Our Partners

Village Capital finds, trains, and invests in entrepreneurs solving real-world problems. We build communities around entrepreneurs and their ventures to improve opportunities for growth and success. Our peer-selection model delivers better results for entrepreneurs, investors, and our future world.

The Graça Machel Trust acts as a catalyst, working across the continent to advocate for the protection of children’s rights and dignity, and amplify women’s movements by harnessing and promoting their contributions to the economic, social and political development of Africa.

Brilliant Entrepreneur trains SME women entrepreneurs in developing and emerging economies in using their talent to the optimum, resulting in improved business results.

LelapaFund is a niche crowdinvestment platform dedicated to African companies. It provides individual investors around the world with access to previously untapped investment opportunities on the African continent. Investors can buy shares online in pre-vetted start-ups and small businesses whose products and services are sold on high growth consumer markets across Africa.

An entrepreneurial community center for women interested in starting or expanding an existing business. Based in Lusaka, the Center provides mentoring, business connections, specialized training, connections to the community, media attention, access to markets and capital along with the technical tools and resources necessary for taking any business to the next level.

Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting 400,000 founders in over 200 cities including Cape Town. The cornerstone of their global community is monthly events featuring successful local founders, innovators, educators and investors who share lessons learned on the road to building great companies.

Arise Women Group is a Dar-es-Salaam-based group of women dedicated to helping each other for better or worse. Members are involved in social work activities, entrepreneurship, and farming. The group offers “soft loans” with low interest rates to help its members fulfill their dreams and invests in land because they are planning to build school in 3 years.

As Lusaka’s innovation and technology hub, BongoHive is catalysing the growth of Zambia’s startup and tech communities. They support scalable startups of any background and encourage and advice many women-owned businesses.

An entrepreneurial community center for women in Kenya interested in starting or expanding an existing business. The Center provides mentoring, business connections, specialized training, connections to the community, media attention, access to markets and capital along with the technical tools and resources necessary for taking any business to the next level.

SHE by Spark* finds and accelerates women led ventures that improve the lives of women and girls in South Africa and Kenya.

Brought to you by the team at The Next Billion, Globally Spotted is a content discovery and social amplification platform on a mission to champion more visibility for women-led ‎enterprises worldwide. Our goal is to raise the profile of women-led companies globally by enabling them to gain access to a wider network of supporters and to a broader audience reach. Our vision is to become ‘your one-stop global discovery home for women-led ventures’. A place where they can be discovered, be amplified, be inspired.

The African Women Power Network facilitates small business success for African entrepreneurs – particularly women and youth – through training and support.

Ghana Women in Business & Leadership is a business network for today’s female entrepreneurs and business leaders in Ghana. They We hold events for you to promote your business build contacts and make friendships. Women can join the GWIB network and enjoy the benefits of meeting like-minded business owners on a regular basis.

Kaassa is a Paris- and Cameroon-based startup that is deeply committed to providing useful data for investment, business development, executive search or head hunting in Sub-Saharan African companies.

Ogunte is an international social venture that promotes, connects and develops women social entrepreneurs and their eco-system. We believe in a positive, social and environmental impact made by women! 

Grow Movement creates employment by helping African entrepreneurs to improve business performance in areas of marketing, strategy and finance. Each entrepreneur works with a business consultant via Skype identifying areas to improve their business across a 6-month period. This generates extra income, profit, and ultimately new jobs!

Afroelle Magazine is a digital magazine that celebrates women of African heritage in Africa and the Diaspora, highlighting their stories in the hopes of inspiring and empowering other women.

Located in Windhoek Namibia, Bokamoso Entrepreneurial Centre main objective is to assist small and medium-sized businesses to navigate critical business challenges successfully. The Centre’s comprehensive development programme includes the provision of infrastructure and space at subsidized rates, pre-incubation counseling, assistance with business plan development, ongoing mentoring, facilitation of business linkages, consultative meetings, training and business seminars, identification of marketing opportunities as well as admin support services and access to IT.

femTECH is a South-African-based company that offers a comprehensive modular training programme for women entrepreneurs who wish to grow their businesses substantially. It is underpinned by a Train-the-Trainer programme to allow local capacity building of women trainers and has been implemented in Namibia, Tanzania and Mozambique. femTECH is innovative in that it adopts a strong participatory methodology with emphasis on experiential learning and self-actualization processes.

Showcasing Women is a premier website for women business owners and entrepreneurs. The site supports women through thought-pieces, action-oriented articles, education, community and more. Founded by the serial entrepreneur Suzanne Duret, Showcasing Women is now the powerful sister site of LearnSavvy and led by Jenn Aubert and Cortney Devlin.

LearnSavvy is an online education marketplace and community for women business owners. Our mission is to educate, empower, connect and inspire women who want to launch and grow sustainable businesses and create a life that they desire. We do this through providing action-oriented, affordable and tactical courses on various areas of business. Through our social initiative our courses are shared with our giving partners who distribute them to women and girls in our communities who also want to build businesses.

The Positive Impact Podcast works to elevates the work of movers, shakers, change-makers and dreamers who are creating a positive impact in the world. By highlighting their story on our Wednesday podcasts, we aim to connect them to individuals who are looking for deeper meaning and want to better understand potential solutions to complex issues facing society today.

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