Social enterprise models combine business practices and principles with the passion and compassion required to create a fair and just world.
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Put simply, it’s the use of new approaches to solve old social problems.Social entrepreneurship and impact business are part of a fast-growing movement that applies business tools to find sustainable solutions to neglected problems at all levels of society. Proponents of this approach develop and deploy innovative solutions to improve their communities and the world in which we live.
ChallengeMe creates a unique opportunity to focus on the business skills and frameworks that enable entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to build project to scale and maximise impact.
Our bootcamp is a 2 days events that came just after the digital courses. In 2 days, students will share and collaborate around their project built by the social platform. Coaches will help them structure and build the best pitch for the final jury.
10 challenges before the 2 days bootcamp to help students build their project. Every challenge will help students understand the problem they try to solve. Every interaction with others students and coaches will develop the project to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, and peace and justice.
From the Middle Ages to the present day, these ideas have fueled charitable giving, built communities and saved lives – enabling people to help people. From education to healthcare, from political protest to economics, our culture and lifestyles are shaped, even defined, by the impact of these social innovations on a daily basis.
You will learn how to recognize complementary and antagonistic assets and turn them into opportunities. You will also be confronted with failures that other ventures experienced in order to prepare yourself for potential challenges for your own establishing your own social venture
A problem statement is important to a Design Thinking project, because it will guide you and your team and provides a focus on the specific needs that you have uncovered
What problem do you want to resolve ? What needs do you want to response ?
Age, familyn hobbies, his/her problems, what is your priority target
This workshop’s purpose is to identify the people or organizations who may have a say in the success, or failure, of your entreprise. You will therefore learn how to involve them more or, alternatively, how to neutralize them.
What skills are available in the team ?
A prototype is a simple experimental model of a proposed solution used to test or validate ideas, design assumptions and other aspects of its conceptualisation quickly and cheaply, so that the designer/s involved can make appropriate refinements or possible changes in direction.
Testing is one of the most critical parts in design thinking. A major reason is that we must demonstrate an experience even though we don’t have a fully functioning product but only a prototype. So presentation is the key – it must focus on the user experience.