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Building Social Ventures

Transcript of Brad Bertoch Presentation to SECFC13

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Building the Social Venture

Presented by:

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND CROWDFUNING CONFERENCE

September 27, 2013 Snowbird, Utah

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WBI Alumni (since 2009) Social Ventures Can Raise Money

Sonic Innovations Larada Sciences Social Good Network WAVE 4Charity.com OtoKinetics Bunnell e-Sens FlowPay

Simplure Dhybrid Shelter2Home Radian Bio Energy CBI Polymers Medicruiser Go Natural CNG Waste Water Compliance

Systems Hawaii BioTech Suretec Energy Innovations

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For New Non-Prot Ventures

Treat charitable foundaUons as Venture Capitalists Show a business model Have a business plan Demonstrate a great value proposiUon Know your compeUUon Demonstrate an ROI

Finding the Right Money for a Social Venture

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Can You Raise Money? Questions Investors Ask

Is It a Business?

Can You Keep It?

Can You Do It?

Is It a Business? Business Model The failure to Innovate The failure to Create Value The failure to Persist Over Time

Can You Keep It? Sustainability

The failure to Maintain Economic Scarcity

The failure to Prevent the Appropriation of Created Value

The failure to Maintain Flexibility

Reasons Deals Fail What Investors Look For

14 Basic Business Models

Charity

14 Basic Business Models

Competence Based Success

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How the Entrepreneur is Perceived by an Investor is. Everything

Assessing an Entrepreneur What is the Depth of Your Entrepreneurial Skill Set? Are You CEO Material? What is your Type What is your Role

An Ounce of Perception Can be Worth a Pound of Performance

Can You Do It?

Resources

Investors Circle Community FoundaUon of Utah Crowdfunding Industrial Loan CorporaUons TechSoup Social Good Network

FINAL THOUGHTS

There is nothing more expensive than potenUal

Beware the law of unintended consequences No good deed goes unpunished If an idea is worth doing, its worth doing with somebody elses money.