From Theory to Practice: Young Social Entrepreneurs’ (YSE) 2018 Jakarta Workshop

The SIF’s YSE Overseas Workshops series held its third Jakarta edition for 48 participants, representing 24 teams across Indonesia.

From 7 to 9 November 2018, participants underwent various workshops, business clinics and sharing sessions. The intensive three-day programme covered a wide range of topics, including financial modelling, legal frameworks for social enterprises and resource management for lean start-ups.

Through the workshop, participants gained access to the international YSE network. They had the opportunity to connect with established social entrepreneurs, industry experts, and fellow YSE alumni from Indonesia, Singapore and the region.

Participants at the YSE 2018 Jakarta Workshop shared their wishes for a better world on an origami paper boat that they folded.
Rebecca Lim, Head of Our Better World, explained how storytelling can be used to create social impact with our young social entrepreneurs.
There’s no better advice than that from real-world experience. Gibran Huzaifah (center, in blazer), CEO of eFishery, shared his experiences with the young Indonesian impact-makers on how he built up his agri-tech social enterprise.
The YSE workshops provide a platform for like-minded youths to meet, exchange their knowledge and expertise, and find opportunities for further collaboration.
What makes a social enterprise attractive to funders and investors? Our panel of speakers got right into sharing tips on getting monetary backing and advised entrepreneurs to stay resilient rather than obsessing over fundraising. From left: Riaz Bhardwaj, Investment Manager, ANGIN; Mason Tan, Founder and CEO, Garden Impact Investments; Edwin Aldrin Tan, Managing Partner, Empassion; Andreas Subekti, Project Portfolio Manager, Innovation Factory, Salim Group; and moderator Keith Tan, Group CEO, Wondertech Pte. Ltd.
All smiles after the three-day workshop in BLOCK71 Jakarta.
Russ Neu (standing), CEO of Social Collider, conducting a session on Resource Management for Lean Start-ups. The participants learnt how to manage their resources efficiently to maximise output.
Learning makes your mind—and body—move! Participants who lost in a group activity had to perform a fun dance routine for their peers!
This bag is made from unused cement sacks! Vania Santoso, Co-Founder and Creative Director of heySTARTIC, showing the eco-fashion creations sold by her social enterprise, which upcycles unused materials into everyday fashions.
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