Social entrepreneurs are not content just to give a fish or teach how to fish.
They will not rest until they have revolutionized the fishing industry.
- Bill Drayton -

Equipping Social Entrepreneurs with a business school mind and a social worker’s heart.

Your social enterprise will not build itself. It must be designed to suit you and your team, and provide sustainable and impactful solutions to the country’s most pressing economic and social problems.

How does it works?

Social Innovation Acceleration Program (SIAP) is a 3-month incubation program for social enterprises. We focus on social enterprises with existing working prototypes, and assists them to further validate their idea.

Mentorship

SIAP is working toward creating an ecosystem that fosters a culture of support and guidance for new social entrepreneurs.

Impact Assessment

We optimize your social enterprise model by providing the tools to assess the value and social impact created by your business.

Knowledge Resources

We offer unparalleled access to a range of resources, including learning materials, network and funding opportunities.

The Syllabus

PD2 : Elephant in the Room

How to manage personal talk
Communication skills are a vital component of teamwork that differentiate a good team from a great team. In this session, leaders will be mentored on how to build trust, professionalism, and effective communication between team members.

PD4 : Fresh Pair of Hands

Hiring guide
When it comes to startup hiring, employees are expected to have a “cultural fit” in addition to talent and ability. Understanding your own startup’s culture, and hence the kind of team members you would like to have, is vital to ensuring that your prospective hire is a great fit and addition to the company.


PD5 : The Personal Quest

Personality and psychological assessment test
Team dynamics are defined by the personality types that make up the team. Tapping into each team member’s quirks, communication style as well as working habit will lead to better synergy and teamwork, while at the same time reducing the possibility of conflict.


PD6 : Muster the Master-2

List of mentors skills and expertise
Successful mentor-mentee relationships typically happen when the two individuals are the right match, both in terms of technical skills as well as professional aspirations. This mentoring program will connect startups to mentors who can deliver advice based on real-world experience.


MD1 : The Big Hit

Entrepreneur vs Social Entrepreneur bootcamp


Social entrepreneurship is built on the idea that a good and innovative business model can solve society’s most pressing economic and social problems. The two-day bootcamp will allow startups to gain a solid understanding how the product or service they have developed could contribute to a social mission.


MD2 : Draw the River

Project mapping
One of the challenges of setting up a social enterprise is identifying – correctly – the issues that the startup is looking to tackle. Through this session, founders will gain knowledge about how to map out issues and develop creative solutions.


MD3 : Numbers Matter

Impact measurement and multiplier
Impact assessment tools enable social enterprises to define and measure the impact that their product or service have brought to the community. Developing relevant metrics and regularly conducting impact assessment will allow social enterprises to maximize their social and economic models.


BD1 : Light Up the Road

Activity mapping and milestone
The absence of a strategic roadmap often becomes a stumbling block as startups attempt to scale up. Activity mapping ensures that each activity is selected with the designated milestones in mind.


PM2 : Fill in Their Shoes

Sales and CRM bootcamp
In this two-day bootcamp, startups will be accompanied by mentors to obtain new customers, select marketing channels, develop customer relationships, and conduct publicity as well as brand image activities. The session aims to drive traction and boost revenue growth.


PM3 : Media Swimming

Digital marketing campaign bootcamp
In this two-day bootcamp, startups will be accompanied by mentors to learn about digital media for business purposes. The session will focus on content development and how to strategically use Facebook, Instagram as well as Google to increase the company’s digital presence.


PM4 : Muster the Master-1

Product development bootcamp
In this two-day bootcamp, startups will be accompanied by technical mentors, who can provide guidance in the processes of ideation, design, prototyping, validation, and feature development of their product. The session aims to increase the startups’ knowledge and expertise on product market fit, product features development, and product growth.


TD1 : Role Playing Work

Adapt to another team member skills
Startup founders and team members are typically characterized by these four basic skills: communication skill, management skill, critical thinking skill and adaptability skill. By doing role-play, each member will be able to objectively evaluate which parts of themselves and of their team that still need to be further developed.


LE1 : Legal Education

Legal 101
Startup founders will earn knowledge about companies structure, corporate governance, and all about legal knowledge that suit with startups condition. This workshop really useful for startups to prepare themselves and face obstacles in the future.


CF1 : Social Perspectives

Crowdfunding for Market Validation
Startups can learn from crowdfunding activities, not just about raising money but to know how to enter the social industry and validate the product direct from it’s target market.


Our Network of Mentors

Here just a glimpse of expertise to assist your social enterprise become more impactful than before.

Imanzah Nurhidayat

Senior Innovation Consultant at Zurich

Kaitlin Shiling

Director at PLUS

Dian & Cynthia Hasan

Co-founder of Coworkinc

Gibran Huzaifah

CEO & Founder of eFishery

Aldi Adrian Hartanto

Head of Investment Mandiri Capital

Alamanda Shantika

Digital Activist of Female Dev

Stop wondering, start to ask

Can I join this incubation program?

Yes, you can! The only requirement is that you already have a working prototype of a social enterprise. It would be a plus point if you already have a team working on it.

Am I guaranteed to graduate from the program?

It’s all up to you. You must complete requirements of each phase to get into the next. We cannot promise that it will be easy, but we promise that your commitment will eventually be fruitful.

How much does this program cost?

This program costs you nothing, except for your time and willingness to accelerate your startup together with us. In return, SIAP requests for 5% of your startup equity.

What is the selection process like?

We’ll assess your team readiness, your business model feasibility, and your social mission in your startup.

When can I start this program?

The next batch will start on Thursday, February 8th, 2017. The program will run for 3 months.

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Ready to go?

Joining SIAP shows that you are ready to build your social enterprise and turn an idea into reality!

Incubation Content & Material

You’ll get access to our 3 months curriculum on how to build your own social startup!

Practical Experience

Here, the material will be delivered in hands on experience through a series of bootcamp & mentor day!

Network of Mentor & Expert

We bring the best mentor in the field that will work side by side with you to help you build your solution!

and Workspace for Your Team

We’ll also provide a working space for you and your team so you can increase your focus & productivity!