How can these patterns be transformed into a win-win situation for business and society?
The SocietyVision business model is new and disruptive! The integration of the business with the Non-Profit-Organisation (NPO) in a cooperative organisation is carried out while maintaining both parties’ independence. This focus collaboration sustainably strengthens business development. It secures the work of the NPO for the long term through business capital shares and helps it make a bigger impact on the common good. For the first time, there is a genuine exchange between NPOs and business resulting in commercial success developing in tandem with commitment to the common good.
Practical examples and studies show how businesses, NPOs and society benefit equally from long-term cooperation. The SocietyVision business model has a positive impact on return on investment (ROI), return on society (ROS) and return on environment (ROE):
A real integrated thinktank with no additional cost:
based on the implementation of this new way of organising business, we create a permanent thinktank within the business which unleashes the full potential of progress capabilities. The connection of various competences and fields of experiences makes it possible.
Take a look at the genesis of SocietyVison and a simple and short explanation of the objectives and concept.
SocietyVision shows at the ELIA Biennial in Helsinki what can be achieved by linking business, society and art. The association’s collaboration with the Dimitri Art School demonstrates the benefit of art to society: academic art used as an instrument to transform society. From 23 to 26 November 2022, Helsinki is hosting the 17th ELIA (European […]
When two environments benefit from eachother with a common goal: to improve their impact on society. This is the story of a partnership between Euromaster Suisse SA & Accademia Dimitri (university affiliated to the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland). What happpens when a company decides to avoid using mainstream marketing tools […]
Many companies try to keep their momentum investing in outsourced thinktanks, enabling spin offs or having an eye on start-ups who could bring value into their own model. Is this worth the efforts and costs? Their focus is rather concentric than systemic. Does it make sense? Companies miss perhaps one important point which is imbedded into the societal ecosystem.