Corporate Social Innovation Programmes

“Corporations play a significant opportunity in 2018 and the next decade to be part of the solutions for both social and environmental problems today. They have the resources and operate at a scale that most other entities don’t have to come up with real solutions for the problems” – KrissDeigelmeir, Tides, USA

We plan and develop corporate social innovation programmes geared towards staff retirement plan, host communities development and rural growth. Multi-nationals, government, companies, organizations and individuals. They hire our service and we implement customised Corporate Social Innovation(CSI) Programmes for them ( see our implementation plan and process)



  • The growing complexity and accelerating pace of change in society demand a new role for business in the world;
  • Globalisation increases transparency and expectations of accountability;
  • Fast-paced social media means that there’s a brand risk for not contributing to society;
  • Societal norms and values are shifting for businesses, as customers & clients increasingly want companies to do well by doing good, particularly amongst the younger generation for host communities;
  • Employees have increased the desire for meaning and purpose from work
  • The scarcity of resources coupled with a growing consciousness of our interconnectedness and the precarity of our social-economic-ecological systems means we need to create about the future — and fast

Given these conditions, corporate social innovation is a pathway to long-term business growth, resilience and thriving.

It is a combination of both push and pull that drive corporate social innovation.

Our clients create long-term value by integrating a corporate social innovation strategy resulting in:

  • Brand value
  • Business growth
  • Workforce Competitiveness
  • Innovation
  • Return on capital
  • Host community development
  • Curbing youth restiveness and militancy




·         Map the value stream within the current process

·         M&E Plan and schedule
·         Baseline survey conducted
·         Conduct training of selected groups on agricultural practices (poultry, aquaculture, piggery, crop. Etc)
·         Trained staff deployment with starter pack
·         Completion of Stage 1 – Field experimentation data and training
·         Production of products
·         Installation of solar systems, poultry pens, fish ponds and crop farms
·         Completion of Stage 2- products optimizations
·         M&E Plan and schedule review
·         Midterm review: updated M&E plan
·         Continued data analysis and review of benefits to logistics processes and customer insights
·         Endline survey: Endline data and analysis report submitted to client
·         Complete Stage 3: an Operational and financial feasibility study