Presentation on theme: "Social Incubators Network Tecnológico de Monterrey."— Presentation transcript:
Social Incubators Network Tecnológico de Monterrey
About the Tecnológico de Monterrey Education Institution with more than 65 years in Mexico. We have 33 Campuses around the country and costumer service offices in each one of the Mexican States.
About the Tecnológico de Monterrey We have Headquarters and International Branches in 21cities in Central and South America, the United States, Canada, China and Europe. We have over 91,000 students being supported by approximately 23,000 employees and professors.
About the Tecnológico de Monterrey As of 2008, we have more than 159,000 graduated students and 36,000 academic degrees. We have the low-cost Universidad TecMilenio with 40 Campuses and over 20,000 students in the entire country with high school, bachelor’s degree and master/doctorate programs; both on-line and on-site.
Why is ITESM interested in Social Sustainable Development? ITESM redefines its Mission every 10 years; in 2005 its 2015 Mission was redefined and was mainly addressed towards its students and the profile of its alumni.
ITESM 2015 Mission The Tecnológico de Monterrey mission is to form integral ethical persons with a humanistic vision who are internationally competitive within their professional field who, at the same time, are citizens committed with the economic, political, social and cultural development of their communities and with a sustainable use of natural resources.
7 7 Sustainable Social Development Institute (IDeSS). Objectives: To help Tecnológico de Monterrey students to become citizens committed with the environmental development. To transfer knowledge using development models in order to sustainably support communities. To clearly establish social responsibility and the commitment of the Tecnológico de Monterrey with the development of the country
8 8 IDeSS Social Incubators 3. Programs Educational Entrepreneurship Sustainable Development 3. Programs Educational Entrepreneurship Sustainable Development 4. Transfer Centers Centros Comunitarios de Aprendizaje (CCA´s ) 1. Participants Students Professors / Investigators Volunteers IDeSS staff 1. Participants Students Professors / Investigators Volunteers IDeSS staff 2. Academic Elements Social Service Courses 2. Academic Elements Social Service Courses Components
9 Tec Students collaborate as: Tutors in educational programs Advisors of microenterprises Consultants in their specialties Professors specialized consultants orienting and supporting students’ activities Investigators who generate knowledge to face social problems 1. Students and Professors Role State of Mexico Mexico City Hidalgo
a. Educational Programs 3. Formales 3.1 Prepanet 3.2 SecundariaNet (Próximamente) 3.3 Acceso a 22 programas en línea de UTM 2. Educación comunitaria Alfabetización tecnológica Cursos de apoyo a la educación básica Salud Emigrantes Familia 1. Educación continua para líderes sociales 1.1 Profesores 1.2 Funcionarios Públicos 1.3 Empresas socialmente responsables 1.4 ONGS 1.Continuous Education for social leaders 1.1 Professors 1.2 Governmental officers 1.3 Socially responsible enterprises 1.4 ONGs 2. Communitarian education Technological alphabetization Courses supporting elementary education Health Migrants Family 3. Formal 3.1 Prepanet 3.2 SecundariaNet (Coming soon) 3.3 Access to 22 on- line UTM programs
Development of models and knowledge transfer to solve community needs and problems Main areas: –Self-construction housing (Tecnovivienda) –Health (CAM) – Nutrition (Nutretec) –Alternative energy (Homemade air generators) –Water use and management (Agua y Vida) –Elementary education support (México Urbano y Rural) –Legal, accountable, financial, fiscal technological and IT advice (Bufetec) b. Sustainable Development Program
12 Knowledge Transfer Program for Sustainable Development
c. Entrepreneurial Program Objectives: Encourage richness and employment creation through: –Professionalize entrepreneurs –Formalize microenterprises –Promote job creation and improvement 13 Hidalgo Services: Training on basic technological and entrepreneurial skills Advise to develop a Business Plan Advise in business areas Link with micro-credits and marketing networks
Microenterprise webpage General information Courses to start your business Business being incubated How to start? Help Shopping Center Welcome Shop on-line Business Library Center to Create Small Enterprises New user REGITER! Tutored-course user Enter
Facilities where the community may access programs of: Education Entrepreneurship Knowledge transfer for social development Involving on-site participation of students Supported by professors At its own facilities or gratuitous bailment facilities Being operated by Tec
46 Tec 2008 Social Incubators 16 South 1.Morelia 2.Central Veracruz 3.Puebla 4.Huauchinango, Puebla 5.Hidalgo 6.Cuernavaca 7.Jonacatepec, Mor. 8.Chiapas West 1.Guadalajara 2.Zapopan 3.Irapuato 4.Hermosillo 5.León 6.Sinaloa North 1.Chihuahua 2.San Luis Potosí 3.Laguna 4.Saltillo 5.Zacatecas 6.Aguascalientes 7.Tampico 8.Ramos Arizpe Información a oct Mexico City 1.Tlalpan 2.Santa Fe
17 Sept., 2008 Monterrey Metropolitan Area Municipality: Monterey 1. José Antonio Glez. Aréchigay de la Cueva (Caracol) 2.Sierra Ventana 3.Valle de la Esperanza 4.La Alianza Municipality : Apodaca 5. Santa Fe Mpio: Escobedo 6.Fernando Amilpa 7.Eulalio Villareal Municipality : García 8.Ampliación Nogales Center Area 1.Lago de Guadalupe 2.Naucalpan 3.Naucalpan “La Punta” 4.Atizapan 5.Toluca 6.Querétaro Municipality : Juárez 9.Héctor Caballero Mpio: Sta. Catarina 10.San Gilberto Municipality : Guadalupe 11.Unidad Piloto Información a oct. 2008
States Social Incubators Microenterprises Total State Social Incubators 1.Chihuahua2 2.San Luis Potosí1 3.Coahuila3 4.Aguascalientes1 5. Zacatecas1 6.Jalisco4 7.Sonora1 8.Guanajuato2 9.Nuevo León11 10.Distrito Federal2 11.Estado de México6 12.Querétaro1 13.Michoacán 14. Morelos2 15.Veracruz1 16.Puebla2 17.Tamaulipas2 18.Hidalgo1 19. Sinaloa1 20. Chiapas1 Social Incubators Network
Grupo Textil Hidalguense Enterprise of Disabled Youth Grupo Textil Hidalguense Enterprise of Disabled Youth 19
20 Maranathá Casa de Día para ancianos
21 Grandes Retos Extreme Sports Enterprise Grandes Retos Extreme Sports Enterprise
Socioec onomic level HouseholdAverage Monthly Income Decil X A/B1,150,00070,000 Decil IX C+2,370,00030,000 Decil VIII C4,160,00015,000 Decil VII D+5,240,0009,000 Decil VI Decil V D8,990,0004,500 Decil IV Decil III Decil II E3,650,0002,500 Decil I Total -25,560,000- Social sectors being supported by the microenterprise incubator network Incubators network is addressed to D+ & D sectors representin g 55.6% Of households in Mexico Source: National Household Income and Expense Survey (ENIGH, 2005)
Social Incubator Incubation Model Basic training: Technological & entrepreneurial Business idea structure Evaluation Advise Trained entrepreneur with a structured and assessed idea Pre-incubation IncubationPost-incubation 2 3 Trained entrepreneur Business plan Formal enterprise Sales to become sustainable Advanced training Link with major marketing chains Link with greater credits Professional entrepreneur Sales allowing growth Microenterprises complying with the business plan objectives The microenterprise may seek changing the level: from micro to small through the incubation processes at Emprendetec 4 Acceleration 1 Entrepreneur with no enterprise Entrepreneur with enterprise Basic and advanced training: Technological and entrepreneurial Business plan Specialized advise Vinculación a créditos Market link Formal business registration Entrepreneur with enterprise IS IS-Academia Outcomes offered
Microenterprise by type of business Commercial43.6% Industrial20.1% Services36.2% Microenterprise by stage Pre-incubation 63.5% Incubation 35.5% Post-incubation 1% 810 Microenterprises Sonora Norte Naucalpan León
Statistics of Incubated Microenterprises ConceptGender distribution Male46.39% Female53.61% Enterprises810
Credits granted by micro-financial companies No. of Credits Granted Total Amount (MDP)Average Credit 319$15.2$47,683 Responsibility Micro-credits GrantedAmount Granted 1. Total South63$8’393, Total West37$1’203, Total Center5$715, Total Mexico City168$3’216, Total Monterrey45$1’603, Total North1$80,000 (*)Information as of August 2008
27 With IDeSS and Social Incubators we contribute to: 1.1. Citizenship education for Tec students 2.2. Create and transfer models with no social assistance contributing to the community’s sustainable economic and social development 3.3. To comply with the university social responsibility of Tecnológico de Monterrey Monterrey Sierra Ventana Monterrey Sierra Ventana Querétaro Irapuato