Cut intermediaries-Efficient supply chain-Create Jobs-Helping People HelpThemselves
  • 9. Focus Areas Approaches Clean Energy Access to Markets Jobs Capacity BuildingWater & Sanitation EntrepreneurshipSocial/Sustainable Innovative Partnership Enterprise Market-Based New Business Model
  • 10. Networks
  • 11. Alleviating Poverty | Creating Jobs | Sustainable Revenue | Quality Of LifePresident Clinton’s Commitment@CGI 2011 NewYork
  • 12. Transforming Poverty into BOP HUB Sustainable MarketplaceEquity, Trade, Jobs & Progress

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