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Social franchising. Sven Bartilsson Coompanion Göteborgsregionen. Can social enterprises have an impact? 23 miljoner unemployed, 10 millions long term unemployed. Social franchising has created over 10 000 new jobs. 65% disabled or unemployed Young enterprises - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • *Social franchising

    Sven Bartilsson Coompanion Gteborgsregionen

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    Can social enterprises have an impact?23 miljoner unemployed, 10 millions long term unemployed

  • *Social franchising has created over 10 000 new jobs

    65% disabled or unemployedYoung enterprisesSeveral examples of rapid growth

  • *In Social FranchisingA social enterprise that replicates a social enterprise business model the social franchisor.At least one independent social enterprise replicating the model at another sitethe franchiseeA common brand and shared valuesA system or interchange of knowledge between membersAn agreement that regulates rights and obligations and secure the sustainability of the franchise as a system.

  • *Three stages One financial gap

    .The development phase is a bottleneckExpansionThe pilot

  • * To fully exploit the methodAcknowledge social franchising as a method for creating jobs within the social economy.Find creative ways to fund the development phase of social franchising.Find ways to raise the credibility of social franchisors.

  • *Emphasis growth as well as innovation! Design programmes for better opportunities for replicationPlay an active roll for making finance availableReduce suspicion Employ social franchising as a tool in transnationality

    But need to coach in terms relvant to MA and to the forthcoming programmesRecommendations for MAs

  • *Innovation in social franchising as means of spreading social valuesInnovation is not allProjects should involve successful social franchisors` networkEmphasise growth not just start up!

  • *SF - should not be matched just to social economy investment prioritySF - should be highlighted as a means of generating employment and social inclusion together with evidenceNeed to produce a statement on SF for Operational ProgrammesMay be that forthcoming transnational programme incl. SF is best

    Design programmes for better opportunities for replication

  • *Need to focus on stage 2 establishment of social franchiseShould seek ways of obtaining finance from other DGs Should fund capacity building network for future social franchisorsPlay an active roll for making finance available

  • *Reduce suspicion/build credibility!Fund development of code of practice and quality standardsHighlight good practice and successful social franchisesRaise awareness amongst ESF Managing Authorities, public bodies and potential and existing social franchisesMatch evidence of impact of social franchising with measurement of social added value

  • *Social franchising can be a means of enabling effective transnationalityEmploy social franchising as a means of transnationality

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    *15 personer i socialt fretag >> 60 000 fretag2010 startade 60000 fretag i Sverige

    **Unfortunately there are no existing structures that can implement and multiply the innovative experience which is the creation of an enterprise, except the enterprise itself. So if we want to see a major impact we have to rethink innovation and include the multiplication of a successful social enterprise into the responsibilities of the funding stakeholders. If we do this, the ESF will have a greater potential for making an impact at the system level.

    ***Unfortunately there are no existing structures that can implement and multiply the innovative experience which is the creation of an enterprise, except the enterprise itself. So if we want to see a major impact we have to rethink innovation and include the multiplication of a successful social enterprise into the responsibilities of the funding stakeholders. If we do this, the ESF will have a greater potential for making an impact at the system level.

    *Unfortunately there are no existing structures that can implement and multiply the innovative experience which is the creation of an enterprise, except the enterprise itself. So if we want to see a major impact we have to rethink innovation and include the multiplication of a successful social enterprise into the responsibilities of the funding stakeholders. If we do this, the ESF will have a greater potential for making an impact at the system level.

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