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Creating Trust in a New Way of Banking: The Case of Lendahand Mesofinance

Authors: Nijhof, Andre; Nikolaidou, Maria; Kupp, Martin
Product Type: Cases
Source: Nyenrode Business Universiteit; ESCP Europe Campus Paris
Publication Year: 2015

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Lendahand is a startup company that builds its business model on the new possibilities to regain trust in the financial sector by reconnecting people by means of the internet. With this business model, Lendahand positions itself in the crowdfunding industry with a specific focus on ‘mesofinance’ for medium sized entrepreneurs in developing countries.

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D-Rev: Designing for Base of the Pyramid

Author: Ratna, Garima
Product Type: Cases
Source: Amity Research Centers
Publication Year: 2015

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D-Rev stood for ‘Design for Revolution’ and the company designed products which addressed the issues of health and income generation for the people dwelling at the base of the pyramid in the third world countries…

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Ethiquable: Social, Ethical and Viable

Author: Hennekam, Sophie
Product Type: Cases
Source: ESC La Rochelle School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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This case study is on Ethiquable, a fair trade organisation in the South-West of France. It discusses the strong ethical values that are shared among all employees, its cooperative structure, its management practices as well as the challenges and opportunities for the future…

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Horst Dassler, Adidas, and the Commercialization of Sport

Authors: Jones, Geoffrey G.; Norris, Michael; Kim, Sophi
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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The case shows how the leading sports shoe manufacturer Adidas drove the commercialization of sports such as soccer and the Olympics. It explores the consequences, both good and bad, of this commercialization, and provides an opportunity to discuss the role of corruption in business strategies.

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El Sistema: Vision, Process, Impact

Authors: Woodward, Ian C.; Vongswasdi, Pisitta; Laramaud, Alexia
Product Type: Cases
Source: INSEAD
Publication Year: 2015

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This case study describes the journey of "El Sistema", a classical music education programme in Venezuela that illustrates the transformative power of music to improve the lives of millions of youths in some of the poorest communities in the world. Using the experience and insights of founder José Antonio Abreu, together with an analysis of the programme's development, the case shows how vision and inspiration are translated into a vibrant and effective organization in the long term…

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Roba Amiga: Social Entrepreneurship in Textile Waste Management

Authors: Arenas, Daniel; Sánchez, Pablo; Hai, Solange
Product Type: Cases
Source: ESADE Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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The case focuses on Roba Amiga, a network of organizations devoted to collect, select and sell second-hand clothes in Barcelona and its surrounding, with the aim of creating jobs for people excluded from the job market as well as contributing to mitigating the environmental problem of textile waste.

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Building a Sustainable Enterprise with the Power of Local Communities - The Journey of Neev Herbal Handmade Soaps

Author: Das, Saurav Kumar
Product Type: Cases
Source: Xavier School of Management
Publication Year: 2015

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Poverty, illiteracy and gender discrimination have been the underlying factors that have stifled development in the villages of Jharkhand state in northern India. This abysmal situation was prevalent when the Jains, Anurag and Shikha, decided to initiate a new paradigm of socio-economic empowerment of the local community. In 2007, they started Neev Herbal handmade Soaps with the vision to produce the highest quality hand crafted herbal products while providing a dignified means of employment for rural women and rejuvenating the rural economy. The enterprise has since had a remarkable transformative effect on the village community.

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Arunachalam Muruganantham: A Social Entrepreneur Innovating in a Woman’s World

Author: John, Doris Rajakumari
Product Type: Cases
Source: Amity Research Centers
Publication Year: 2015

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Considered taboo in many parts of the world, menstrual hygiene was a subject ridden with many myths and misconceptions, especially in a country like India. Arunachalam Muruganantham (Muruganantham), was the man who had revolutionised female sanitary hygiene and had created a lasting impact on the health and livelihood of women, mostly in rural India. With his pioneering and patented invention of a low cost sanitary pad making machine, Muruganantham had a vision to make India a ‘100% sanitary napkin using country.’

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Sistema Ser: Scaling Private Health Care for the Base of the Pyramid

Authors: Bucher, Silke; Jäger, Urs; Prado, Andrea M.
Product Type: Cases
Source: HEC Montréal; INCAE Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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The case revolves around “Sistema Ser” (SSer), a private health care organization that serves the base of the pyramid (BOP) in northern Argentina, and its founder and director, Argentine gynecologist Dr. Jorge Gronda. For more than 15 years, SSer has been delivering primary health services, which cover 80 percent of the most common low-cost and non-complex health problems, mainly to people at the BOP and within San Salvador, the capital of the province of Jujuy. Recent developments have led Dr. Gronda to consider options for scaling his organization’s impact…

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Fairphone: Organising for Sustained Social Impact

Authors: Akemu, Onajomo; Whiteman, Gail
Product Type: Cases
Source: Erasmus University
Publication Year: 2015

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With no previous experience in the mobile phone industry, Bas van Abel, an industrial designer based in Amsterdam, started Fairphone as an NGO awareness campaign in March 2010. He hoped that by inviting the public to design collaboratively a prototype of a “fair” smartphone, the campaign would raise the Dutch public’s awareness of the link between mobile phones and minerals mined in the context of a bitter civil conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Van Abel did not intend to produce a functional, commercial smartphone; his goal was simply to raise public awareness. However, by January 2013, through a series of serendipitous events, interaction with industry actors, and encouragement from sections of the Dutch public, the awareness campaign had morphed into the social enterprise Fairphone.

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