Entrepreneurs for Social Change (E4SC) is a one-year programme, which aims to support young social entrepreneurs and enhance their skills to boost a business idea with a social mission. Their businesses will become powerful driver of economic development and social inclusion, and accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The participants get equipped with the tools required to start, develop and scale up a social business, they meet like-minded social entrepreneurs and engage with cutting-edge guest speakers and mentors.
The selected young leaders receive feedback from peers, mentoring from experienced social entrepreneurs and are matched with potential investors during the year following the training.
Social entrepreneurs aged 18 to 35 who either have or are in the process of establishing a social enterprise
www.e4sc.org or E4SC Facebook page
You want to change the world through a sustainable business?
Application deadline is 1st of July, 9pm CEST time
Current focus 26 countries in the Euro-Mediterranean region
10-day in person experience to disrupt your world, provide you with the tools to grow and scale up your enterprise, connect deeply with your peers, and learn from top-class trainers and coaches from all over the world.
Alumni say: “A life-changing
1-year individual meetings with some of the world’s top executives dealing with social entrepreneurship and impact investing. You will be given a virtual cryptocurrency to spend on mentoring hours where your needs are.
Before the bootcamp, we run a 360o assessment to create a detailed plan for your social and economic impact.
After the bootcamp we tailor services to your needs. Together we achieve the SDGs.
You become part of a life-long learning community of peers. You will have access to pro-bono legal firms in your country of residence, introduction to relevant impact investors, invitation to the alumni board of trustees, and constant human support.
Social impact will be measured against progress on selected
Sustainable Development Goals.
Read more about the SDGs HERE.