Measuring the Social + Economic Impact of Investing in Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets
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Thierry Sanders, Founder and Director - BiD Network - The Netherlands

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  • 1. Social Entrepreneurship & Metrics in developing countries TBLI - Nov 12th 2009
  • 2. Social Entrepreneurship For profit? or Not-for profit?
  • 3. Social Entrepreneurship? Social entrepreneurship is the work of a social entrepreneur. A social entrepreneur is someone who recognizes a social problem and uses entrepreneurial principles to organize, create, and manage a venture to make social change. Whereas a business entrepreneur typically measures performance in profit and return, a social entrepreneur assesses success in terms of the impact s/he has on society as well as in profit and return. While social entrepreneurs often work through nonprofits and citizen groups , many now are working in the private and governmental sectors and making important impacts on society. Source:Wikipedia 
  • 4. Dilemmas in metrics
    • The not-for profits …. which goals ?
    • Do multinationals contribute to development ?
    • The maximisation of X ?
    • SMEs in developing countries … some ideas
  • 5. Not-for profits: which goals?
    • Jobs
    • Homes
    • Access to energy
    • Women
    • Biodiversity
    • Happines
    • Revenue generation
    • … .. Efficient use of funds
    ?
  • 6. www.socialevaluator.eu
  • 7. Do multinationals contribute to development ? www.mdgscan.com
  • 8. The maximisation of X
    • Access to clean energy (E+Co, GVEP)
    • Access to drinking water (Aguas Claras)
    • Micro-credits (Oikocredit)
    • Real medicine (Medicine Shoppe-Acumen)
    • Internet connections for all (InfoDev, IICD)
    • … .
  • 9. BiD Network: Maximising SMEs started & jobs created (per Euro of budget) Since 2005 … 300 SMEs started and created 3000 direct jobs = €15,000 per SME and €1500 per job 7000 500 100 250 50
  • 10. Job creation efficiencies
    • Joint Strike Fighter € 5 million / job
    • Green energy jobs(Spain) € 500,000 / job
    • Spanish private sector € 250,000 / job
    • Obama’s package € 150,000 / job
    • Dutch re-employment € 70,000 / job
    • BiD Network € 1,500 / job
    • ICCO € 1,000 / job
    • ProCredit € 300 / job
  • 11. Focus on jobs can be deadly Sales Jobs 2:1 5:3  Sales are the key to sustainable jobs Sales Jobs 2:1 3:1 Profits Profits
  • 12. Sales growth (& jobs) are the USP of an SME MNCs 8% max. SMEs 25-27% for multiple years Micros 200% in 1st months, then 0%
  • 13. BiD Network is testing a webbased system for developing country SMEs Sales Jobs Investment Country Input-Output table Indirect jobs Jobs for the poor Cash to the poor
  • 14. Take-Away
    • www.socialevaluator.eu
    • www.mdgscan.com
    • Global impact investing network (look for IRIS)
    THANK YOU ! [email_address]