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  • VOLTIUM, Inc.

    Eloy del Potro, Guido Stein, José Ramón Pin, Juan Carlos Vázquez-Dodero

    The manager at Voltium, a European company that was installing electricity in various parts of an African country, pondered whether it was justifiable to yield to the extortion of a local public official of the Dambo region, just as the company was about to finalize the project for the electrification of the area.

  • Veronica Jaramillo at a Crossroads - The Case Centre Collection

    Mary Gentile, Francisca Sinn and Sebastian Errazuriz

    This case study tracks the experience of a vegetable producer in Chile, who seeks to go beyond financial sustainability to create value value for her workers and the wider community.

  • Vestas and the Indigenous Communities in Oaxaca, Mexico: Clean Energy Gets Messy - The Case Centre Collection

    Jacobo Ramirez and Tania Vester

    The case study details the conflict that emerges when a foreign multinational is contracted to generate electricity in Mexico, and indigenous communities deem their land rights and traditions to be affected.

  • Vodafone Ghana

    Pedro Nueno Iniesta and Patricia Akua Afful-Kwaw

    Vodafone decided to make an important investment in Ghana with a view to extending to neighboring countries. The company pondered how to use its experience in Ghana to design a future strategy for Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Vodafone Ghana: Are Profits Just a Call Away?

    Bisi Onasanya, Fredrik Jejdling and Juan Manuel Barrionuevo

    Bisi Onasanya (First Bank of Nigeria), Fredrik Jejdling (Ericsson) and Juan Manuel Barrionuevo (Mobile World Capital Barcelona) explore innovation, entrepreneurship, partnerships, scale and data management when entering a new market.

  • Vox Capital: Equilibrando Retorno Financeiro e Social em Investimentos de Impacto

    Sérgio G. Lazzarini, Andrea Maria A. F. Minardi & Leandro S. Pongeluppe (Insper)

    O estudo de caso trata do desenho de formas de investimento e de mensuração em negócios sociais. Por meio da estratégia VOX Capital, desenvolvida no então chamado VOX Labs é possível percorrer temas correlatos a qual a melhor forma de aplicar recursos em uma startup social, se com uma posição de debt ou equity. Além disso, é possível avaliar a importância da forma de mensuração de indicadores sociais como regra de remuneração dos investidores de impacto.

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