Meet & Multiply Inclusive Business Action Network (iBAN): Learn from the best!

Deadline: 1 February 2019

Meet & Multiply is seeking social entrepreneurs and companies who want to adopt or replicate successful inclusive business models. There are 10 seats available per business.

Endeva in partnership with iBAN (the Inclusive Business Action Network) are organising Meet & Multiply as a side event at the Intellecap’s “Sankalp Africa Summit” in Nairobi, Kenya on February 20, 2019. It will be an opportunity for East African entrepreneurs and established companies to meet the founders and CEO’s of successful inclusive businesses that are interested in scaling their model in East Africa. These “originators” are keen to set up franchises, joint ventures and partnerships with “adopters”; suitable partners in Kenya and other East African countries who have the ability to help replicate the model.

Originators are inclusive businesses with successful and replicable models. They seek partners to adopt or replicate their business model.

Adopters are entrepreneurs or businesses with an interest in bringing proven inclusive businesses to their region.

Meet & Multiply brings both together to explore how to successfully replicate the originator business models. M&M will:

  • feature a well-curated participant list
  • facilitate the brokering of partnerships between companies
  • create links to valuable ecosystem partners that can help fast track the process of replication.

Eligibility Criteria

Meet & Multiply welcome applications from social entrepreneurs and businesses that are based in East Africa.

How to Apply

Interested applicants must fill the online form available on the given website.

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