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Innovative Financing for the Social Economy

Prepared and presented at UofT's OISE graduate, AEC1182: Nonprofits, Co-operatives, and the Social Economy.
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on 9 March 2011

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Transcript of Innovative Financing for the Social Economy

In the Cloud and initiated by innovative start-ups
(aka, Little Dogs) On the Ground Innovative Financing
for the Social Economy Presented on March 8, 2011
at UofT's OISE graduate class, AEC1182: Nonprofits, Co-Operatives, and the Social Economy I have the privilege of working with We're seeing innovations in 4 areas... And I have the privilege of working with... About me Prepared by Peter Deitz, Managing Editor for SocialFinance.ca Initiated by Mainstream Actors
(aka, the Big Dogs) It's an exciting time
to be transforming how
social change is financed Let's have a look at some examples... And has the privilege of working with... Okay, ready to get started? Start ups
Innovating on the Ground Mainsream Actors
Innovating on the Ground Mainstream Actors
Leveraging the Social Web Start ups
Leveraging the Social Web + Start ups
Leveraging the Social Web Mainstream Actors
Leveraging the Social Web Mainsream Actors
Innovating on the Ground Start ups
Innovating on the Ground + + + Which raises some pretty
big questions on what it all means? starting with... Basically, innovative financing
of the social economy
is cropping up
everywhere Currently characterized by the development of impact investment funds, public policies, and intermediaries that support high potential non-profits, co-operatives, and social ventures. Currently characterized by the development of online platforms / marketing campaigns, that build awareness and engage the crowd in support of big and small ventures, most often non-profits. Currently characterized by online marketplaces and platforms that connect small- and large-scale impact investors with innovative social ventures of all sizes. Currently characterized by local organizations operating as non-profits serving as intermediaries to local entrepreneurs and ventures. to name a few, and there's
a whole lot more
on the way... Start-ups leveraging the social web appear to be innovating the fastest, with significant implications for the rest of the social finance marketplace. If start-ups using social technology are in fact innovating more quickly than others, how do government agencies, impact investment funds, and large financial institutions align their efforts in support? What will it look like when mainstream actors start working in the cloud to deliver innovative social finance solutions in addition to marketing campaigns? What do more established non-profits, co-operatives, and social enterprises stand to gain from a high tech social finance ecosystem? Does it favour the smaller-scale social ventures, capable of taking greater risks? How do organisations providing social finance on the ground but not in the cloud connect with one another to do more with their collective resources? Who do they partner with to get this done? "I certainly don't have the answers... but I'm looking forward to
participating in the conversation." Thanks. and as a result... start-ups leveraging
the social web
looks completely
different... These are just a few
examples from Canada. 1. 4. 2. 3. and then there's...
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