This article is highlighting MintTwist’s proposed ‘Social Capital Model’ for delivering continuing and sustainable growth of its business.
The proposal was introduced to people working within the business at the MintTwist Annual General Meeting on 30th November 2011.
This article is written so that people working within the business and other interested parties may use this area to facilitate discussion, questions and comments on the proposal.
What do MintTwist want to do?
MintTwist aims to be the most successful supplier of Digital Agency company services for businesses in Europe by 2016.
MintTwist is aiming to do this by developing and further growing its network of clients and by adding more value to their businesses by devloping and further growing its network of highly skilled people working across the organisation and together, with well defined process methodologies.
How will the growth be funded?
MintTwist have been seeking a sustainable growth model that accurately represents the key value drivers for the existing growth that MintTwist has experienced to date and one that will incubate, encourage and reward the key value drivers for future growth of the business.
MintTwist’s Proposed ‘Social Capital Model’ for facilitating sustainable growth of its business
MintTwist’s proposed solution is a key component for facilitating the continuation, development and expedience of its market/service diversification growth strategy … MintTwist have termed it ‘The Social Capital Model’.
The social capital component represents a portion of the company that cannot be bought, sold or owned.
Access to the benefits of the social component is for people who are working within the business.
Key elements may include:
1. A share in governance with direct representation
2. A share in the profits
Weighted access may be representative of:
1. Length of service
2. Relative value of contributions