Our Model

SEC practices its own unique blend of business and social functions to achieve the most efficient and effective social entrepreneurship organization. In accordance with recent business trends it will outsource most of its business activities. In this case, the term outsourcing implies no loss of existing jobs or any other social upheavals. Quite to the contrary, it implies creation of social wealth by SEC’s numerous partners in the corporate and social sectors to whom development and implementation of individual SE projects will be delegated.

The delegated activities will primarily include: 1) research and prospecting of corporate clients, 2) providing consulting advice to corporate (both public and private) and non-profit clients, and 3) providing value consulting advice to both private and public investors.

As a dynamic organization, SEC will operate as a living mosaic of collaborating enterprises – working with each other on social entrepreneurial projects and programs initiated by SEC. SEC will act as a bridge that brings together the corporate and non-profit world (Figure 1). Although the two worlds will not link directly. SEC will engage both publicly listed companies (PLCs’) and private unlisted companies to realize capital gains, which will be utilized to inject much needed funding into non-profits along with the provision of essential business mentoring and support. With SEC’s nurturing, non-profit organizations will subsequently become self-sustaining entities. SEC is unique in the field of social entrepreneurship sector and it will become the largest global social entrepreneurship fund and knowledge provider as a major contributor of assets that includes conceptual, intellectual, entrepreneurial, social and philanthropic capital.