What can you expect from us?
- map the needs and build strategy,
- set indicators and measure the results quantitatively and qualitatively,
- communicate your impacts.
- public sector institutions (e.g. the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs, the Estonian Ministry of the Interior, the Estonian Education and Youth Board);
- municipalities (City of Tallinn, Viimsi parish);
- corporations (e.g. PricewaterhouseCoopers, Telia Estonia);
- enterprise associations (e.g. the Estonian Banking Association, the Responsible Business Forum Estonia);
- social enterprises (e.g. the Estonian Environmental Law Center);
- non-governmental organisations (e.g. the Good Deed Foundation, the Network of Estonian Nonprofit Organisations, Social Innovation Lab).
- the social dimensions of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),
- the Social and Governance aspects of the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Criteria.
Ways how we can benefit your organisation
RESEARCH: mapping the needs for and the impact of your activities with the help of using qualitative and quantitative methods.
MENTORING, CONSULTING AND TRAINING: providing you with know-how and tools to plan, implement, measure and communicate the social impact of your work.
PUBLIC SPEAKING: offering your audience inspiration, information and examples about creating positive social impact.
You can find examples of our previous clients in the Track Record section.
Jaan has been among key persons developing the practices of societal impact analysis and social entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea region since 2006. He also teaches at an international MA Programme of Social Entrepreneurship at Tallinn University. Jaan is a popular public speaker and trainer who has stood in front of thousands of people in Estonia and internationally on four continents.
Jaan was a co-founder and chairman of the Estonian Social Enterprise Network (in 2012-2019). His previous role was about helping to scale up high-impact initiatives in the Good Deed Foundation, the first venture philanthropy organisation in the Baltics.
The Network of the Estonian Nonprofit Organizations elected him as a „Mission person of the year“ in 2013. He holds an MA degree in Economics. As a hobby, Jaan has written two novels (fiction), both of which received national recognition awards (2004, 2006).