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Business Model – Collecting of waste – Municipality Gradiška – Bosnia and Herzegovina

June 19th, 2019|Activities|

WP-T2
Defining the business model and training program
D-T2.2.2 – Business Model

Annex 3b

Title
Collecting of waste

Bosnia and Herzegovina

INDEX

1 INTRODUCTION 3
2 CONTENTS 4
3 THE BUSINESS IDEA 5
4 CANVAS N.1: HOUSEHOLDS 6
4.1 Canvas 7
4.2 Notes to the canvas 8
5 LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT 9
6 LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES FOR PERSONNEL HIRING 10
7 ORGANISATION 11
7.1 Roles 11
7.2 Functions 11

1 INTRODUCTION

BEGIN is a project to define models for creation and management of social start-ups finalized to the inclusion of disadvantaged people.

Marginalized groups – e.g. unemployed, women, young people, immigrants, disabled, ex-convicts, former drug addicts – are counting significant percentage in every partner country.

Innovative feature and main objective of Begin is the creation of tools to encourage the creation and development of social start-ups active in safeguarding of environmental protection for social work inclusion and employment of disadvantaged people, which then contribute to improvement of territories both for use citizens and tourists. BEGIN will transfer know-how from more innovative and experienced regions to those lagging behind creating an innovative model that can be transferred also to other regions not involved in the project. Main common challenge tackled regards environmental protection, also to promote tourism development. This challenge is faced through joint analyse of territorial frameworks to identify work activities at the base of social start-ups models and business models that are involving specifically marginalized groups. Non-profit and third sector organisations are an efficient tool for environmental protection, but are not very developed and structured in project countries, except for Italy. Hence, the project will capitalise results of research conducted in Italy by providing specific know-how.

Direct project beneficiaries of milestones, outputs and deliverables will be the FACILITATORS OF SOCIAL START-UPS. Indirect beneficiaries will be potential social start-uppers, people with disadvantage employment, employees of social start-ups, research and innovation centres, training centres and employment agencies, as well as legal and relevant public authorities in every country.
They also will lay the foundation for the creation of an INTERNATIONAL FACILITATORS NETWORK. This represent the main project output together with a TRANSNATIONAL STRATEGY FOR SUPPORTING SOCIAL START-UPS which will be built on the 10 local-regional strategies which will be realised in project regions. Besides main outputs, BEGIN expects additional project milestones being the elaboration of BUSINESS MODELS for the Management and Creation of SOCIAL START-UPS as well as LEARNING PROCESSES for the dissemination of business models.

This document contains the business model for the creation of new social startups

This document, at the end of the project, will be available for other subjects interested facilitate the creation of social startups.

2 CONTENTS

a) The business idea = a general summary
In this section it is described the business idea. What activities for which market.

b) Canvas = blocks from 1 to 9 for each of main customer segments
In this section it is explained the Business Model Canvas of the business idea. Potential startuppers and facilitators will have a schematic overview of the business model.
Please, read this section following this order
1 = customer segment
2 = value proposition
3 = channel
4 = customer relationships
5 = Revenue streams
6 = Key activities
7= Key resources
8 = Key partners
9 = Cost structure
This section is replicate for each customer segment identified for the business idea

c) Legislative references for the establishment of the startup
In this section it is described how to establish the new social enterprise.

d) Legislative references for personnel hiring
In this section it is described what kind of contract it is possible to use for human resource management

e) Organisation (roles, functions, able-bodied and disadvantaged people skills)
In this section it is explained the human resources needs to manage the new social enterprise

3 THE BUSINESS IDEA

Describe the business idea starting from the capacity building meeting results (MAX 1 PAGE)

The business model represents social enterprise involved in collecting and disposal of waste.
1) The main customers are households on the territory of the Municipality of Gradiska.
2) The added value is resolving the problem of mixed and communal waste by collecting of waste from households and disposal of waste to regional landfill, in order to provide healthier and cleaner environment and ecological ambient.
3) Available channels of communication are local media and online promotion.
4) Relationship with client should be based on contractual relationship.
5) The price depends on the type of collected waste: 30 pf/m2 for plastic materials, 75 pf/m2 for glass waste, 15 pf/m2 for other communal waste. Approximately, plastic materials contribute for about 30%, glass waste for about 10% and other communal waste for about 60% in total income.
6) The main activity consists of collecting and disposal of waste.
7) The main resources needed for activity realization are human resources, material resources (vehicles), equipment for protection, tools and manipulative space.
8) The key partners are communal companies, Municipality of Gradiska and public institutions, operators for secondary raw materials and recycling. Suppliers are gas stations and companies involved in protection at work.
Partners should provide financial support and professional support. Activities that partners should conduct are related to provision of contracts for special services that are not conducted by the company.
9) The main costs of the business model are the following: salaries of staff, maintenance of equipment, company registration, supply of equipment, transportation and disposal of waste.

4 CANVAS N.1: HOUSEHOLDS

Repeat this paragraph in case of 2 or more customers segments

Brief summarize of

customer segment: The main customers are households on the territory of the Municipality of Gradiska.

value proposition: The added value is resolving the problem of mixed and communal waste by collecting of waste from households and disposal of waste to regional landfill, in order to provide healthier and cleaner environment and ecological ambient.

Channel: Available channels of communication are local media and online promotion.

customer relationships: Relationship with client should be based on contractual relationship.

Revenue streams: The price depends on the type of collected waste: 30 pf/m2 for plastic materials, 75 pf/m2 for glass waste, 15 pf/m2 for other communal waste. Approximately, plastic materials contribute for about 30%, glass waste for about 10% and other communal waste for about 60% in total income.

Key activities: The main activity consists of collecting and disposal of waste.

Key resources: The main resources needed for activity realization are human resources, material resources (vehicles), equipment for protection, tools and manipulative space.

Key partners: The key partners are communal companies, Municipality of Gradiska and public institutions, operators for secondary raw materials and recycling. Suppliers are gas stations and companies involved in protection at work. Partners should provide financial support and professional support. Activities that partners should conduct are related to provision of contracts for special services that are not conducted by the company.

Cost structure: The main costs of the business model are the following: salaries of staff, maintenance of equipment, company registration, supply of equipment, transportation and disposal of waste.

4.1 Canvas
Repeat this table in case of 2 or more customers segments
(1) Customer segment – The main customers are households on the territory of the Municipality of Gradiska.
(2) Value proposition – The added value is resolving the problem of mixed and communal waste by collecting of waste from households and disposal of waste to regional landfill, in order to provide healthier and cleaner environment and ecological ambient.
(3) Channels – Available channels of communication are local media and online promotion.
(4) Customer relationships – Long term contract
(5) Revenue streams – The price depends on the type of collected waste: 30 pf/m2 for plastic materials, 75 pf/m2 for glass waste, 15 pf/m2 for other communal waste. Approximately, plastic materials contribute for about 30%, glass waste for about 10% and other communal waste for about 60% in total income.
(6) Key activities – The main activity consists of collecting and disposal of waste.
(7) Key resourses – The main resources needed for activity realization are human resources, material resources (vehicles), equipment for protection, tools and manipulative space.
(8) Key partner – The key partners are communal companies, Municipality of Gradiska and public institutions, operators for secondary raw materials and recycling. Suppliers are gas stations and companies involved in protection at work. Partners should provide financial support and professional support. Activities that partners should conduct are related to provision of contracts for special services that are not conducted by the company.
(9) Cost structure – The main costs of the business model are the following: salaries of staff, maintenance of equipment, company registration, supply of equipment, transportation and disposal of waste.

4.2 Notes to the canvas

Repeat this paragraph in case of 2 or more customers segments (already filled in CANVAS)

Give notes about
1. customer segment
2. value proposition
3. channel
4. customer relationships
5. Revenue streams
6. Key activities
7. Key resources
8. Key partners
9. Cost structure

5 LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT

Legal nature
Law on development of small and medium sized enterprises

Reference laws
Republika Srpska Official Gazette 50/2013 and 56/2013)

Link to the laws
https://www.paragraf.ba/propisi/republika-srpska/zakon-o-razvoju-malih-i-srednjih-preduzeca.html

6 LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES FOR PERSONNEL HIRING

Types of contract
Full time employment contract, Part-time employment contract

Conditions

Reference law
Republika Srpska Law on labor (Official Gazette 1/16)

RS Law on employment and rights for unemployed (Official Gazette 30/10 and 102/12)

Link to documents https://www.paragraf.ba/propisi/republika-srpska/zakon-o-radu.html

http://www.podaci.net/_gBiH/propis/Zakon_o_posredovanju/Z-pzpvne03v1030-12A2.html

7 ORGANISATION

The new social startup needs the following human resources

Type Role n.
Able-bodied Coordination and management 1
Operative
Disadvantaged people Coordination and management
Operative 4
TOTALE 5

Type of disadvantaged people
delete those that are not relevant
 long term unemployed
 women in difficulty,
 young people,
 physical impaired
 immigrants
 others (specify) _people in poor material conditions, displaced persons____

7.1 Roles
The roles of vulnerable groups are related to implementation of all the activities that social entrepreneurship is performing: collecting and disposal of waste.

7.2 Functions
The functions of vulnerable groups are related to implementation of all the activities that social entrepreneurship is performing: collecting and disposal of waste.