SoZimbabwe’s Social Entrepreneurship bootcamp is on and now all social entrepreneurs are clled upon to submit their entries for the six-month structured bootcamp where they will gain the skills, tools and on completion may receive initial capital needed to launch a successful social enterprise.
Additionally, they will get access to local and international experts to help entrepreneurs across Zimbabwe develop a solid business model.
The bootcamp is a collaboration between a Mandela Washington Fellow with a desire to support young people working to address social issues in their communities and the U.S. Department of State.
“We seek to build sustainable and profitable social enterprises by providing social business expertise, international networks and mentorship.
“Are you an entrepreneur determined to revolutionize your industry? Are you so passionate about a social issue that you are driven to action? Is your passion so intense it has taken a life of its own? Apply for the Social Entrepreneurship Bootcamp and turn your passion into a sustainable enterprise!,” read the invite.
In developing countries such as Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia, social enterprises have the potential to deliver critical public goods, support the public and the private sector, and create truly scalable business models. Be part of the solution!