Become the entrepreneur you want to be in  90 days

Develop and validate your business plan through The Leap, our 3 month incubation program.

100% Online Incubation Program

Entrepreneur's journey

One-to-One regular mentoring

Weekly Group Sessions

Founder-to-Founder Community

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The Leap has to offer

Immersive learning platform & learning tools
Support of our community of 250 engaged professionals
Exclusive Perks: Hubspot, AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, etc...
18 hours of one-to-one meetings with experienced mentors
Weekly group checkpoints
& additional resources
Zero equity taken
Chance to win seed capital

The Leap

Bridge for Billions' incubation program offers you:

Our Online Platform

Get access to an immersive learning platform & tools wherever and whenever you want.

One-to-One Mentoring

You’ll be partnered with someone to personally guide you & help grow your project.

Exclusive Perks

Special access and discounts to leading tools (Hubspot, AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, etc.)

Founders Community

Become a part of an active, supportive community of 1,000+ entrepreneurs & mentors.

Zero equity. Chance for seed capital.

In our program, you don’t have to give up any % of your business, and you get the chance to win a seed capital prize.

Weekly group sessions

You’ll have sessions with our executive team to help you develop your business and get the most out of our tools.
Full Program Information

Should you take The Leap?

Entrepreneur's journey line
Early-stage business / non-profit idea
Concept / MVP / recently launched stage
Motivated about developing your venture
Can dedicate 7h/week over 3 months
Will play an active role within our community
Has a good internet connection
I'm ready

They've taken The Leap

See our alumni from your sector

Water & Sanitation
Hendrix Charvolin Entrepreneur
Hendrix Charvolin
Toulon, France

WaterCollect aims to reduce our consumption of drinkable water. Its product enables people to save from 6 to 9 L of water every time you flush the toilet, and cut their water bill by 30 to 40%. The product is directly installed inside the toilets.

Health & Medical
Pritish Bhavnani Entrepreneur
Pritish Bhavnani
New Delhi, India

A Cry for Help Foundation is working towards reducing mental health issues among teenagers by establishing self-help groups in school. Their goal is to implement adequate support systems for students suffering from the stress and trauma of bullying.

Arts, Culture & Sports
Agne Ignataviciene Entrepreneur
Agne Ignataviciene
Vilnius, Lithuania

Veracraft uses the power of e-commerce to distribute quality handcrafts (jewelry, clothing, home accessories) made by vulnerable demographics in developing countries. The marketplace also aims to make consumers reflect on their consumption habits. 

Education & Training
Constantina Tsiplakis
Oslo, Norway

Mangfold Forlag creates tools to help answer hard questions from children. They aim to build caring, peaceful, and diverse societies through the development and preservation of empathy in children and adults.

Agricultre & Fishing
Sumeena Karki
Kathmandu, Nepal

RARA BioTech develops pregnancy detection kits for cattle that can detect pregnancy from milk or blood within 30 days after insemination. By knowing the status of pregnancy beforehand, farmers can make better decisions.

IT, Hight-Tech & Industry
Arus Manvelyan
Berlin, Germany

KoanVR is a health tech startup in Berlin that provides VR therapy for medium and large sized companies to reduce stress levels and drastically improve the work atmosphere and well-being of employees.

Travel, Food & Entertainment
Christopher Kain
Vienna, Austria

Bag2Share offers the world's first luggage sharing platform and creates a community that is willing to share its bags and suitcases with each other. An intuitive and user-friendly platform that allows everyone to find the ideal bag within the community.

Finance, Insurance & Legal
Héritier Kitumaini
Bukavu, Congo

BucecoLoans offers financial services in order to empower vulnerable demographics (youth, women, and autonomous farmers) both socially and economically, and helps them achieve sustainable growth.

Assistance, Society & Human Rights
Silvia Fernandez Cadevall
Barcelona, Spain

Arte Paliativo is a social business that takes care of the emotional, spiritual and social wellbeing of people with terminal diseases through artistic mediation based on counseling and art therapy, both in the public and the private sectors.

Beauty & Fashion
Carolina Ferrer
Barcelona, Spain

Roots + Sisters is the creation of original and exclusive garments, which integrate textile crafts, commissioned directly to small artisans in Spain and other parts of the world. It is created by a multidisciplinary team of women.

Cities, Housing & Transportation
Marc Rosenberg
Pittsburgh, USA

RenTrust is a housing marketplace where students from around the world can find and share short-term housing opportunities when traveling or working. Thanks to the platform, students save time and limit the risks of scam. 

Energy & Environment
Santiago Jiménez
Madrid, Spain

Liight is a startup focused on motivating people to lead a more sustainable lifestyle. Through gamification mechanics and smart city systems we encourage actions such as the use of public transport, cycling or recycling.

They've taken The Leap

See our alumni from your sector

Water & Sanitation
Hendrix Charvolin
Toulon, France

WaterCollect aims to reduce our consumption of drinkable water. Its product enables to save from 6 to 9L of water every time you flush the toilet, as well as cutting the water bill by 30 to 40%. The product is directly installed in the toilets.

Education & Training
Constantina Tsiplakis
Founder

Mangfold Forlag creates tools to help answer hard questions from children. They aim to build caring, peaceful and diverse societies through the development and preservation of empathy in children and adults.

Health & Medical
Pritish Bhavnani
New Delhi, India

A Cry for Help Foundation is working towards reducing mental health issues among teenagers by establishing self-help groups in school. Their goal is to implement adequate support system for students suffering from stress and trauma of bullying

Arts, Culture & Sports
Agne Ignataviciene
Vilnius, Lithuania

Veracraft uses the power of e-commerce to distribute quality handicraft (jewelry, clothing, home accessories) made by vulnerable demographics of developing countries. The marketplace also aims to make consumer reflect on their consumption habits. 

Agricultre & Fishing
Sumeena Karki
Kathmandu, Nepal

RARA BioTech develops pregnancy detection kit for cattle that can detect pregnancy from milk or blood within 30 days after insemination. By knowing the status of pregnancy beforehand, farmers can make better decisions.

IT, Hight-Tech & Industry
Arus Manvelyan
Berlin, Germany

KoanVR is a health tech startup in Berlin. We provide VR therapy for medium and large sized companies to reduce stress levels and drastically improve the work atmosphere and well-being of employees.

Travel, Food & Entertainment
Christopher Kain
Vienna, Austria

Bag2Share offers the world first luggage sharing platform and create a community that is willing to share its bags and suitcases with each other. An intuitive and user-friendly platform that allows everyone to find the ideal bag within the community.

Finance, Insurance & Legal
Héritier Kitumaini
Bukavu, Congo

Bcecoloans offers financial services in order to empower vulnerable demographics (youth, women, and autonomous farmers) both socially and economically, and help them achieve sustainable growth.

Assistance, Society & Human Rights
Silvia Fernandez Cadevall
Barcelona, Spain

Arte Paliativo is a social business that takes care of the emotional, spiritual and social wellbeing of people with last-term diseases through artistic mediation based on counseling and art therapy, both in the public and the private sectors.

Eider Etxebarria Entrepreneur
Eider Etxebarria
Founder, BiziPoz, Spain

"The program helped us assess the viability of our project. Our mentor Eva was very involved and her guidance had a real effect on our company’s development and sustainability."

Awarded Forbes 30 under 30 Spain 2018
Recognized by Ashoka Spain as a top innovator in health
David Asiamah
Founder, Agro Mindset, Ghana

"Before finding Bridge for Billions, I had found it difficult to find business mentoring that didn’t cost a fortune."

Awarded Forbes 30 under 30 Africa 2016
Awarded African Achievers Award 2015
Alvaro De Francisco
Founder, Miwuki, Spain

"By launching our app to the market, we were able to increase by 10% the adoption rate for pet shelters and to date we’ve managed more than 13,000 adoptions."

European Youth Award winner 2017
More than 100,000 app downloads
Akira Skana
Founder, Zero Waste Academy, Japan

"Bridge for Billions was such a great opportunity and experience! I still have a call in different occasion with my mentor, I highly recommended to everyone!"

Co-chair of the World Economic Forum 2019
Changed the law about waste in Japan
Miguel Linera
Founder, AREX, Spain

"Being incubated by Bridge for Billions allowed us to not only understand better our business model, but also our limitations and potential risks. It's an extraordinary experience designed to build strong foundations for the future success of the company. 100% recommended!"

Awarded Top 50 Proptech Startup in Europe
Currently raising his seed investment round
Ryan Villanueva
Founder, Waypost, United States of America

"I think the hardest part of being an entrepreneur is going solo without external validation, but Bridge for Billions has been a key part of bridging that gap to where we are now."

Partner with his Bridge mentor as co-founder for Waypost
Winner of The Leap September Cohort Prize
Joel Mendoza
Founder, Coinch, Colombia

During years, I was trying to get the required knowledge to build my startup. I found several incubators programs but all of them had a long acceptance process without warranties. When I accessed B4B was surprised about the approach they follow, as a completely online program they have all necessary tools to build your business.

4,4/5 rating on Google Play Store
72.000+ apps downloads to date
Emmanuel Mzembe
Founder, Bikema Academic Centre, Malawi

"Bridge for Billions is one of the best mentoring programs I have ever come across. By attending the program I met amazing mentors that helped me structure my business hence it now has a clear direction."

Raised over $3,000 in crowdfunding & business angel
+25 growth after taking The Leap

How can The Leap help you?

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Online Platform

The platform is the core of your incubation program and allows you to work together with teammates, receive feedback from your mentor, and chat with our support staff at anytime. It will be the place where you can access our 8 interactive business tools, find extra resources, and view your Visual Business Plan.

Validated Visual Business Plan

Every time you complete a tool on the platform, your Visual Business Plan will grow. At the end of the program, you can download your Visual Business Plan that contains all of the information you need to pitch your idea to investors, present your project in competitions, or simply showcase your work.

Founder-to-Founder Community: Connect, Share & Keep Learning

You will not be alone in this journey! As a member of The Leap incubation program you will join an active community of fellow entrepreneurs just like you to share ideas, ask questions, and find resources. And even after you’ve completed The Leap, you will remain a member of Bridge for Billions global ecosystem for life.

Exclusive Perks

When joining our program, you will benefit from discounted prices on all the tools you need to make the most out of The Leap and take your project to the next step: Hubspot CRM, Google Cloud, Amazon Activate, IBM & Digital Oceans Clouds, Stripe Payment…

When you take The Leap you are joining...

Metrics business incubated
580
Businesses Incubated
Number of businesses who have gone through a Bridge for Billions' Program
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57
Nationalities of entrepreneurs
Our goal is to become a truly global community of entrepreneurs and mentors
Logo female entrepreneurs
47%
Female Entrepreneurs
Unfortunately, the world average in similar programs is around 10%
Logo success Bridge
96%
Said Bridge for Billions was a factor for success
As reported by the end-of-incubation survey that every entrepreneur completes
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32
Entrepreneurship Programs
Built with corporates, universities, foundations, and governments.
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73%
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Proportion of businesses which are still in operation 1 year after the program
One to one mentorship

480 mentors
to support you

You won't be alone as
you structure and validate
your business plan

18h of one-to-one mentorship
Challenge your hypothesis
Learn from their experience
I want to know more about mentors

Some of our mentors

Michel Magdongon amazon mentor
Michel Magdongon
Pathways Operations Manager, Amazon
Fabrice Muchiga ashoka mentor
Fabrice Muchiga
Country Representative, Ashoka
Emma Giner mentor
Emma Giner
International HR Director
Victor Grau Serrat
Director of Engineering, Enigma MPC
Elisa Llorente
Marketing Oncology, AstraZeneca
Jorge Iparraguirre Gómez
Founder
Jaime Jimenez
EMEA Success Engagement Director
Rosa-María López-Carneros
Head of Commercial Operations
Guilherme Ubiali
Customer Strategy Manager, GSK
Ana Metz
Startup Sourcing Manager, EU Startups
Stefan Dienstag
Program Manager, WeWork
Alina Amador
Project Manager Pricing, Fairtrade Int.
Ami Baumgardner
Vehicle Logistics Specialist, BMW
Javier Martin Robles
Open Innovation Director, Sngular
Clare Seekins
Project Lead, Generation Citizen

The Bridge for Billions Methodology

Forget about old slides, the static incomplete business canvas, and boring online videos. Our online tools are immersive, interactive, and contain an innovation-based entrepreneurship methodology.

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Value Proposition

Boost your understanding of available opportunities in the market, your customers' needs, and the unique benefits of your product.

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Competition Map

Identify the strengths and weaknesses of your offer, how you stand out from competitors, and find your true competitive advantage.

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Stakeholder Map

Determine the different partners you need to launch your business and create a map of your partner networks and distribution channels.

Business Model & Marketing

Get a clear picture of the activities that are essential for your business to grow and figure out how to attract customers and make them want to come back.

Pricing & Business Viability

Understand more about the costs of attracting your customers and find out the optimal price point that will make your business financially viable.

Financial Projections

You don’t need to be an expert in finance; we’ll guide you through identifying your costs and revenue, as well as figuring out when you will break even. 

Impact Plan

Shape your mission and vision, determine your desired social impact, and then learn how to accurately measure if you’re achieving your objectives.

Growth Plan

Build a viable plan for the growth of your business, set objectives for the next 3 years to come, anticipate risks, and find strategies to always be prepared.

Value Proposition

Better understand the opportunities available to you in the market, the needs of your customers, and the unique benefits of your product or service.

Competition Map

Identify the strengths and weaknesses of your offer, how you stand out from competitors, and find your true competitive advantage.

Stakeholder Map

Determine the different partners necessary for operating your business, create a map of your partner networks and different distribution channels.

Business Model & Marketing

Get a clear picture of the activities that are essential for your business to grow, and figure out how to attract customers and keep them coming back.

Pricing & Business Viability

Understand more about the costs of attracting your customers and find out the optimal price point that will make your business financially viable.

Financial Projections

You don’t need to be an expert in finance; we’ll guide you through identifying the costs and revenue, as well as when you can expect to break even

Impact Plan

Shape your mission and vision, determine your desired social impact, and then learn how to accurately measure if you’re achieving your objectives

Growth Plan

Build a viable plan for the growth of your business, set objectives for the next 3 years to come, anticipate risks, and find strategies to always be prepared.

What are the steps to join?

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Submit your application
(+ potential interview)
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Accept your spot
3
Match with your mentor
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Start the incubation program
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How much does The Leap cost?

We know... you wish The Leap was free. So do we! But the truth is, creating and running our program costs (a lot of) money — three times what we charge to be precise.

We believe in making entrepreneurship support accessible, so we decided to take most of the cost off your shoulders, but your contribution is what enables us to provide you with a tailored program, direct support, and a top-notch online platform.
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Direct access to customer support
Exclusive perks: Hubspot, GSuite, Amazon... 
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We dream of a world where entrepreneurs can have access to support, no matter their economic status. In the meantime, we allocate a limited number of partially-funded financial aid offers that are exclusively need-based. Learn more.

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Check out our FAQ — if you can't find what you are looking for you can

What is The Leap?
What is The Leap? 
What support does The Leap provide to selected entrepreneurs and their businesses?

We provide different  incubation programs, 100% online, that help early-stage entrepreneurs to structure and develop their entrepreneurial projects. All our programs provide:
• 3-month access to our learn-by-doing proven methodology
• 18h of one to one mentorship with your personal support
• 8 “Checkpoints”, online meetings with your cohort and our team to deepen the work on each critical aspect of your business and leverage the collective intelligence of the group
• Lifetime access to a peers community
• Participation in the cohort award to compete for €1K of seed capital

For more details, consult our full program description here

How many businesses have been through The Leap? What have been the results?

1000 entrepreneurs from around the world (57 countries) founding 580 businesses have participated in the incubation program to date. Over 70% of all who start the program successfully complete the incubation within the 3 months and emerge with a viable business plan for their go-to-market and/or fundraising efforts. Some entrepreneurs have even launched their prototype and/or generated sales and revenue during the incubation program.

More commonly, participants emerge with a roadmap for continuing to test and update their idea and many of them use the knowledge gained through the tools and curriculum to test other ideas after the program ends. Some of them discover quickly that their initial idea will not work - and they report that their time was well spent discovering this sooner rather than later! In the months following the program, 96% of entrepreneurs said Bridge for Billions was a factor for their success.

What kind of entrepreneurs do you support?

We support early stage entrepreneurs that either have a solid idea they’re passionate about pursuing, an MVP/prototype with little business structure, or an early-stage company. Most of our cohorts are open to all sectors, but some are sector-based, so make sure you check the program details before applying. We have entrepreneurs from 57+ countries and the program is 100% online, so you can easily join from anywhere in the world. As of today, the program is available in English and Spanish (French to be released soon).

How can I apply? 
How to Apply?
How are the participants selected?

We choose promising entrepreneurs who are proposing products or services that solve real problems and have the dedication to make them a reality. The selection process includes an online application and possibly a video interview to ensure that accepted entrepreneurs  are ready for the incubation program. We evaluate applicants based on:
• the stage of maturity of your project at this moment (should be from solid idea to early-stage company)
• the needs you currently have (should be about getting external validation, planning your go-to market and have a clear roadmap for the next months; we are not an investment fund)
• your understanding of the problem you’re solving for your customers
• your passion to solve this problem and launch your business
• the innovative nature of your project

The best tip we can give you for your application: show us you’ve really thought about your business and the problem you’re solving, and that you’re ready to put all of your energy into making it a reality.

Do I need to send in documentation to support my application?

Nope. Just fill out your profile and then your online program application – that’s all you need for us.
You can do it here.

Can I apply to more than one program?

Yes, you can, however if you are accepted into a program, accepting your spot means all other ongoing applications with be aborted. This guarantees that selected entrepreneurs are focused on one program only.

I’m a single founder. Can I get into The Leap or do you only look for teams?

We accept both teams and solo founders to our program.

I’m a single founder. Can you help me find a co-founder?

While we don't directly provide this service, it has happened in the past that teams got formed through our community, or even that a mentor joined a solo entrepreneur as co-founder. We suggest youCheck out websites like CoFoundersLab or Founder2be. We also suggest you check local entrepreneurship Meetups and events in your city on Eventbrite to network.

Who are the mentors? 
Who are the Mentors? 
How does the “Matching” with a mentor works?

Once accepted to the program you will enter the “matching” phase, 10-15 days dedicated to finding the perfect mentor match for you. During matching, basic information about your project will be accessible to our community of mentors and they will invite you to initial meetings so you can get to know each other. You can attend as many meetings as you want, but eventually you will have to choose your preferred mentor.

The process of matching is one where you as entrepreneurs must be active participants by answering to mentors’ invitations and letting us know how your meetings go within the indicated deadlines. We send all accepted entrepreneurs the important dates and deadlines of the matching process that should be respected. A consistent lack of response from an entrepreneur will be taken as a lack of interest in the program and can lead to their acceptance being revoked.

What is exactly the role of the mentor?

Your mentor is your guide throughout the program, someone who can understand the ins and outs of your business and, week after week, help you validate your strategy for each critical stage, from better targeting your customers to having a 3 years growth plan. Mentors support you through collaboration on the platform as well as in-person video chats once a week.

Who exactly are Bridge for Billions' mentors?

Our 560+ volunteer mentors come from a variety of backgrounds and sectors. All of them are trained to the Bridge for Billions methodology and share our passion for helping entrepreneurs in the early stages of development. They're all volunteers who will give their 100% to you and your project. More on our mentors here.

I also have my own mentor, can he/she join me during the program?

If you know someone who you’d like to join your project as your mentor you can invite them to apply to join Bridge for Billions as a mentor here. If approved, they will join our onboarding session and then select your project during the “Matching” period. Like other mentors, they will have to sign a Mentorship Agreement with a confidentiality clause prior to accessing your project on the platform.

Content & Commitment
Content & Commitment
What will a typical week be like for an entrepreneur enrolled in The Leap?

A typical week is a blend of online work, live video calls with your mentors, peers and the Bridge team, and activities to learn more about your customers and develop your prototype. You’ll work on our online platform following our step by step methodology, you’ll meet with your mentor for a 1-2h conference call to brainstorm and validate the work previously submitted, you’ll meet 1h with your cohort for a “Checkpoint” about the current tool, and you’ll interact with peers and access articles and extra resources in our online community. Many activities outside the platform are also recommended to validate your hypothesis, such as customer interviews, focus groups, competitive research, etc.

Do I need to attend all 8 checkpoints?

The “Checkpoints” are the core of The Leap experience, and the best opportunity to talk about your strategy with others and overcome challenges with peers. We strongly recommend that you attend all of them, or have someone from your team attend if you’re not available for any reason.

What is the time commitment to the program?

The more time you’re able to put in, the better the results! We’ve structured the program so that you should be able to complete all activities within 6 to 8 hours per week (including a 1h video call with your mentor and another with your cohort), but there are always opportunities for you to go deeper and spend more time on each stage to significantly develop and validate your ideas. If you can’t commit to at least 6 hours per week over 3 months, this probably isn’t the program for you. You can also divide some of the work with other people on your team (if any).

Will I earn a certificate?

Yes, entrepreneurs who successfully complete the incubation program do receive a certificate.

What technology will I need for the program?

You will need to be able to use a laptop or desktop computer (not tablet or smartphone) and preferably one of these browsers: Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox. We expect you to have a strong, reliable internet connection both for your online work on the platform and to participate in the Checkpoints and online mentors calls via video conference.

I’m concerned about my intellectual property if I apply. Should I be worried about this?

We hope that our reputation speaks for itself on this topic. We treat your application & program data as confidential information. They are protected by our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy, and your mentor will also sign a Mentorship Agreement that includes a confidentiality clause.

Can my teammate work with me on the project?

Of course! Our program was made for collaboration with your entire team. You can easily invite your teammates to join your project and seamlessly collaborate on its development (this doesn’t incur any additional fee). You can work at the same time as a teammate, but note, however, that our platform does not allow for live collaboration as with google docs - you will only see a teammates edits after refreshing the page and you should be careful not to “override” one another’s inputs.

Cost & Funding
Cost & Funding
What is the program fee?

The program has a fee of $525 / 450€ per team paid in three monthly installments ($175 / €150 each month for 3 months). Financial aid is available based on economic need (see next question).

Why isn't The Leap free? 

Yes, we know: you wish The Leap was free. So do we! But the truth is that creating and implementing such programs costs (a lot of) money - much more than what we charge. And we took the decision to take most of the cost off your shoulders, because we believe it is our mission to bring more diversity and inclusivity to entrepreneurial ecosystems.

Your contribution  is what enables us to provide you with a tailored program, direct support and a top-notch online platform. We also think it is a token of your commitment to make the most out of everything The Leap has to offer you.

We worked hard to set an affordable price while still being faithful to The Leap’s amazing added value. We dream of a world where entrepreneurs could have unlimited access to such programs, no matter their economic status or background. In the meantime, we decided to allocate a limited number of partially-funded financial aid offers that are exclusively need-based for each of our cohorts.

Can you tell me more about financial aid?

We offer financial aid up to 60% for need-based, economic reasons only. There are no 100% fee waivers and the average financial aid we provide rounds up to 40%. If you apply for financial aid which is a separate application process after your regular one, you will be asked to provide documentary evidence demonstrating your personal circumstances. A financial aid request with no documents cannot be taken into consideration. More on financial aid here.

How can we get funded after The Leap ends?

We don’t directly invest in any business that takes part in The Leap program. However, all throughout the program we connect you to prize opportunities, competitions, and other opportunities for funding. We also prepare you for fundraising through expert masterclasses and, provided you have finished the incubation program, you can be connected to investors from our network based on geography, sector, and other criteria.

What is the cohort prize and how does it work?

At the end of each cohort, all entrepreneurs that have completed the program can compete for a $1,200 (€1,000) seed capital cash prize. The competition is mostly based on peer and mentor votes and a small part of the rating will come from the reach of your video pitch on social media.

Do you take equity or any stake in my business?

No, we do not and will never take equity or any participation in your company. We think a flat fee for the program is the fairest possible model for entrepreneurs.

What payment methods do you accept?

You will need a credit or debit card to pay for the program fee (Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, American Express). If you have been selected to a program and do not own a credit or debit card, contact us at info@bridgeforbillions.org - we can’t promise anything but we’ll analyze your case individually.

Can I extend my program after the 3 months?

Yes, we give you the option to extend your program for as many additional months as you want, for a fee of $30 / €25 per month. Regardless of extending or not, you are part of the online community and its resources for life.

I’ve heard a lot about the Bridge for Billions ecosystem and being a part of the community for life. Is there anything I could do to get kicked out of the ecosystem?

Yes, while very unlikely, you can get expelled from the program and community if you show an unacceptable behaviour towards your mentors, peers, or the Bridge team and/or if you do not cover the program fee.

What if I’m not happy with my Bridge for Billions experience?

You may have the right to request a refund in accordance with our Cancellation and Refund Policy that follows:
If you are in the first month of your incubation program a partial refund (of 50%)* can be granted, but only if you have requested it within the first 3 days after your first payment was made. After the first three days of your incubation program, you may cancel your program at anytime, which will nullify any future payments, but no refund of past payments will be granted.
*This partial reimbursement policy reflects the efforts that were taken on your behalf to select and onboard you onto the program, find a mentor for your project, etc.

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