A growing number of business, educational and government organisations are getting behind our global initiative.

Currently they include Accelerator Academy, Alexander Rosse, AMBA, BIS, Bizantra, BSI, Chicago Booth, CleanTech Open, Emerge Venture Lab, Endeavor, Entrepreneurs World, GEW, Horsesmouth, HULT, Incisive Edge, KUTA, LearnWorlds, MediaCom, OneLeap, ProFinda, Startup Weekend, TedEx, UnLtd, US State Department, World Merit, WhyNotAssociates, YBI, and Your Big Year.

  • LearnWorlds

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    LearnWorlds, aims to be the meeting point between passionate teachers and learners. LearnWorlds offers a high-quality, premium learning platform featuring innovative interactive video, ebook, daily newspaper, integrated social networking, gamification, questionnaires, and a lot more. Teachers can design holistic learning experiences, transform their teaching passion into learners' enjoyment and share or sell their finest content through a pioneering educational amplifier.

  • Incisive Edge

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    Incisive Edge enables mid-tier B2B companies to increase sales revenues. They create the key sales messages and creative design that influences buyers. Incisive Edge work with sales teams to drive performance - resulting in more frequent conversions and increased revenue. Every client is provided with a practical route-map to follow and by which to grow. Incisive Edge deliver increased leads, improved and predictable sales, stronger client retention and greater sustained profitable revenues.

  • UnLtd

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    UnLtd is the leading provider of support to social entrepreneurs in the UK and offers the largest such network in the world. UnLtd resources hundreds of individuals each year through its core Awards programme. UnLtd operates a unique model by investing directly in individuals and offering a complete package of resources; from Awards of funding, to ongoing advice, networking and practical support. UnLtd supports individuals who have their ventures firmly rooted in delivering positive social change.

  • Startup Weekend

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    Startup Weekend supports the development and expansion of entrepreneurship through events worldwide that educate aspiring entrepreneurs by immersing them in the process of moving an idea to market. Startup Weekend has built a network of more than 100K alumni, thousands of volunteer organizers, and 100+ trained facilitators spread across more than 300+ cities in 100 countries.

  • OneLeap

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    OneLeap is an exclusive global community for entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs, innovators and thought-leaders. Members can introduce themselves directly to investors, corporate decision-makers, serial-entrepreneurs and influencers - and get a guaranteed response. Every introduction raises money for our members' chosen charities. OneLeap is the smart, fast way to high quality introductions, whether for investment, clients, partners or advice.

  • Endeavor

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    Described as “the best anti-poverty program of all,” Endeavor is leading the global movement to catalyze long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring, and accelerating the best high-impact entrepreneurs around the world. To date, Endeavor has screened more than 30,000 entrepreneurs and selected 708 individuals leading 443 high-impact companies. These high-impact entrepreneurs have created over 180,000 jobs, are generating over $5bn in revenues, and inspiring future generations to innovate and take risks. Endeavor currently operates in 15 countries throughout Latin America, Africa, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.

  • US State Department

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    The US State Department's Global Entrepreneur Program was launched by Hilary Clinton in 2010. Designed to support entrepreneurship ecosystems around the world, the GEP aims to act as a catalyst through private-public partnerships. GEP partners include NGOs, Universities, Corporates, Foundations and Investors focused on entrepreneurship. The GEP currently coordinates the efforts and resources of 125 partners in 6 areas of activity essential for the effective development of entrepreneurship: identifying, training and connecting entrepreneurs, access to finance, supportive regulation and celebrating entrepreneurial success.

  • AMBA

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    The Association of MBAs is the international impartial authority on postgraduate business education. Established in 1967, it sets the global standard for accrediting MBA, DBA and MBM programmes. The Association currently accredits MBA provisions in 189 schools in more than 75 countries. It is also a professional membership association connecting MBA students and graduates, accredited business schools and MBA employers across the world.

  • Accelerator Academy

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    The Accelerator Academy is a part time, 16 week long intensive program of training and mentoring for early stage, high growth potential digital businesses. The Academy supports ambitious start-ups through providing access to strategic seed capital. Emerging entrepreneurs are mentored by exited tech entrepreneurs to improve their market and investor readiness.

  • BIS

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    The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) is making a difference by enabling growth – from investing in skills to making markets more dynamic and reducing regulation, and from boosting innovation and helping people start and grow a business. BIS priorities include stimulating enterprise and trade, making this the decade of the entrepreneur, and creating a positive business environment.

  • Bizantra

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    The complete management toolset & team workspace for startups & small businesses. From Project Files to Finance, CRM & more, selectively share with your team & partner businesses, all in a secure system that works in the cloud & offline to manage & grow your business anywhere. 12 months free.

  • BSI

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    BSI (British Standards Institution) is the world’s first National Standards Body that develops standards-based solutions to promote innovation worldwide. Regardless of size, sector, or geography, using standards is fundamental to help businesses grow, access global markets, reduce risk, and be more competitive. Standards can be product or service-related but are all about being best in class and improving quality and performance in a sustainable and socially responsible way.

  • Chicago Booth

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    Since 1898, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business has produced ideas and leaders that shape the world of business. At our campuses in Singapore, London and Chicago our rigorous approach to business education transforms our students into confident and respected leaders. At Chicago Booth, we constantly question and test ideas, seek proof and are dedicated to advancing the knowledge and practice of entrepreneurship worldwide.

  • CleanTech Open

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    Cleantech Open aims to find, fund and foster the most promising cleantech startups on the planet. It is the leading force for accelerating clean technology entrepreneurs. Of the nearly 600 companies it has worked with, 80% remain viable today and gone on to raise external capital exceeding $660 million.

  • Emerge Venture Lab

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    The Emerge Venture Lab supports student entrepreneurs to discover and bring to market innovative business models that will help solve some of the world’s most pressing social and environmental challenges. We nurture the next generation of social impact drivers by delivering a highly selective, mentorship-based accelerator program to an annual cohort of dedicated teams of entrepreneurial students and recent graduates.

  • Entrepreneurs World

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    Entrepreneurs World is a membership organisation designed to meet the needs of the entrepreneurial community for peer group collaboration, with a focus on ideas exchange, mutual assistance and learning, ahead of self-promotion.

  • GEW

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    Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare.During one week each November, GEW inspires over 11 million people in more than 120 countries through local, national and global activities designed to help them explore their potential as self-starters and innovators.

  • Horsesmouth

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    horsesmouth is the world’s leading venue for online mentoring. It is the social network for informal mentoring, where everyone can give and gain. You can search for a mentor, be a mentor, or simply browse the inspirational profiles and stories on the site - safely and for free. It's social networking with a purpose. We call it the wisdomocracy.

  • HULT

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    Hult International Business School is a global institution that transforms lives by providing an exceptionally valuable and enduring education that brings together people, cultures, and ideas from all around the world. The school encourages personal growth, intellectual integrity, global sensitivity, local engagement, and civic values, so that students are able to flourish in the global economy and are empowered to contribute meaningfully to their business and community.

  • KUTA

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    Lara Morgan is dedicated to delivering honest and practical help to enable businesses to achieve their full potential. KUTA (Kick Up The Arse) is a platform for entrepreneurs to access unique short cuts, check-lists and business performance measurement systems to free up time, increase effectiveness and help accelerate growth.

  • MediaCom

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    With a pedigree in TV, print, outdoor and direct, MediaCom has pioneered return on investment in new media. The MediaCom network comprises 4,600 people working in 116 offices in 89 countries. Clients include some of the world's most successful brands, such as P&G, Coca-Cola and the Volkswagen Group.

  • Tedx

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    Created in the spirit of TED’s mission, “ideas worth spreading,” the TEDx program is designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through TED-like experiences at the local level. TEDx events are fully planned and coordinated independently, on a community-by-community basis.

  • Why Not Associates

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    Why Not Associates is a British graphic design company with global reach. They turn our passion for design into commercial success for clients in business, government and the public sector. For nearly 25 years, why not associates have been creating innovative work for clients large and small. Working in many different media on many types of projects, including corporate identity, digital design, 
motion graphics and television commercial direction, editorial design, environmental design, publishing, and public art.

  • YBI

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    Youth Business International has a presence in 34 countries and hosts Global Entrepreneurship Week in 10 countries. With HRH The Prince of Wales as our President, we are a global network of independent non-profit initiatives, helping young people to start and grow their own business and create employment. We support entrepreneurs through access to credit, volunteer business mentoring and business start-up support. Since 2000, we have helped over 100,000 young people to create their own business and generate employment.