Net Impact Issues in Depth April 22, 2009. VisionSpringâ€™s Mission, Market Three Distribution Channels Business Model Partner Snapshot Scaling Strategy, Challenges Photos. Agenda. VisionSpringâ€™s Vision and Mission.
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By June 2009, we will have 5,300 Vision Entrepreneurs trained. Since inception, Vision Entrepreneurs have sold nearly 250,000 pairs of glasses.
Eye Screening and Price to Customer
*Displayed prices are average global prices and depend on country-specific market situation
*Through the micro-consignment model, the borrower repays their host organization on a pre-determined schedule (monthly, bi-weekly, etc).
Monthly average entrepreneur income from the sale of glasses depends
on how many products/micro-franchise opportunities our partner
organizations provide to their borrowers/health workers
Health workers manage multiple products
Health workers primarily focus on glasses
10-100 sales per VE per month
3-10 sales per VE per month
throughout Nicaragua and in late 2009 or early 2010 will expand
to their offices in Honduras, as well.
VisionSpring’s strategic challenge is to evolve from a current 20/80 cost coverage structure to an 80/20, and eventually a for-profit model in order to efficiently reach our target market of 400 million people at the Base of the Pyramid