BoP Global Network
ASEI is member of the BoP Global Network which is led by Prof. Stuart Hart (link) who co-authored with C.K. Prahalad the seminal article “Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid” in 2002. The BoP Global Network comprises twenty organizations spearheading “socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable enterprise creation on a massive scale” Stuart Hart, 2012
Endeva’s mission is to inspire and support enterprise solutions to the world’s most pressing problems: making poverty a thing of the past and preserving ecosystems for the future. In our projects, we build, share and apply knowledge to develop, implement and grow inclusive business models.
As an independent institute, we work closely with partners from all sectors. The people at endeva share a passion for positive change and inspiring collaboration.
ASEI is proud to have recently partnered up with a new tech accelerator program, www.UnreasonableatSea.com. As part of our partnership, we wanted to let you know that they just announced the program and have opened their applications! Unreasonable at Sea is a mentor driven accelerator program for entrepreneurs who desire to take their ventures into new international markets. They are working exclusively with technology based companies who are working to solve the greatest social and environmental challenges of this century. What makes this so Unreasonable? The 100 day accelerator program will take place on a ship as it travels more than 25,000 nautical miles and circumnavigates the Southern Hemisphere (see the route). If you fit the profile, or you can think of an entrepreneur you know who does, make certain to check out all the details at www.unreasonableatsea.com.
Please also check out this video: http://vimeo.com/40384173.
Social Enterprise Network Asia
ASEI is member of the SENA (Social Enterprise Network Asia) and contributes to the growth of the sector by sharing experiences with peers and raising awareness for the Philippine social enterprise community.