What is this module all about?
This module is all about the process of replicating and transferring solutions of social enterprises to new regions and countries. Our team has been working with close to 100 social entrepreneurs to support them in developing a solid replication & transfer strategy and model. Together with experienced Ashoka Fellows, experts and coaches we will guide you through this strategic process.
A replication & transfer model comprises a rationale (WHY), a replicable solution (WHAT), a method to replicate your solution (HOW), your partner profile and partnership journey (WHO), an assessment of new regions and countries (WHERE), and a strategy for introducing your solution to a new context (and adapting it).
This module will be implemented again in the fiscal year 2022- 2023.
Who can apply?
- Ashoka Fellow
- Ashoka Fellow Organization Staff Member
- Corporate or Institutional Partner of Ashoka
- Part of an affiliated Ashoka Program or Partnership
- Ashoka Support Network (ASN) member
- Ashoka Young Changemaker
- Ashoka Changemaker School
- Ashoka Staff
Why you should apply?
This module is very useful if you started to replicate your solution within your country, and are now in the process of replicating your solution more widely to other regions or even other countries. One great benefit is the chance to receive feedback on your replication strategy (what, how, to where, with whom) and practical questions concerning the replication process from leading experts in the field.
Ashoka Fellows, Ashoka Fellow team members, Ashoka Young Changemakers, Ashoka Changemaker School Leaders: This module is for you, if;
- you want to bring your solution to new regions or countries and therefore develop your own replication & transfer model with the help and guidance of leading experts.
- you want to connect with other social entrepreneurs and key-players.
- you are keen to receive feedback and mentoring for your replication & transfer model to help scaling your impact.
Ashoka Staff: This module is for you, if;
you want to support your Fellows with their own replication & transfer.
Ashoka Support Network (ASN) members: This module is for you, if;
you want to support replicating the solutions of Ashoka Fellows
you would like to learn more about replication & transfer and connect with key-players in this field.
Ashoka Partners, other Change Leaders (from the corporate world or foundations): This module is for you, if;
you are looking for inspiration regarding replication & transfer and want to support replicating the system changing solutions of leading social entrepreneurs.
Ashoka Fellows, Ashoka Fellow team members, Ashoka Young Changemakers, Ashoka Changemaker School Leader, Ashoka Support Network (ASN) member, Ashoka Staff | Join for free
Part of an affiliated Ashoka Program or Partnership
- Hello Europe Social Entrepreneur | Join for free
- Steelcase employee or partner, Nestlé CSV Prize Finalist, Catalyst2030 Member - You have access to a group ticket and can participate in any module free of charge until the maximum number of free tickets is reached.
- Ashoka Visionary Program Alumna/us - you can participate in any module with a 50% discount at 1,000€ per module (VAT not included).
Corporate or Institutional Partners of Ashoka | Other Partners | Change Leaders: The fee to participate in a module is:
- For corporate participants: 2,000€ per person (VAT not included)
- For non-profit participants: 1,000€ per person (VAT not included)
- We also offer “group tickets” to participate in any module with a discount. Please reach out to us for more information
If you have any questions, please reach out to the module lead: Alexander Kesselring
*In case you require a travel stipend to participate please indicate in your application and follow the steps provided in the application form. We have limited stipends for participants in need, so please evaluate and request a stipend only if financial reasons hinder your participation.
Meet the Module Lead
Since 2015, Alexander Kesselring is program manager at Ashoka. He works on the topics of scaling impact, cross-border replication & transfer, impact investment and climate protection. Alexander studied sociology and philosophy at the University of Vienna with a focus on sociological theories and social change. From 2006 to 2014 he worked as a researcher at the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) in Vienna. In 2015, he completed the certificate course "Advanced Business Planning" at Danube University Krems with a focus on entrepreneurial approaches such as lean start-up and effectuation.