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課程概述

To address global poverty - do we really not have enough resources or do we not have the right tools to allocate our resources? The tools of finance, when applied correctly, can be an enabler of social and environmental outcomes. This course is designed to give you the ability to build innovative financing strategies that work towards outcomes such as financial inclusion, access to energy and access to education. The innovative finance process has five key components. It starts with identifying the outcomes you are looking to achieve and next moves on to due diligencing your issue area using techniques like design thinking to make sure you are designing with the end user. Next you must map all of the resources available for your outcome and then discover opportunities to augment these through business model innovation, multi-stakeholder partnerships and innovative financial structures. Finally, the last step is to put all of these pieces together to design an innovating financing strategy. Each week dives into a component of the process using examples and real case studies from social entrepreneurs, non-profits, development funders, impact investors, governments, foundations and more. Over five weeks you’ll learn about new types of revenue creation, financing approaches, business models and partnerships. By the end of the course, you’ll have the ability to hack finance for social change. Watch the course trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSMUoCJgqkw...

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DE
2021年3月30日

The course helped me understand innovative ways of financing and provided me with the tools and skills to further develop and apply in my professional career.

MM
2020年5月18日

This course fulfilled my expectations on learning some finance aspects to reach funds for a social enterprise I am heading for. Totally recommended!

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26 - Innovative Finance: Hacking finance to change the world 的 43 個評論(共 43 個)

創建者 Nada H E

2018年8月26日

It was great course full of new topics and engaging with real cases wa

創建者 V.V.L.N. S

2019年8月7日

Excellent course with contemporary issues of Society where we live.

創建者 Mandy L G

2018年1月9日

An excellent course for anyone involved in social work!

創建者 Thando K

2019年12月2日

Very informative course, lots of material and ideas.

創建者 Russell B S

2020年5月25日

Excellent material, case studies and instructors

創建者 Zaakir E

2019年4月18日

The best online course I have done so far!!

創建者 Jay S C

2019年5月10日

Amazing, informative and very relevant!

創建者 Donna-Luisa E

2020年11月16日

It was very in depth. Good course

創建者 Tammy D M

2018年12月10日

Thanks for another great course!

創建者 Alphonso S

2018年6月5日

Excellent! Quite an eye opener.

創建者 Andrew K K

2018年6月8日

Wonderful insights!!

創建者 Thomas F

2020年10月23日

Great and intuitive

創建者 Rubén D L M

2020年10月4日

Muy bueno

創建者 Mayuri D

2020年4月8日

Course is very nice but during checking assignments classmates are very less . Only few students checking assignments. Grades came too late.Even my 2 nd ,3rd and 4th assignment not checked .Please noted that.

創建者 Alexandre R

2020年4月16日

Thoroughly enjoyed this Innovative Finance course as it ties in perfectly with the work I do at Edge Growth managing the ASISA ESD Fund as an impact investor. Alex Rodrigues

創建者 Ashok R

2018年7月26日

A well-packed course delivering essential knowledge of unique financing options for social projects.

創建者 Mayuri D

2020年4月3日

great course

創建者 Rowena S

2021年3月14日

It is unfortunate that I found my assignment cut-and pasted by one of the course participants and claimed my work to be his own! I flagged this with Coursera, but I only received an automated response saying Coursera takes integrity seriously. Coursera said they would look into the alleged plagiarism. However, over the course of a few weeks, I could still see this student moving along, while Coursera sent me no other follow up notes about my complaint. The quality of other assignments submitted also made me wonder if the students understood what was taught and what was required of us. On the positive side, the cases and readings were good, and I read them all. I wish you well and hope you address the issue that I flagged.