Inpactor
Inpactor
Token: CSRm


This is an Open Invitation to the World

PreICO dates
Start date: 2018-03-01
End date: 2018-08-31

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-10-14
End date: 2018-11-04

Registrated in: Seychelles

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

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Price 1 ETH = 2,286 CSRm
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CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility. It is a business approach that contributes to sustainable development, by delivering economic, social, and environmental benefits for all stakeholders.

Over the past years, the concept of CSR has gained immense popularity amongst Brands. And for good reason.

Cone Research found that 80% of consumers are likely to switch Brands, similar in price and quality, to one that supports a cause. And research by Nielsen shows us that 66% of Millennials are willing to pay more for products and services that come from Brands that are committed to positive social and environmental impact. That’s up from 55% in 2014, and 50% in 2013.

Whereas over the past decades the nonprofit sector has been suffering from a lack of trust due to a severe lack of transparency, poor incentives, and overall unreliable behaviour, interest from Brands in solving social issues has been on the rise, because they see the positive impact it can have on their business. CSR has become an excellent business opportunity for Brands, and for the first time, creating social impact doesn’t have to be solely not-for-profit.

We believe this is good news, because Brands have the resources, the talent, and the infrastructure to play a significant complementary role to the humanitarian sector. And with a reported increase of people in need of aid, but a decrease in available funding, the corporate sector can play a vital role in achieving those Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

But there is one big, hairy challenge...

How do we make sure that as many Brands as possible are enabled to use CSR as a foundation to grow their business upon, while at the same time ensuring that the impact they create is measurable, impactful, sustainable, and innovative?

Meet Inpactor. A platform for the next generation of Corporate Social Responsibility.

Inpactor brings Brands, Causes, and Volunteers together on a social media platform equipped with features and technologies to raise funds, volunteer, manage social projects, measure and report impact, and much more.

Brands can browse and filter through Causes that are in line with their mission, easily enrol staff to create meaningful employee engagement programmes, and publish completed Projects on their unique Brand Channel to share their social impact with the world.

Causes can publish Projects, recruit Volunteers, attract funds by creating incentives to reward Brands for their contribution, collaborate on the implementation of the Project using project management tools, and easily produce impact reports.

Volunteers can browse through Brands, Causes, and Projects, apply to be a Volunteer, expand their skills, and showcase their experience through an online profile.

And, as the cherry on top, Inpactor will be underpinned with blockchain technology, and powered by CSR Tokens. Using Distributed Ledger Technology and Smart Contracts, Brands, Causes, and Volunteers can collaborate on creating social impact in a reliable, transparent, and measurable way.

We envision a world in which every business acts on a social mission. And we invite everyone to help shape a generation of purpose beyond profit with us.

Token Sale: 40%
SFI: 30%
Bounty: 5%
Advisors: 5%
Team: 18.5%
Ambassadors Programme: 1.5%

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Table of contents
Abstract
4
Glossary
6
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
7
What is CSR?
7
The CSR landscape
7
Why we focus on CSR
8
Problems
9
Background
14
About Incitement
14
Introduction
15
Credentials
16
Projects
20
Products
22
Inpactor
24
Introduction
25
Use cases
25
How Inpactor works
28
Core features
34
Revenue streams
37
Limitations
38
CSR Tokens
39
CSRi
39
Introduction
39
Use cases
40
How CSRi works
42
Limitations
52
CSRm
53
Introduction
53
Use cases
54
Limitations
58
Incitement Blockchain
59
Purpose
59
Token Sale
60
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Overview
60
Smart Contracts
61
Sale
62
Bonus incentives
63
Distribution of CSRm Tokens
65
Use of Proceeds
66
Roadmap
67
Technology roadmap
67
Foreseeable obstacles
68
Team
69
Core team
69
Advisory Board
73
Global Communities
78
Legal
80
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Abstract
Only 3% of international humanitarian funding is channeled to a

ected states, and a
mere 1.6% to local non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
1
, according to the World
Disasters Report 2015.
In 2015, in the US alone, the volume of charitable donations by individuals, estates,
foundations, and corporations was estimated by Giving USA at $373.25 billion
2
.
E

ectively this means that out of roughly 373 billion only 11.2 billion is channeled to
a

ected states, 5.9 billion to local NGOs, and a staggering 355.9 billion disappears in
overhead (that’s 95.4% of funds).
There are many more sources that suggest that shocking portions of charitable
donations are consistently absorbed by the ine

ciencies and bureaucracy in both
government and non-governmental organisations.
Often large parts of donations and fundings are used to keep ine

ective organisations
alive and provide...

There is an ever growing demand for accountability and transparency in the
humanitarian sector - and rightfully so. The humanitarian sector frequently comes
under intense scrutiny and criticism with regards to the spending and distribution of
funds. It is often unclear what happens to both individual and corporate donations.
The revolution needed in the industry is evident.
In this paper you will read how Incitement, a social business that has been designing
and implementing large-scale CSR projects with some of the world’s largest brands and
governments for the past 6.5 years, will introduce a brand new ecosystem of smart,
transparent, reliable, and measurable humanitarianism powered by the blockchain.
© Copyright. All rights reserved. Incitement 2011-2018
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...

Glossary
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
A corporation’s initiative to take responsibility
for how their business a

ects the environment and society by contributing to its
sustainability and wellbeing.
Brand
Corporations, companies, businesses and for-pro

t organisations. Government
linked companies (GLCs) are not included in this term.
Cause
NGOs, nonpro

t organisations, and groups formed to pursue a social mission.
Volunteer
Individuals who freely o

er to work for a Cause or social project.
Incitement
A social business that designs and implements CSR projects to create
social impact and strengthen the Brand’s identity.
Inpactor
An online one-stop platform by Incitement for social initiatives that connects
Brands, Causes and Volunteers to receive the right incentives for creating social impact.
CSRi
A usage token that can only be used inside Inpactor.
CSR...

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
What is CSR?
“Social responsibility is the responsibility of an organisation for the impacts of its
decisions and activities on society and the environment, through transparent and
ethical behaviour that:

Contributes to sustainable development, including the health and the welfare of
society

Takes into account the expectations of stakeholders

Is in compliance with applicable law and consistent with international norms of
behaviour

Is integrated throughout the organisation and practised in its relationships.”
That is the de

nition of CSR taken from the Guidance Standard on Social Responsibility,
ISO 26000, published by the International organisation for Standardization in 2010
4
.
Every Brand has a di

erent de

nition and approach to CSR but it ultimately boils down
to the Brand playing a role in driving sustainable solutions to so...

as a responsibility to business as usual. They are emphasising on the social impact they
are creating, and how their contributions and e

orts really improve society’s welfare.
Brands are also actively participating in CSR because they are banking on the long-term
value of building trust with people. Quite simply, Brands care about CSR because their
customers do, because their employees do, because the future workforce does. There
have been reports of customers willing to pay more for a product of a socially
responsible Brand over one that isn’t, employees showing increased team morale and
productivity from participating in a CSR initiative, and graduates willing to take a pay cut
to work with a socially responsible Brand. CSR has transformed into a fundamental
strategic priority for all Brands. Doing good work is good for business.
Why we focus on CSR
CSR is, more often than not, a one-o

annual project that focuses more on feeling good
than doing good. What ...

corporate sector is very well equipped in terms of funds, talent, and infrastructure. It’s
evident that, with the right incentives, they can play a pivotal role in sustainable
development. And when they do deliver solid contributions to society, why shouldn’t
they receive due credit?
Problems
Integrating CSR initiatives into a corporation’s core or managing a social impact project
does not happen without its complexities. We will brie

y look into these problems

rst
at a stakeholder level, namely the Brand, Cause and Volunteer. Following that, we will
take a big picture view on the problems for the industry as a whole. Throughout this
paper we will dive deeper into these problems, and how we intend to solve all of them.
Unique stakeholder problems
There are three key stakeholders involved in carrying out a social project on Inpactor, all
facing their own unique challenges. While we acknowledge that there can be potentially
many more stakeholders invo...

Inpactor Roadmap

1
15 May 2018
Inpactor Beta Launch.
2
1 July 2018
Inpactor v1 (Messaging + other features).
3
1 Oct 2018
Inpactor v2.
4
25 Dec 2018
Hybrid Mobile App.
5
15 July 2019
Integration with CSR tokens.
6
1 Oct 2019
Inpactor Ad Panel beta.
7
10 Jan 2020
Inpactor AI v2.
8
15 May 2020
Inpactor Premium beta.
9
25 Dec 2020
Inpactor Native Mobile Apps.
Daniel de Gruijter
Daniel de Gruijter CEO, Cofounder

Zikry Kholil
Zikry Kholil CCO, Cofounder

Iman Sedighi
Iman Sedighi CTO, Cofounder

Faizeleen Mo
Faizeleen Mo Social Impact Director

Christian de Gruijter
Christian de Gruijter Marketing Director

Ioana Lupa
Ioana Lupa Director of Global Events

Nicole Lin
Nicole Lin Director of Social Innovation

Yasir Khan
Yasir Khan Finance & Legal Director

Nina Alias
Nina Alias Communications Director

Naithan Weigh
Naithan Weigh Lead Blockchain Engineer

Rojin Maljaei
Rojin Maljaei Lead UI/UX Designer

Muhammad Saqib
Muhammad Saqib Senior Front-end Dev

Navid Shokr
Navid Shokr Senior Back-end Dev

Thomas Marzano
Advisors Thomas Marzano Global Head of Brand Experience, Philips

Mark Rozario
Advisors Mark Rozario Chief Executive Officer, GE Malaysia

Lajuanda Asemoto
Advisors Lajuanda Asemoto Director Diversity & Inclusion, Singularity University

May Wong Mei Ching
Advisors May Wong Mei Ching Manager Group Communications & CSR, Taylor

Brian Lim
Advisors Brian Lim VP Solutions Design & Delivery, Proudfoot Consulting

Stephen Croncota
Advisors Stephen Croncota Chief Marketing Officer, Versace

Andre Chaperon
Advisors Andre Chaperon Internet entrepreneur | Author of Autoresponder Madness

Justyna Jastrzebska
Advisors Justyna Jastrzebska Growth Hacker in Residence, 500 Startups

Omar Michael
Advisors Omar Michael Chief Copywriter, Mindvalley

Emilian Vasi
Advisors Emilian Vasi Cofounder, Advertising Head, Rascal

Melinda Woolf
Advisors Melinda Woolf Founder, Future of Humanity

Gareth Davies
Advisors Gareth Davies Chief Technology Officer, Mindvalley

Christopher Lee
Advisors Christopher Lee Head of PR, Sapien Network

Peter Kolthof
Advisors Peter Kolthof Managing Partner, Avida International

Johnny Mayo
Advisors Johnny Mayo Forbes 30 Under 30 - Finance & VC

Umar Munshi
Advisors Umar Munshi Chairman, Islamic Fintech Alliance | Cofounder, Ethis Ventures

Hiroyuki Tosaka
Advisors Hiroyuki Tosaka President, International Principled Leadership Corps

Illac Diaz
Advisors Illac Diaz Founder, Liter of Light | Executive Director, MyShelter Foundation

Anthony David
Advisors Anthony David Impact Consultant & Social Entrepreneurship Specialist

Sartaj Anand
Advisors Sartaj Anand Founder, Egomonk

Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee
Head of PR, Sapien Network
Branding & Community
Head of Marketing
Melinda Woolf
Melinda Woolf
Founder, Future of Humanity
Future of Humanity
Founder at SDG Futures and Future For Humanity