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DGGF’s Seed Capital and Business Development (SCBD) facility is supporting Ibtikar Fund L.P., a firsttime fund targeting innovative Palestinian start-ups and early stage companies.
A series of interactive workshops, where learning comes as much from the activities as the instruction. Accelerators and other intermediary organizations will likely get the most value out of this content. Topics include: 1. Designing your business prototype (new product or service concepts), and 2. Prototype refinement and preparing for launch.
Measuring impact is important for businesses to ensure they are achieving their purpose and to enable them to tell their story. SPRING Accelerator's M&E approach is designed to build business' M&E capacity while collecting information needed for programme learning and reporting. In this module entrepreneurs will learn how to 1. define how their business will achieve impact for girls, and 2. plan how to measure it.
This report covers SPRING Accelerator's learning so that other accelerators, programmes, donors and ecosystem-builders can build on our experience to better support businesses to innovate for impact. We covered so much ground that we decided to break up our learning into four sub-themes: the human-centred design process, business models for girl impact, accelerator design and investment.
This report provides honest reflections about what the SPRING Accelerator learned in designing and managing an impact-focused, human-centred business accelerator, so that others may benefit from our learning. The report shares what worked well and what they would do differently, and provides practical tips for universal challenges faced by accelerators: selecting the right businesses, prioritising areas of business support, finding investment and monitoring results.
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True connections spark creativity, content and growth. At our hub forum you can make these connections with other hubs, entrepreneurship support organisations and experts. Here, you'll start sharing knowledge, showcasing resources and supporting each other through expertise.