On the occasion of the last evening of the Club of Positive Innovation organized by SparkNews
A number of working round tables were on the theme of positive innovation. Representatives of the following companies were present:
Accor, Danone, La Poste, SUEZ, Armor, AXA, BNP, CETELEM, PMU, Caisse des depots et consignments, MAIF, Schneider Electric, L'Oréal, LVMH, Pernod Ricard, Total, SKF, Groupe Musketeers, Air Liquide, Orange, ADP, Sanofi-Aventis Group, Club Med, Société Générale et ADEME.
Issues discussed at the round tables:
The Innovation Club evenings are organised around several project leaders who pitch for three minutes each on a work issue linked to a business challenge.The aim is therefore for the project leader to test a business idea linked to his or her social innovation, to collect information in order to verify the relevance of the existing model or the one under development, to create partnerships in a "win-win" spirit, and of course to extend his or her network.Isabelle Mashola (President of isahit) and Ludovic Centonze (CSR Director Orange) led a round table discussion on the theme:
How can digital support women's financial independence in Africa? The proposed problem was:
2 billion people live below the poverty line (less than $2/day) of which 70% are women.
Some avenues of reflection on the given problem:
The exchanges and debates led to the following main ideas:
Isahit is committed to this mission!
Since its launch nine months ago, Isahit is engaged through its Isahit help program to support and assist hiteuses by providing access to the Internet (via access to local incubators), lending them a tablet if needed, helping them to Banca and supporting them in their efforts to obtain self-employed status. Isahit help also allows them to train and develop in digital competence with the help of Isahit representatives in local hubs.
To date, a hundred "workers/hiteuses" have been working on the Isahit platform since 5 countries in Francophone Africa (Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Côte d'ivoire, Congo) and soon a dozen other countries will be opened. Isahit's ambition is within 4 to 5 years to give work to more than 30 000 people and thus to have an impact on more than 100 000 people.
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