The GLG Social Impact Fellowship is a two-year fellowship for ambitious and visionary nonprofit and social enterprise leaders, it helps top social entrepreneurs answer their organization’s critical strategic and operational questions.
The Global Challenges Prize 2017: A New Shape offers US$5 million in awards for the best ideas for a global governance framework that can better manage the threats posed by four interlinked ‘mega-risks’: climate change, environmental damage, conflict and extreme poverty.
Youth between 18 and 35 years can apply, whose ideas and initiatives offer effective solutions to challenges in local communities across Nigeria. During the fellowship period, selected young leaders are equipped with the personal and organizational leadership skills, networking support, and advocacy needed to strengthen and expand the reach and depth of their projects within their target communities.
BigBooster is dedicated to French and international early stage start-ups developing innovative solutions with POC or prototype and international ambitions in 3 areas: Bio & Health, Informative Tech and Global Impact.
Businesses from definite african and asian countries can apply for funding for advisory support and non-reimbursable funding (€ 50 000 – 200 000) in order to develop innovative and inclusive products, services, and business models that can contribute to the fight Against poverty and climate change.
The African Changemakers Fellowship is a free, intensive 7 weeks online training to share, collaborate and learn everything on social enterprise, entrepreneurship, leadership and intrapreneurship and how to develop ideas to a project or initiative.
Telstra Business Women’s Awards recognise the achievements of exceptional business women from across Australia and Asia. The category “For Purpose and Social Enterprise Award” is open for owners or employees of organisations that deliver positive social / environmental change as their core mission.
Venturespring Ignite structured 6 week acceleration programme with Discretionary investment of between $10,000 – $5 million, access to Venturespring mentors and high profile business leaders, access and intros to carefully curated corporate resources, strategic startup-corporate match making for long term partnership opportunities to help startups monetize, access and intros to high profile investors in the form of angels, family offices, venture capitalists, and corporate venture divisions who might want to invest further funds into the startup business, and an invitation for one person to a Summit on Necker Island, where the startup will have the opportunity to meet with the world’s most successful business leaders such as Richard Branson.