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Subject category: Entrepreneurship
Authors: David Murillo (Fundación ESADE); Julia Salsas Segura (Fundación ESADE)
Published in: 2011
Length: 20 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

Jean Claude Rodriguez Ferrera is a social entrepreneur who has created a system of self-financed communities. This case analyses the system's methodology and model and examines how it is applied in other countries. To date, over 40 self-financed communities (SFCs) have been set up in Spain, 150 in Venezuela, 45 in Senegal, 2 in Portugal. Countries such as Hungary and Germany have already expressed interest in the system. The growth of and support for social innovation and entrepreneurship projects over the last few months, the possibilities of replicating them and the team's wish to make the project a global one has led it to consider new operating challenges.
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Industry:
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Small 9 employees
Other setting(s):
2010

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Abstract

Jean Claude Rodriguez Ferrera is a social entrepreneur who has created a system of self-financed communities. This case analyses the system's methodology and model and examines how it is applied in other countries. To date, over 40 self-financed communities (SFCs) have been set up in Spain, 150 in Venezuela, 45 in Senegal, 2 in Portugal. Countries such as Hungary and Germany have already expressed interest in the system. The growth of and support for social innovation and entrepreneurship projects over the last few months, the possibilities of replicating them and the team's wish to make the project a global one has led it to consider new operating challenges.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Small 9 employees
Other setting(s):
2010

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