The Investment Readiness Self-Assessment Tool consists of 10 questions. You can get a total score of 10 - 30 points, the score will indicate where you need to improve your investment readiness.
Take a pen and a piece of paper and mark your investment readiness assessment by scoring your organisation between 1-3 for each of the 10 questions in the following slides.
Calculate your results and proceed to the next section to see what is your overall investment readiness and what can you do to improve it further.
Find out if you're ready to invest now:
You have more work to do before you are ready for investment. Here you can find some tips and tricks to help you increase your investment readiness
You have a promising readiness for investment but more work to do. Here you can find some tips and tricks to help you increase your investment readiness
You are ready for investment. Here you can find some available opportunities and additional tips and tricks on how to assess investment opportunities
The score is an indication of your readiness, not a recommendation to pursue investment. There are lots of factors to consider before deciding whether or not to pursue an investment.
The Investment Readiness Self-Assessment Tool is developed as part of the Valley of Growth project. The Valley of Growth is a cross-sectoral project which aims at boosting the development of the finance market for social enterprises in Bulgaria.
The project is initiated by Reach for Change Bulgaria in partnership with Unicredit Bulbank, Forbes Bulgaria, The Business Institute, ING Bank and The Municipal Guarantee Fund for SMEs (MGFSME) and funded by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation "EaSI''. Find out more about the project here.
Reach for Change was founded in 2010 to find and support local social entrepreneurs around the world develop and scale innovative solutions that help children and youth to reach their full potential. Since 2010, we have supported more than 1,200 local social entrepreneurs across 18 countries, from Sweden to Ethiopia, from Ghana to Bulgaria. Their solutions have reached more than 4.3 million children and youth.