StartUp Namibia is a non-profit organisation which aims to improve the conditions for the establishment and growth of startups in selected regions in Namibia. The goal is  to create new opportunities for jobs in the startup sector and build a vibrant ecosystem across the country enabling new

Future Females is a movement that exists to connect, inspire and support current and aspiring female entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs – to rapidly increase the number of and success of these women.

Future Females is a platform that provides an environment, both digitally, physically, and

StartUp School is a free online program and a global community of founders. Founded by some of South Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs and supported by Investec, a leading private specialist bank, Startup School strives to unlock entrepreneurial potential in South Africa and beyond.

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Property Point is the enterprise development initiative created by Growthpoint Properties, South Africa’s largest JSE-listed property company. Property Point is dedicated to unlocking opportunities for SMEs operating in South Africa’s property sector. Property Point understands that SMEs are crucial

Enterpriseroom is a specialist company that assists clients to develop and implement high impact, sustainable enterprise and supplier development programmes.

Enterpriseroom specialises in designing bespoke programmes to accelerate and grow SMEs by understanding their growth needs, structuring

Business Partners Limited is South Africa's leading risk financier for small and medium-sized businesses. The company offers risk finance using equity, royalty and debt finance, or a combination, and added value support in the form of mentorship and property investment and management for

Zimele is about creating sustainability in business. It’s focused on building sustainable livelihoods in the Anglo American host communities and on strengthening relationships to create synergies within Anglo American and with broader mining industry partners. 

Zimele is playing its part to

The Western Cape Government understands that young entrepreneurs play an important role in promoting social change and driving innovation. New products and services created by entrepreneurs can cause a ripple effect and stimulate related businesses or sectors that need to support the new venture

Mapfura–Makhura Incubator (MMI) was established and registered in 2006 as a Section 21 company. The incubator is sponsored by Seda Technology Programme and the Limpopo Department of Agriculture. The target of the incubator is the small scale black farmers (incubatees) and emerging biofuels producers

Grindstone is a structured entrepreneurship development programme that assists high-growth innovation-driven companies to get the fundamental building blocks in place to scale quickly and become sustainable and fundable