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Developed Countries
60% of individuals had eye treatment
“And in the end, it's
not the years in your
life that count. It's the
life in your years.”
– Lincoln
Education
“And in the end, it's
not the years in your
life that count. It's the
life in your years.”
– Lincoln
Livelihood
“And in the end, it's
not the years in your
life that count. It's the
life in your years.”
– Lincoln
Independence
1 2 3
Prescription Glasses
too expensive
3
Restricted access
1 2
SLUM
CITY
3
Wrong size,
strength or look
1 2
Glasses at raw material cost of $1
All that is needed:
Wire, Lenses, Shrinking Tube
One-stop-shop Solution
1 2
Customizable Look
Clip-on Lenses
Adjustable Pupil
Distance & Temples
Economic Empowerment
1 2
Unemployed &
Disadvantaged
2 week
Training
Production
Team and
Entrepreneurs
1 2
Churches & Schools
Stage:
1 2
Mobile Shops
Stage:
Presbyopia
Myopia &
Hyperopia
Worst
Cases OFPHIL
Contribution
$0.42
$0.58
$3.50
$1.72 COGS
Overheads & Marketing
VAT
$0.78
Cost of Glasses
$2.00 Micro-Entrepreneur
$5.50 P...
Glasses
End Price
End-End
Cost
Added Value
CHARITY
High Level of Customization Little to No Customization
$5.50
Economic A...
Glasses
End Price
End-End
Cost
Added Value
PRE-FAB
High Level of Customization Limited Customization
$5.50
Economic Advanc...
Glasses
End Price
End-End
Cost
Added Value
HARAMBEE VISION PRESCRIPTION
High Level of Customization High Level of Customiz...
Milestones
$350,00
Established an
exclusive
partnership with
OneDollarGlasses
Start Training in
Philippines
Begin Operatio...
Milestones
$350,00
Begin Operations-
Philippines
Monitoring And
Evaluation-
Philippines
Develop Initial
Traction-
Guatemal...
COMMUNITIES TO EMPOWER
SCHOOL CHANNELS TO SERVE
READY TO
BEGIN
Bohol North Eastern Area
12 communities
65,900 people
In pa...
“Our office will help assist
Harambee Vision should the
team implement their business
model here”
“A truly innovative mode...
 	
   Revenues	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
  
	
  	
   	
  	
   Units	
  sold	
   60.000	
   15...
Yr. 1 Yr. 2 Yr. 3 Yr. 4 Yr. 5
5
MM
10
MM
15
MM
20
MM
25
MM
3.9 MM
24 MM
CUMULATIVE
IMPACT
Yr. 1 Yr. 2 Yr. 3 Yr. 4 Yr. 5
5
MM
10
MM
15
MM
20
MM
25
MM
CUMULATIVE
IMPACT
3.9 MM
24 MM
Yr. 1 Yr. 2 Yr. 3 Yr. 4 Yr. 5
5
MM
10
MM
15
MM
20
MM
25
MM
CUMULATIVE
IMPACT
3.9 MM
24 MM
THE HARAMBEE TEAM
BIJAN TAMARA GABRIEL MICHAELA RUBEN
GEN. MANAGEMENT MARKETING BUS. DEVELOPMENT MEDICAL OUTREACH PRODUCT ...
“Let’s all pull together”
THANK
YOU
Clinton Global Initiative Hult Prize Finalist Presentation - Harambee
Clinton Global Initiative Hult Prize Finalist Presentation - Harambee
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Clinton Global Initiative Hult Prize Finalist Presentation - Harambee

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For this year's Hult Prize, Big Fish Presentations was given the task to design a presentation and coach the Dubai team Harambee to present in front of select judges during the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative in New York City.

For more information on the Hult Prize see here:
http://www.hultprizesix.com/

For more information on Harambee, please see here: https://www.facebook.com/harambeeorganisation

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Clinton Global Initiative Hult Prize Finalist Presentation - Harambee

  1. 1. Developed Countries 60% of individuals had eye treatment
  2. 2. “And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.” – Lincoln Education
  3. 3. “And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.” – Lincoln Livelihood
  4. 4. “And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.” – Lincoln Independence
  5. 5. 1 2 3 Prescription Glasses too expensive
  6. 6. 3 Restricted access 1 2 SLUM CITY
  7. 7. 3 Wrong size, strength or look 1 2
  8. 8. Glasses at raw material cost of $1
  9. 9. All that is needed: Wire, Lenses, Shrinking Tube
  10. 10. One-stop-shop Solution 1 2 Customizable Look Clip-on Lenses Adjustable Pupil Distance & Temples
  11. 11. Economic Empowerment 1 2
  12. 12. Unemployed & Disadvantaged 2 week Training Production Team and Entrepreneurs
  13. 13. 1 2 Churches & Schools Stage:
  14. 14. 1 2 Mobile Shops Stage:
  15. 15. Presbyopia Myopia & Hyperopia Worst Cases OFPHIL
  16. 16. Contribution $0.42 $0.58 $3.50 $1.72 COGS Overheads & Marketing VAT $0.78 Cost of Glasses $2.00 Micro-Entrepreneur $5.50 Price to the end-user
  17. 17. Glasses End Price End-End Cost Added Value CHARITY High Level of Customization Little to No Customization $5.50 Economic Advancement, Community Driven Good Karma for the Donor $4.70 $0.00 $20.49 HARAMBEE VISION
  18. 18. Glasses End Price End-End Cost Added Value PRE-FAB High Level of Customization Limited Customization $5.50 Economic Advancement, Community Driven Cost Effective through Bulk Purchasing $4.70 $6.50 $6.50 HARAMBEE VISION
  19. 19. Glasses End Price End-End Cost Added Value HARAMBEE VISION PRESCRIPTION High Level of Customization High Level of Customization $5.50 Economic Advancement, Community Driven Perfect Fit $4.70 $75.00 $25.00
  20. 20. Milestones $350,00 Established an exclusive partnership with OneDollarGlasses Start Training in Philippines Begin Operations- Philippines Monitoring And Evaluation- Philippines Develop Initial Traction- Guatemala Y0 Q1/Y1 Q2/Y1 Q3/Y1 Q4/Y1
  21. 21. Milestones $350,00 Begin Operations- Philippines Monitoring And Evaluation- Philippines Develop Initial Traction- Guatemala Q2/Y1 Q3/Y1 Q4/Y1 Y2 Y3 Monitoring And Evaluation- Philippines Develop Initial Traction- Guatemala $300,00 $200,00
  22. 22. COMMUNITIES TO EMPOWER SCHOOL CHANNELS TO SERVE READY TO BEGIN Bohol North Eastern Area 12 communities 65,900 people In partnership with Local Government Units 17 public schools in Leyte 15 public schools in Negros Oriental In partnership with Department of Education
  23. 23. “Our office will help assist Harambee Vision should the team implement their business model here” “A truly innovative model that leverages on community networks”
  24. 24.     Revenues                                   Units  sold   60.000   150.000   390.000   780.000   1.500.000               Price/pair  of  glasses    $3,50      $3,50      $3,50      $3,50      $3,50                 Net  Income/pair  of  glasses    $3,03      $3,03      $3,03      $3,03      $3,03                 Total  sales    $184.800      $462.000      $1.188.600      $2.377.200      $4.569.600                                                 Cost                                   COGS    $104.100      $249.675      $637.275      $1.274.550      $2.449.230                 Gross  Margin    $80.700      $212.325      $551.325      $1.102.650      $2.120.370                 MarkeHng  expense    $9.240      $23.100      $59.430      $118.860      $228.480                 Other  manufacturing  expenses    $3.840      $11.520      $19.200      $34.560      $61.440                 Country  Director  /  Trainer    $7.800      $15.990      $24.590      $25.819      $27.110                 Head  of  Manufacturing  (+  Quality  assurance)    $3.600      $10.800      $18.000      $32.400      $57.600                 Head  of  Sales      $6.000      $18.000      $30.000      $54.000      $96.000                 Set-­‐up  Cost    $79.450      $-­‐      $-­‐      $-­‐      $-­‐                 OneDollarGlasses  mgmt    $9.000      $9.450      $9.923      $10.419      $10.940                 Management  Overhead    $72.000      $126.000      $132.300      $138.915      $145.861                 Tavel  expenses    $18.000      $31.500      $33.075      $34.729      $36.465                 Phone  bill    $1.080      $1.890      $1.985      $2.084      $2.188                 Total  expenses    $210.010      $248.250      $328.502      $451.785      $666.083                 Country  Contribu+on  Margin    $-­‐129.310      $-­‐35.925      $222.824      $650.865      $1.454.287                 Overheads  (central  team)    $151.800      $159.390      $167.360      $175.727      $184.514                 EBIT    $-­‐281.110      $-­‐195.315      $55.464      $475.137      $1.269.773                 Taxes    $-­‐      $-­‐      $-­‐      $-­‐      $-­‐                                                 Earnings  aGer  Tax                                   EAT    $-­‐281.110      $-­‐195.315      $55.464      $475.137      $1.269.773                                                 Retained  Earnings                                   Retained  Earnings    $-­‐281.110      $-­‐476.425      $-­‐420.961      $54.176      $1.323.949                                             2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
  25. 25. Yr. 1 Yr. 2 Yr. 3 Yr. 4 Yr. 5 5 MM 10 MM 15 MM 20 MM 25 MM 3.9 MM 24 MM CUMULATIVE IMPACT
  26. 26. Yr. 1 Yr. 2 Yr. 3 Yr. 4 Yr. 5 5 MM 10 MM 15 MM 20 MM 25 MM CUMULATIVE IMPACT 3.9 MM 24 MM
  27. 27. Yr. 1 Yr. 2 Yr. 3 Yr. 4 Yr. 5 5 MM 10 MM 15 MM 20 MM 25 MM CUMULATIVE IMPACT 3.9 MM 24 MM
  28. 28. THE HARAMBEE TEAM BIJAN TAMARA GABRIEL MICHAELA RUBEN GEN. MANAGEMENT MARKETING BUS. DEVELOPMENT MEDICAL OUTREACH PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT GERMANY LIBANON BOLIVIA PHILIPPINES BELGIUM BCG, EY and Founder of a Social Enterprise Publicis and Leo Burnett World Wide Fairphone, PSI and Service Science Factory Missions in Slums and Community Outreach Patented a Medical Device
  29. 29. “Let’s all pull together”
  30. 30. THANK YOU

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