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  • September 14th, 2011 Proposal Symposium on Social Finance/Social Business Competition Organized by ARUN/ARUN LAB In cooperation with CJCC Table of Contents:0. Background of the Symposium and Business Competition1. Aim of the Symposium and Business Competition2. Dates of Symposium and Business Competition3. Content of Symposium4. Content of Business Competition5. Expected Outcome0. Background of the Symposium and Business Competition ARUN, LLC;the pioneer of social investment fund in Japan, has over 50 investors(called partners) and is investing for the social enterprises in Cambodia. On 3rd December, 2010,celebrating ARUN’s 1st anniversary and launch of its local office, ARUN held a symposium atPhnom Penh to promote social enterprise and social investment,and to build a network inCambodia. This year as our 2ndanniversary, in addition to the previous symposium, we aim tohave a Business Competition to solve the social problems, to cultivate, and nurture new socialenterpriseamong students from Cambodia and Japan.1. Aim of the Symposium and Business Competition- To promote social enterprise and social investment in Cambodia- To build the network of leaders and managers of social enterprise and financial institutions inCambodia- To cultivate the social entrepreneur of the next generation- To facilitate interaction between Cambodian and Japanese students- To increase recognition of ARUN and build strong relationship with stakeholders 1
  • 2. Date and venueof the Symposium and Business CompetitionNovember 22nd to 25th 2011, Tuesday to Friday22nd Students meet in Phnom Penh, icebreaking session 23rd: Visiting Social enterprise and rural area (urban and rural area)24th: Preparing for the Business Competition (place offered by CJCC*)25th: Presentation of the Business Competition and ARUN Symposium (place offered byCJCC*)(*) CJCC: abbreviation for Cambodian Japanese Cooperation Centerhttp://cjcc.edu.kh/3. Contents of SymposiumDate: 25th November 2011 Symposium 14:30-17:00 (registration starts at 14:00) Reception 17:00-19:00 Business Competition award ceremony: the winner will present their plan during the Symposium.*Lunch and Reception set-up at CJCC (catering service).Program:- The symposium contains speech from ARUN and CJCC, report from ARUN investees, presentation by the finalist of the business competition, and panel discussion among leading social investment companies.- Reception is planned to be a buffet style. During the buffet, we plan to organize a self-introduction and business card exchange sessionto the participants to know each other.- As a general rule, this Symposium is only for those who are invited. For part of CJCC members, we plan to announce the Symposium, yet attend number is limited. Fees will not be collected from invited guests.*Speakers and guests are to be finalized soon.At this point, we are planning to have people belowas the speaker and panelists. Janice Wilson (Arjuni) Kao Kok(Oikocredit) 2
  •  Tsuzaki Hiroyuki (ARUN), Bas Rozemuller (IFC) MicaelaRatini (Insitor)< Symposium Program Schedule> Nov 25th2011 Time Event PIC1400 Registration of Participants1430 Opening Remarks Kono1435 Short Speech CJCC1440 Presentation of ARUN, LLC Samrach1500 Report from investees1 Janice Wilson (Arjuni)1510 Report from investees2 TBD (Perfexcom)1520 Business Competition Presentation Winner of business plan contest1530 Break Moderator: TBD Panelist; Panel Discussion Kao Kok (Oikocredit) ,1545 "How can we invest and promote social enterprises in Tsuzaki Hiroyuki (ARUN), Cambodia?" Bas Rozemuller (IFC) MicaelaRatini (Insitor)1645 Concluding Remarks Kono * Photos1700 Reception (Buffet Style) * Card-exchanging party1900 End of Symposium4. Content of Business CompetitionDate:November 22nd- 24th 2011 22nd Students meet in Phnom Penh, icebreaking session 23rd: Visiting Social enterprise and rural area (urban and rural area) 3
  • 24th: Preparing for the Business Competition (place offered by CJCC)November 25th(Fri)Presentation of the business idea by each group 9:00~12:00 (12:00~ lunch @CJCC)<Purpose>・ To promote better understanding of social enterprise and socially responsible investment for the youth of leading the future of Cambodia・ To gain the know-how of realizing the idea and experience practical business cases through feedbacks from the competition・ To create trigger for further cooperation in the same domain by interaction of Cambodian and Japanese students.<Theme>“To find a solution for social issues through business”Background of Theme setting 1. Students are allowed to pick up either “Urban” or “Rural” area as the location where their planning business targeting. Cambodian students might tend to choose “Urban” area because of more realistic business opportunity. And also, it is worried that even Cambodian students do not know much about rural areas and what types of business are actually operated because of their lack of life experience in the areas. Therefore, the theme provides two options rather than forcing to choose rural areas.2. Though the term of “Social Issues”still sounds abstract, the theme aims that both Cambodian and Japanese students can discuss what are the real “Social Issues” Cambodia has. They are expected to identify the issues by sharing and discussing their life experience in Japan and Cambodia.<The flow of the business competition>10 Japanese students and 10 Cambodian students are going to participate. Each team is composedof 2 Japanese students and two Cambodian students. Below are the timeline of the program.1. Select “urban area” or “rural area”2. Decide the “social problem” in the selected area 4
  • 3. Produce business idea which contributes to solve the social problem4. Substantiate the idea, and prepare the presentation which attract social investor5. On the day of symposium,each group presentation will be performed before the judges. Thewinning team will be givenprize and points.<Criteria of selecting students participating in the business competition>1. Students who can communicate in English through the contest2. Students who have a keen interest and ambition towards the solution of social problemsthrough business3. Students who have a certain amount of knowledge about business<Schedule of business competition>The below 4 days are the days within our schedule to visitthe social enterprise and sites of urbanand rural areas. The students will be divided up into teams and from either urban or rural area,they are to discover the problems those areas hold and to create a business idea that contributes tosolving those problems~November 22ndThe Japanese student participants will arrive at Phnom Penh**Upon the students’ entry and departure, we plan meeting at Phnom Penh.With academics in mind, we expect participants’ desire for a tour, additional visit to socialenterprise, or any individual demands and for those we will deal individually.November 22nd- AM: First acquaintance with Japanese and Cambodian students (place: Phnom Penh restaurants for example)- PM: Tour Phnom Penh central area (for students’ ice-breaking, further understanding of urban space, discovering ideas and problems together)- Evening: both Japanese students and Cambodian students will stay at hotel in Phnom PenhThe first day, 22nd, is for both of the students to meet, and by touring the central area of PhnomPenh, they are to have deeper understandings of Cambodia’s present condition and to increase 5
  • interaction within the teams. The 3nights after 22nd, each team consisting of 4 members will stayin the same room at the hotel. It is for those students to be able to interact and brainstorm the ideasfor the competition.November 23rd (Wed)AM: Visiting Social Investment Company in Phnom Penh (*)PM: Visiting CEDAC and farmer communities that CEDAC supports in rural districtEvening: Stay a night at rural district (+)(*) Company to visit is TBD(+) TBD, but may stay at hotel in Phnom Penh On day 2, attendants are going to visit Social Investment Company in Phnom Penh and ruraldistrict area. Within this, they will hear about how the company grew up, advices on their styleof work. In the afternoon, they are going to visit to rural district to communicate and discuss withpeople in communities. People in communities are the supported members of CEDAC. Duringthis stay, they will hear about their life style, needs, and problems that they are facing now. If possible, attendees will stay a night in hotel around rural area. If not, they will stay in samehotel that used in first day.November 24th (Thu) - Prepare for presentation at CJCC - They will have a short presentation on their idea, marketing, and production in the morning,afternoon, and evening. On day 3, attendants will gather in group (groups were made already in first day) and discuss ontheir business plan. In morning, afternoon, and evening, they will have a time for shortpresentation to tell about their business plan. In the presentation, they will present about theiridea, marketing, and production point of view. From this short presentation, advisors willdiscuss and point out for better content.(*) Electing on advisory person. Person will be from CJCC, social enterprises in Cambodia, andARUN, LLC. 6
  • November 25th (Fri)AM: Present their business idea and elect one winner.PM: Present elected groups during the session of ARUN Symposium On day 3, the last day, attendees will present their business plan to invited judges. Invitedjudges are from people in Social Investment Company, CJCC, ARUN, and others. From thepresentation, judges will elect one excellent idea group as the winner of the competition. Theelected groupis going to have a time to present at ARUN Symposium in afternoon.(*) Electing on judges.November 26th (Sat) and later Japanese students will flight back to Japan.5. Expected Outcome Our expectations are as follows on providing Symposium and Business Competition to thestudents.  Promotion of entrepreneurship among participants  Promotion of social enterprise and social investment (planned panel discussion is supposed to be the first attempt of this kind)  Create learning space for youth in the area of social entrepreneurshipIn addition, for CJCC  Increased recognition in Cambodia (especially among students, social enterprises and social investment institutions)  Increased recognition among Japanese business persons  Long term support opportunity for top class students who attended the programAnd for ARUN  Networking with stakeholders in Cambodia  Finding new investment company 7
  •  Mobilize youth who could cooperate with ARUN’s mission End 8