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Social Impact

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About the Award

Do you have a business idea that harnesses commercial models to create social or environmental change?

The mission of the Social Impact Prize is to demonstrate that social and environmental responsibility are fundamental pillars of success for any business, regardless of the industry.

This year the Social Impact Prize is valued at: $8,500+ and includes:

  • $6000+ cash
  • A year membership to Impact HUB Boulder
  • Admission into two Master Course workshops at Watson University and a slot to pitch to impact investors at the Watson Summit

 

How & When to Compete

All Social Impact Prize competitors are asked to submit* the following information no later than 11:59pm on Friday, March 20th:

  • A powerpoint pitch with voiceover lasting no more than 5 minutes
  • A one-page executive summary

*Teams will receive an email with submission instructions by COB Wednesday, March 18th. If you would like to compete for the SI Prize but did not receive submission instructions please contact the SI Prize leaders.

Teams will be notified of their standing by Monday, March 30th. Up to 5 teams will move on to the Social Impact Prize finals.

The Social Impact Prize finals will take place the evening of Monday, April 13th at 6:30pm at Impact Hub Boulder 1877 Broadway #100 Boulder, CO 80302

RSVP Here

At the finals each team will present an 8 minute pitch followed by 5 minutes of Q&A from the judges. The winner of the Social Impact Prize finals will compete in the NVC finals.


Why Compete?

Besides the possibility to win an additional prize money, you will have a chance to get a different variety of feedback on your business. Our judges are leaders in the field of sustainable business and will be able to help you think about important factors of how to make your business successful in the long term.


 

Questions? Contact us!

Hilary Nalven – SI Prize leader (hilary.nalven@colorado.edu)

Julie Waggoner – SI Prize leader (julia.waggoner@colorado.edu)

Nancy Schoemann – SI Prize leader (nancy.schoemann@colorado.edu)


Sponsored By:

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NVC Social Impact Judging Criteria for 2014-15 

Category

Possible Points

Social Impact 

Points Rewarded

Triple Bottom Line:

 

People

5

  • The triple bottom line: People
    • Mission has an explicit commitment to Social Impact
    • The business pays every employee/contractor at least a living wage (above minimum wage)
    • The business adds value to society by addressing a community issue
    • The business incorporates worker equity into its model
    • The business will evaluate the social impact of their supply chain
    • The business focuses majority of spending with local suppliers
    • The business looks to create jobs locally
 

Triple Bottom Line:

 

Planet

 

5

  • The triple bottom line: Planet
    • Mission has an explicit commitment to Environmental Stewardship
    • The business does something to address environmental or climate issues
    • The business attempts to operate with a minimal environmental “footprint”, reducing waste throughout their business
    • The business will invest in renewable energy to power their operations
    • The business will evaluate the environmental impact of their supply chain
 

Triple Bottom Line:

 

Profit

 

 

5

  • The triple bottom line: Profit
  • The plan is innovative, realistic, and consistent across the following categories:
    • Product/service description
    • Marketing
    • Financials
    • Description of competitive advantage
    • Growth plan
    • The idea is a viable business plan and thereby exhibits real potential to make an impact
 

Measurability and Quality of Incorporation

 

5

  • Measurability & Quality of Incorporation
    • Triple bottom line goals/objectives are measureable and business has a plan to track them.
    • Triple bottom line goals/objectives are woven into the company vision and core operations. Not merely “add-ons”
    • Triple bottom line goals/objectives are clearly communicated in executive summary, as well as during the live presentation
 

Creativity & Vision

5

  • Creativity
    • The business exhibits creativity in solving a social and/or environmental issue
    • Vision
      • This is an idea that is addressing a significant issue on the horizon, even if the problem isn’t as evident today
      • This tackles an issue that you haven’t seen previously addressed
 

Total Social Impact Points

25

   

 

 

Information:

For more information, email Andy Evans