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SOCIAL
I N N O V A T I O N
~ A N D B U S I N E S S F O R G O O D ~
IDEAS
THEORY
CREATE
IDEAS
THEORY
CREATE
SOCIAL
P R O B L E M S
Favelas Painting
(Rio de Janeiro)
Haas & Hahn
Duo artist from Holland
Favelas = Slum
Crowded, unsanitary, and crime areas
Painting walls of houses in Favelas1st Project: right after barbeque
2nd Project: collaboration with artist
Painted by local youngsters
1.711
Backers
$ 116.655
Raised
hen The Beach Met The B
(Lisa Be, New York)
Painting walls of houses in Favelas
Make environment colorful
Social Change
Happiness, Economy, Social Interactivity
Kampung Jodipan, Malang
HelpDesk
(Aarambh, India)
Turning cardboard into bag
Which also can be arranged into a desk
Distributed to schools
in rural areas
When The Beach Met The Bay
(Lisa Be, New York)
SOCIAL
P R O B L E M S
SOCIAL
P R O B L E M S
SOCIAL
I N N O V A T I O N
SOCIAL
I N N O V A T I O N
BUSINESS FOR GOOD
One For One
SOCIAL
I N N O V A T I O N
SOCIAL
I N N O V A T I O N
SOCIAL
B U S I N E S S
IDEAS
THEORY
CREATE
IDEAS
THEORY
CREATE
IDEAS
THEORY
CREATE
SOCIAL
ENTREPRENEUR
“A person who establishes an enterprise
with the aim of solving social problems”
MAKING MONEY
IN ORDER TO
LIFT OTHERS
GROW TOGETHER
I WANNA BE
SOCIAL
ENTREPRENEUR!
Problem?
Business is business
5 THINGS TO ASK YOURSELF
(1)
PROBLEM
& FOCUS
Social:
What is the one issue
you are trying to tackle?
Enterprise:
What is the one thing you’re
trying to deliver to customers?
Where focus goes,
energy flows
(2)
MARKET
Social:
Who are you trying to help and
how big is the potential impact?
Enterprise:
Who is your customer and how
big is the potential market?
K.Y.CKNOW YOUR COSTUMER
Product-Market Fit
(3)
STATUS
QUO
Social:
Is there a problem with
the current solution
your beneficiary have?
Enterprise:
Is there a problem wit
the current solution
your customer have?
USE DATA
(4)
VALUE
PROPOSITION
Social:
How is your solution better
than the status quo?
Enterprise:
How is your product/service
delivering the right value/ solve
your customer’s pain point?
BUILD
MEASURE
LEARN
REPEAT
(5)
TIMING
Social Enterprise:
Why now? Why us?
TEAM
SCALABILITY & ROI
J.A.MJust Add the Money
1. Are you focused?
2. Is your market promising?
3. What’s the problem with the status quo?
4. How is your value relevant ...
IDEAS
THEORY
CREATE
IDEAS
THEORY
CREATE
IDEAS
THEORY
CREATE
mau bikin gerakan
yang ga wacana
we don’t need
great plan
MVP
we need
minimum viable product
They don’t build
the product.
Instead, they
create a video
70.000 emails overnight
First thing he do:
Throw a Party
$15.000
For clean water in Uganda
$15.000
21.118 water projects funded
6.400.000 people get clean water
MVP
that is
minimum viable product
Let’s Start
1. Are you focused?
2. Is your market promising?
3. What’s the problem with the status quo?
4. How is your value relevant ...
• Biggest risk: Make something no
one wants
• Not Launching = Not Learning
• Put something real, get real
feedback ASAP
Ab...
GOOD LUCK
AND GOD SPEED
@ i q b a l h a p e
iqbalhariadi.com | iqbal@kitabisa.com
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Stories about social business and social movement. I present you some case studies, 5 guiding questions for you to start a social business, and a glimpse about minimum viable product

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Social Innovation & Business For Good

  1. 1. SOCIAL I N N O V A T I O N ~ A N D B U S I N E S S F O R G O O D ~
  2. 2. IDEAS THEORY CREATE
  3. 3. IDEAS THEORY CREATE
  4. 4. SOCIAL P R O B L E M S
  5. 5. Favelas Painting (Rio de Janeiro)
  6. 6. Haas & Hahn Duo artist from Holland
  7. 7. Favelas = Slum Crowded, unsanitary, and crime areas
  8. 8. Painting walls of houses in Favelas1st Project: right after barbeque
  9. 9. 2nd Project: collaboration with artist
  10. 10. Painted by local youngsters
  11. 11. 1.711 Backers $ 116.655 Raised
  12. 12. hen The Beach Met The B (Lisa Be, New York) Painting walls of houses in Favelas
  13. 13. Make environment colorful
  14. 14. Social Change Happiness, Economy, Social Interactivity
  15. 15. Kampung Jodipan, Malang
  16. 16. HelpDesk (Aarambh, India)
  17. 17. Turning cardboard into bag
  18. 18. Which also can be arranged into a desk
  19. 19. Distributed to schools in rural areas
  20. 20. When The Beach Met The Bay (Lisa Be, New York)
  21. 21. SOCIAL P R O B L E M S
  22. 22. SOCIAL P R O B L E M S SOCIAL I N N O V A T I O N
  23. 23. SOCIAL I N N O V A T I O N
  24. 24. BUSINESS FOR GOOD One For One
  25. 25. SOCIAL I N N O V A T I O N
  26. 26. SOCIAL I N N O V A T I O N SOCIAL B U S I N E S S
  27. 27. IDEAS THEORY CREATE
  28. 28. IDEAS THEORY CREATE
  29. 29. IDEAS THEORY CREATE
  30. 30. SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR
  31. 31. “A person who establishes an enterprise with the aim of solving social problems”
  32. 32. MAKING MONEY
  33. 33. IN ORDER TO LIFT OTHERS
  34. 34. GROW TOGETHER
  35. 35. I WANNA BE SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR!
  36. 36. Problem?
  37. 37. Business is business
  38. 38. 5 THINGS TO ASK YOURSELF
  39. 39. (1) PROBLEM & FOCUS
  40. 40. Social: What is the one issue you are trying to tackle?
  41. 41. Enterprise: What is the one thing you’re trying to deliver to customers?
  42. 42. Where focus goes, energy flows
  43. 43. (2) MARKET
  44. 44. Social: Who are you trying to help and how big is the potential impact?
  45. 45. Enterprise: Who is your customer and how big is the potential market?
  46. 46. K.Y.CKNOW YOUR COSTUMER
  47. 47. Product-Market Fit
  48. 48. (3) STATUS QUO
  49. 49. Social: Is there a problem with the current solution your beneficiary have?
  50. 50. Enterprise: Is there a problem wit the current solution your customer have?
  51. 51. USE DATA
  52. 52. (4) VALUE PROPOSITION
  53. 53. Social: How is your solution better than the status quo?
  54. 54. Enterprise: How is your product/service delivering the right value/ solve your customer’s pain point?
  55. 55. BUILD MEASURE LEARN REPEAT
  56. 56. (5) TIMING
  57. 57. Social Enterprise: Why now? Why us?
  58. 58. TEAM
  59. 59. SCALABILITY & ROI
  60. 60. J.A.MJust Add the Money
  61. 61. 1. Are you focused? 2. Is your market promising? 3. What’s the problem with the status quo? 4. How is your value relevant / better? 5. Why is now the right time?
  62. 62. IDEAS THEORY CREATE
  63. 63. IDEAS THEORY CREATE
  64. 64. IDEAS THEORY CREATE
  65. 65. mau bikin gerakan
  66. 66. yang ga wacana
  67. 67. we don’t need great plan
  68. 68. MVP we need minimum viable product
  69. 69. They don’t build the product. Instead, they create a video
  70. 70. 70.000 emails overnight
  71. 71. First thing he do: Throw a Party
  72. 72. $15.000 For clean water in Uganda
  73. 73. $15.000 21.118 water projects funded 6.400.000 people get clean water
  74. 74. MVP that is minimum viable product
  75. 75. Let’s Start
  76. 76. 1. Are you focused? 2. Is your market promising? 3. What’s the problem with the status quo? 4. How is your value relevant / better? 5. Why is now the right time? 6. What is your MVP?
  77. 77. • Biggest risk: Make something no one wants • Not Launching = Not Learning • Put something real, get real feedback ASAP About Idea Validation
  78. 78. GOOD LUCK AND GOD SPEED
  79. 79. @ i q b a l h a p e iqbalhariadi.com | iqbal@kitabisa.com

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