iPropeller presents report on the future of social economy in Middle-West-Flanders

During an eight-month period of time, iPropeller has been working together with a variety of local stakeholders to formulate a new vision for the social economy in Middle-West-Flanders anno 2030. In addition, we collectively developed a strategic framework to successfully implement the shared vision.

More than ever society is in need of more inclusiveness. While the social economy is currently facing challenges (e.g. labour shortage, aging workforce, digitalisation, ...), the actors in the region are very dedicated to securing their position for the future and will continue to support people with a distance to the labour market by focusing on each individual's unique talents.

Please find the report here (NL): Een toekomstvisie voor de sociale economie in Midden-West-Vlaanderen anno 2030

iPropeller's impact in 2018

As a certified B Corp, iPropeller is very serious about the impact achieved together with its clients. Therefore, we want to share with you the 'consolidated' impact of iPropeller’s activities in 2018.

Our consultancy is centered on three impact domains: building citizens' capability, shifting mindsets and extending access. Within these three domains, we work towards positive impact through raising awareness, developing solutions, implementing solutions and scaling solutions. Please find more details in this infographic.

Joint iPropeller-POM West-Vlaanderen paper is published on new business models in the healthcare economy

On May 28 2019, iPropeller co-founder and Senior Advisor Johan Moyersoen presented results of an ongoing, multi-year effort in connection with new revenue models in the healthcare economy at the Flemish Parliament.

Please find the joint iPropeller-POM West-Vlaanderen paper here: The quest to incorporate end user value and societal health impact in scalable revenue models.

Impact investing in developing countries

We're proud to present the recent study we conducted on the state-of-play of the impact investor sector in Belgium. Based on in-depth interviews with 11 investors active in developing countries, it charts their achievements, outlook and challenges over 2016 and 2017.

The survey will be repeated  annually or every two years and is intended to make the investors more visible to policymakers and the general public.

Find the the publication at this link.

iPropeller presents its view on shared value opportunities in the food value chain (with a focus on consumers) through original thought leadership

Our study identifies six so-called shared value opportunities together with innovative responses and case studies that may inspire food companies in Belgium and beyond to take action.

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iPropeller's Jason Donohue explores the reasons medicines and technologies fail to achieve expected health outcomes

Our healthcare practice lead Jason Donohue has written this excellent article for AmCham Belgium, explaining what barriers prevent people from improving their health (in English).

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iPropeller presents a resource for engaging in sustainable partnerships

iPropeller partnered with The Shift to identify what makes for succesful and sustainable partnerships (in English).

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iPropeller’s innovation for medication adherence features in scientific journal

iPropeller, together with DAE studios and the Jessa Hospital Hasselt, developed the Health Buddies app in Belgium, an innovative tool to improve adherence and knowledge in Atrial Fibrillation patients.

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iPropeller contributes to the final report of SEFORIS

iPropeller lead this flagship multi-disciplinary, multi-method international research project on social enterprise (in English).

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