Find the perfect incubation program for you

The most complete network of incubation programs for early-stage founders

1:1 mentorship sessions
Every week
Program duration
4-8
 months
Depends on the program you choose
Program format
Online
Some of our programs may have optional in person sessions
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Choose the program that best fits your needs as a founder and…

  • Find your product-market fit
  • Build a business that’s financially viable
  • Get another pair of eyes on your project
  • Expand your network
  • Develop new abilities and soft skills as an entrepreneur
  • Prepare your pitch to potential investors and partners
  • Develop your Executive Summary as you build your business

Apply to one of our programs and get all the resources and support you need as you build your own business

  • Our step-by-step methodology will guide you through validating your solution with real clients. 

  • One month fully focused on finding the right pricing strategy and developing the financial projections.

  • Weekly 1 hour sessions with your personalized mentor at the time you both prefer. 

  • Lifetime access to our global community of founders, mentors, and investors and access to our workshops and digital events.

  • Access to cohort meetings where you get the chance to meet and connect with fellow founders. 

  • Access to our 8 interactive business tools to take you through the fundamentals of building a business.

  • An incubation manager supporting you every step of the way. 

  • Invitation to a closing session once you have your validated business plan. 

Perks

Get benefits and discounts for your startup. You’ll get discounts on services like Google Cloud Services, Taskade, Mailjet, Hubspot for Startups, Amazon Web Services, Stripe, and more!

Training and opportunities

Workshops and resources to understand what’s a seed-stage investment and how it fits you. 

Check-out our active programs!

These are the programs we currently have active with our partners.

Language: Slovak 
Slovakia
Focus on: Art & Environment 
Through an integrated environment and art corridor, IN-HABIT Nitra will connect places and people. As part of these innovations, minority groups of people with special needs who are traditionally underrepresented in city planning and development have been included in the different stages of the project to boost inhabitant health and well-being. By creating a liveable public space for women, children, the elderly, ethnic minorities, and individuals with disabilities.

Closing Application Date

January 16th, 2023
Language: Italian 
Italy
Focus on: Animals 
IN-HABIT Lucca will foster the human-animal relationships, making it the first Hum-An smart city in Europe. By better mobilizing existing animal resources, the project will contribute to social innovation based on transition management methods and intergenerational open participation of citizens. There will be animal paths (such as cyclepaths) connecting the historic center, the Ancient Walls, and the green spaces around it.

Closing Application Date

January 16th, 2023
Language: Latvian 
Latvia
Focus on: Food 
IN-HABIT Riga will set up a multifunctional food hub for sustainably produced and locally sourced food in the area of the ?genskalns market, serving as a recreational and educational space for all ages and social groups.

Closing Application Date

January 16th, 2023
Language: Spanish 
Spain
Focus on: Heritage and culture 
IN-HABIT Cordoba will use this rich cultural heritage to explore its culture in the promotion of inclusive health and wellbeing, investigating social, cultural, digital, technological and nature-based innovations and developing green, sustainable and creative areas to drive inclusion in more deprived neighborhoods.

Closing Application Date

January 16th, 2023
Language: Spanish 
Guatemala
Focus on: Women residents of Sacatepéquez, Quetzaltenango and Guatemala 
Ella Emprende program encourages women’s entrepreneurial spirit and helps them develop their business ideas in the departments of Sacatepéquez, Quetzaltenango, and Guatemala. Through a four-month online program, we will select 20 women entrepreneurs to receive guidance from a specialized mentor as they validate their business models, define their projections, and build their growth plans.

Closing Application Date

December 18th, 2022
Language: French 
Haiti
We have partnered with Impact Hub Port-au-Prince, Caseli Foundation, and Cedel Haiti to develop early-stage ventures that will scale their impact and reach more communities at the end of the program. We will select 30 entrepreneurs to join this program.

Applications closed

Language: Spanish 
Guatemala
Puentes de Desarrollo Bi is an incubation program run by Banco Industrial and Bridge for Billions with the aim of generating positive impact on economic and social development in Guatemala. In total, 150 Guatemalan entrepreneurs from Antigua Guatemala, Chimaltenango, and Quetzaltenango will be trained as part of this initiative.

Applications closed

Language: English & Thai 
Thailand
Sector: Enviroment 
Focus on: Sustainable timber value chain 
With the support of United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), and Bridge for Billions, an incubation program will be launch in Thailand that will support up to 50 early-stage companies with the potential to promote sustainable timber trade.

Applications closed

Language: English 
Cambodia
Focus on: Early-stage Cambodian business founder 
IDEA App Cambodia EIP is the Enterprise Incubation Program initiated by Khmer Enterprise in partnership with UNIDO Cambodia through implementation of a UN joint program on the “Decent Employment for Youth in Cambodia” funded by the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation (SDC).

Applications closed

Language: Spanish 
Honduras
Sector: Technology  
The Honduras Digital Challenge incubation program is an initiative of private enterprise and international institutions to support local and regional entrepreneurs in the creation of new products/services based on the use of technology.

Applications closed

Language: English and French 
Africa
Sector: HealthTech 
Focus on: Cardiovascular Health, Breast Cancer, Virtual Care & Optimization of data-driven decision making 
By supporting African-led health tech solutions, the HealthTech Hub Africa addresses public health challenges in Africa. By collaborating with government partners, the hub aims to promote the development of health technologies in Africa and fast-track such innovations.

Applications closed

Language: English 
Africa and Latin America
Sector: Water, sanitation and hygiene 
Women in WASH Incubation Program’s main objective is to sustainably improve community access to safe and affordable Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) products and services in Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia. Our program will support 50 female-led startups with high-growth potential in the WASH sectors, enabling them to scale their impact and reach more underserved communities.

Applications closed

LEINN program 22-23

Language: Spanish 
Spain
Mondragon Team Academy together with the Basque Culinary Center and Bridge For Billions, are launching the fourth edition of this incubation program. The objective is that entrepreneurs of the LEINN Degree in Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation and students of the Basque Culinary center (entrepreneurship track) put their entrepreneurial skills into practice in the real world.

Applications closed

Language: English & Vietnamese 
Vietnam
Sector: Enviroment 
Focus on: Sustainable timber value chain 
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), and Bridge for Billions, joined forces to create an incubation program that will support up to 50 early-stage enterprises from Vietnam with the potential to promote sustainable timber trade in the region.

Applications closed

Language: English 
USA
Focus on: Over 50's entrepreneurs with low income 
By collaborating with Bridge for Billions for the second year running, AARP Foundation is thrilled to provide underserved entrepreneurial populations with more hands-on support so they can successfully launch businesses.

Applications closed

Language: English 
USA
Focus on: Women and black people developing innovation projects in North Texas 
This program by United Way Metropolitan Dallas aims to address historical opportunity and resource gaps as well as systemic racial and gender inequities in the social innovation sector in North Texas. The program was specifically built to support early-stage social ventures led and staffed by women and people of color who are working to implement new and creative solutions to pressing problems facing North Texans in the areas of Education, Income, and Health.

Applications closed

What will your learning process look like through The Leap?

The entrepreneurship journey is chaotic by nature! That’s why our methodology is based on creating an entrepreneurship learn-by-doing approach. 

Our methodology allow you to answer the tough questions about building your own business in a step-by-step format, where you’ll “learn by doing” with our 8 business modules. Work on them following your own schedule, day or night! 

The methodology that adapts to your startup!

The entrepreneurship journey is chaotic by nature! That’s why our methodology is based on creating an entrepreneurship learn-by-doing approach. 

Our methodology allow you to answer the tough questions about building your own business in a step-by-step format, where you’ll “learn by doing” with our 8 business modules. Work on them following your own schedule, day or night! 

Check-out what some of the founders in our community say!

"The Team at The Fetch Co. has finished Bridge for Billions Incubation Program and we couldn't be more grateful for winning our first Seed Funding (Growth Talent Awards)! With the seed funding as well as the knowledge we got from the incubator we know we will make a HUGE difference in the lives of stray dogs and people struggling with mental health!"
Gabriel Anzueto
Founder of The Fetch Co.. 
From Guatemala. 
"Being on Bridge for Billions community was an eye-opener for me. I learnt a lot of things business-wise. The journey with my mentor was amazing and she was always supportive. I am looking forward to putting the skills learnt on my business venture."
Pamela Wesonga
Founder of Teetyrant Enterprise. 
From Kenya. 
"I've been making best guesses at this stuff for 2 years now, but it feels so good to have logic and data informing my decision. I already feel pulled in less directions because I know where to focus our branding now––THANK YOU! I love how guided the platform is, makes it easier for me to come to conclusions in logical, step-by-step ways! Takes some of the painful overthinking out of the process that we founders often do!"
Amanda Wilson
Founder of Voxapod. 
From United States of America. 
"B4B had been a turning point for me because I have had an idea for almost 2 years, but I was not able to find a reliable structure and/or resource person to help me bring my idea to life. B4B provided me with a structure, tools, and instructions to follow in order to build my business plan. Even though I’m not a tech, finance, or marketing specialist, I have been able to bring my idea to life with the support of my two mentors who believe in its potential. "
Emelyne Bahanda
Founder of Nsengo. 
From Congo. 

Meet our Program Managers!

One of our incubation experts will help you throughout your entrepreneurship journey.

Rocío Fernández Gutiérrez
Arielle Combrink
Abigail Tzunún
Mahmoud Assy
Douglas Torres Torres
Esthefany Moscoso
Joseph Chreim
Lucila Sarquis
Tatiana Podliszewski
Sharon Batamuriza
Margarida Soares
Rocío Carrera Díaz
Natàlia Bartrolí
Santiago García
Alexandra Martins

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