A network approach to growing green entrepreneurship
April 24, 2018 Editor 0
How do you empower local entrepreneurs to advance bottom-up solutions to climate change? How do you provide local green entrepreneurs with the technical assistance and market intelligence they need to validate innovative technologies and business models? How do you improve these entrepreneurs’ access to capital?
These are some of the questions discussed by the World Bank Group’s Climate Business Innovation Network (CBIN) at its most recent meeting in Pretoria, South Africa earlier this month.
This network of leaders of incubators and accelerators from around the world meets bi-annually to share their experiences supporting green entrepreneurs, brainstorm solutions to common challenges, and learn from business incubation experts in this emerging field.
- Giving Francophone African incubators the keys to accelerate growth entrepreneurship
- Crowdfunding for Development: Recommendations Vs. Reality
- Mapping Morocco’s green entrepreneurship ecosystem
- Bringing together earth-friendly products and South Africa’s poor
- If you want to go far, go together
- Entrepreneurs slaying dragons in South Africa
Categories: World Bank PSD
Tags: green entrepreneurship
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