Canales de financiamiento para empresas de impacto social

## Description:

Welcome to this **educational video on social entrepreneurship**! In this video, we will discuss various channels of financing for **social impact enterprises**, including successful fundraising campaigns and impact measurement. Additionally, we will explore sustainable and inclusive entrepreneurship models that are both viable and long-lasting.

The speaker for this talk is Ignacio Garricano, an Investment Analyst at La Bolsa Social. These informative video capsules are part of the **Málaga Impact Investment Provincial Forum**, a program initiated by La Noria of the Málaga Provincial Council and the Málaga City Council.

## Keywords/Tags:
inversión de impacto, innovación social, economía de impacto, nuevas economías, emprendimiento social, tercer sector

## Transcript:

Greetings, everyone! In the next 20 minutes, we will be discussing potential financing channels for social impact enterprises. In today’s environmental and social context, two new figures have emerged, closely related to each other: environmental or social impact enterprises and impact investors. Impact enterprises are those that engage in economic activities with certain values that benefit both the environment and society. They aim to solve specific environmental or social problems. Our roadmap for today begins by analyzing the financing channels available for impact enterprises at different stages. We will repeat this analysis several times to better understand the various types of investors that correspond to each stage. Different types of impact investors can support an impact enterprise at different stages, enhancing its chances of success. We will also consider how they align with the specific needs of these enterprises. It is interesting to reflect on the potential of impact enterprises and investors compared to traditional enterprises and investors. We will conclude with some key insights.

Now, let’s explore the different stages of an impact enterprise. Please note that these stages apply to any type of enterprise, not just impact enterprises. Starting on the left of the axis, we have the initial stage, which is where most startups are located. As enterprises grow, expand internationally, and become more established, they evolve into larger companies. Regardless of the stage, impact enterprises have access to both impact investors and traditional investors, thereby expanding their potential investor pool. We will discuss this in more detail later. The needs of an impact enterprise in the initial stage differ from those in subsequent stages. Startup enterprises, in the phase called seed, are often little more than a PowerPoint presentation as they test their products or services in the market and gain commercial traction. As the enterprise grows, it moves to the subsequent series stages, such as Series A, Series B, and so on. These stages involve attracting larger amounts of capital, expanding operations, and ultimately aiming for an IPO or acquisition.

Now let’s delve deeper into the needs of an enterprise in each stage. During the seed stage, enterprises require resources to develop a Minimum Viable Product (MVP), gather feedback from early clients, and pivot if necessary. A solid market fit assessment helps to determine the future success and acceptance of the product or service. In the seed stage, enterprises also need support in terms of ideation. These specific needs call for investors who can provide guidance, mentorship, and specialized knowledge.

As the enterprise grows and enters the series stages, it gains traction in terms of sales, focusing on market consolidation and expansion. These enterprises require strategies to optimize efficiency, human resources, and financial resources to enhance their operational capabilities.

Companies in the later series stages experience significant growth in sales volume and seek to enter new markets. They may also explore mergers and acquisitions to diversify their product line or explore new business segments. At this stage, enterprises aim to create increased positive impact, whether it is in the environmental or social sphere.

The final stage is the moment of success when an enterprise is large enough to go public via an IPO or attract acquisition. This stage offers exit mechanisms for investors as entrepreneurs may choose to venture into new business opportunities. This leads to a transition of investors, with new investors entering the scene depending on the exit strategy, whether it is an IPO or acquisition.

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El objeto de esta formación es capacitar a los emprendedores sociales de la provincia sobre financiación de empresas de impacto social, cómo hacer campañas exitosas y medición del impacto, así como desarrollar modelos de emprendimiento más sostenibles e inclusivos, pero también viables y sostenibles en el tiempo.

Esta charla está impartida por Ignacio Garricano, Investment Analyst de La Bolsa Social.

Las píldoras formativas están enmarcadas en el Foro provincial de Inversión de Impacto Málaga, programa puesto en marcha por La Noria de la Diputación de Málaga junto al Ayuntamiento de Málaga.


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