950 new entrepreneurs incubated their projects with us, increasing our impact by 60% since 2020.
We co-created 38 new programs with B2B partners who share our purpose.
We implemented programs in a vast number of countries across North and Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia, helping local entrepreneurs build solutions to problems that matter the most.
We kept our promise to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with over two thirds of our programs supporting minority-led startups.
We boosted job creation, reaching an average of 5 jobs created per team during the 2 years following their incubation.
We supported entrepreneurs building innovative solutions for the betterment of society in sectors such as MedTech, Reforestation, Youth Education, Agriculture, HighTech, Health and Wellbeing, Food and beverage, Sustainable Transportation and many more.
All-time ImpactIt’s not all about 2021 – since 2015 we’ve been using entrepreneurship as a vehicle to reactivate the economy through job creation, connect employees with their purpose, make innovation for all a reality and support entrepreneurs creating solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. After 7 years in business, we’re proud to still be shaking up the ecosystem with positive impact.
The impact of our programs to this day
Our Programs 2021
In 2021, we were pleased to welcome on board new organizations to build programs with us, as well as continue collaborating with our existing partners. Here are some of the unique programs we co-created.
Al Borg Medtech Accelerator
CAA Incubation Program
Social Innovation Incubator
Programa de Incubación
The Restoration Factory
IDEA App Program
Visa Mentorship Program
Work for Yourself@50+
Stories that Matter
We’re driven to keep growing by the entrepreneurs powering a new kind of innovation, generating solutions to better their communities and finding the most innovative ways to change the status quo. Here are some of their stories.
Empowering minority groups
We are Poderosas
Alejandra Ramos Gómez
We are Poderosas is a bilingual self-empowerment and spoken word initiative for girls, focused on supporting immigrant communities who come from Spanish-speaking countries and who might not find support or programs in their mother tongue. The project supports girls’ socioemotional development by providing workshops on life skills, oracy, self-advocacy, and emotional literacy. This social initiative seeks to create self-empowered social agents in local communities to combat gender inequity.
Entrepreneurship at any age
Revelations Life Sciences LLC
Juanita worked as a practitioner nurse for 30+ years specializing in gerontology, Alzheimer’s disease, and Lupus, and decided to start her venture, Revelations Life Sciences LLC, to create innovative, therapeutic products for the wellbeing of women at 60 years old, unable to handle the physical pressure of working on a hospital ward. Noticing the outdated nature of some products and practices, and with the surge of healthcare innovation Covid-19 has brought, she spotted an opportunity to structure and validate her business through the program and will be launching her first product, a fully-equipped kit for diabetics very soon.
Powering job creation
Forbes Top 30 Under 30 recipient Fatoumata is now on a mission to address food shortages and excessive importation in Africa by accelerating vegetable production through Hydroponics. Her research shows the impact of hydroponics on African vegetable growers could be huge: their lives and livelihoods would improve, with year-round activity and their revenues could double. The Goodness Green Team believes this will also be a practical solution to integrate thousands of young people into the agribusiness sector every year.
Creating opportunity for youth
Tulio Tercero founded Nerdy Punk after learning about the lack of educational tech content for beginners in Honduras and across Latin America as well as the need for coders in the region. NerdyPunk is providing affordable tech education for kids and young adults in a way they can access it anywhere they are.
Innovation that Matters
Núria Pastor and Unai Sanchez
A multidisciplinary team of developers, designers, product owners, healthcare professionals and business & marketing analysts with a mission to provide real-time, reliable, and quality health data to improve clinical outcomes. The team has grown by 12 members and raised €2,500,000 in Seed funding from the European Commission since participating in the Making More Health program supported by an expert mentor from Boehringer Ingelheim.
All of this is made possible by…
This is made possible by the support of our B2B partners and our common purpose to increase access to high quality entrepreneurship support and training around the globe. We’d like to extend a thank you to all those who continue to work with us, and are looking forward to what we’ll create together in 2022.