Presentation on theme: "Dansk Skoleskak Danish Scholastic Chess Federation (DSCF) Mads Jacobsen, Secretary General, London, 8th December 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Dansk Skoleskak Danish Scholastic Chess Federation (DSCF) Mads Jacobsen, Secretary General, firstname.lastname@example.org London, 8th December 2013
How How to Build a Business Model for Scholastic Chess in Your Country?
DSCF Dansk Skolesk ak 300+ schools 15 super volunteers 700 Teachers 5 in the Board 20.000 children 6 full-time employee s
Your organisatio n Mission Money Analyse The best Strategy Step-by- Step
Who are you A chess organisation, a scholastic organisation or... ?
Chess-in-Schools 1. Chess organisation 2. Teaching by chess players from outside (not the school) 3. Goal: To create better chess players and help children
Scholastic-Chess 1. Scholastic organisation – not a chess organisation 2. Organised by teachers in their school – paid by the school 3. Help children do better in school – chess as a method
Mission What is your mission? What challenge do you address?
Mission Help children, parents, and society by making children more concentrated and focused so that they can perform better in school.
Analyse What is the current challenges in your country? … and is your agenda relevant?
Analyse In Denmark there is a big focus on education, integration and including children that are challenged in school life. The schools use 2 billion EUR out of a 6 billion EUR budget on challenged groups.
The best Which organisation would you like to be as successful as?
The best We communicate with many organisations and ask for advice. Our ambition is to be the most professional social youth organisation in Denmark.
Money How do other organisations get funding? Can you do the same?
Money There is very little support for chess in Denmark but different organisations support social projects. We are a scholastic organisation with a clear social profile.
Strategy What is your plan? Do you need to rethink?
Strateg y We try to run DSCF as a professional organisation. Despite being a small organisation our ambition is to be a serious partner for the Ministry of Education. We brand “Skoleskak” as a method that helps children perform better in school.
Friends Schools, parents, and society have major concerns related to children performing bad in school – particularly boys – due to lack of concentration. We try to help solving this problem, and we get goodwill, media attention and more friends.
Step-by- step Network and knowledge from other organisations are valuable.
Step-by- Step In 2009 we got our first large-scale project with a social/integration framework. Yet, we still need to fundraise 90% of our budget every year. However, things are getting better year by year.
DSCF Funding Membershi p schools Public funding Education of teachers Equipmen t and advice Private funding Companie s