Yunus Social Business Kenya Launches Investment Readiness Programme 20/21

Yunus Social Business Kenya Launches Investment Readiness Programme 20/21

September 17, 2020

The Investment Readiness Programme 20/21

for social businesses in Kenya seeking to improve their resilience and scale their social impact.

LAUNCH DATE:  21ST OCTOBER 2020

DURATION: 6 MONTHS

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 30TH SEPTEMBER 2020

CONTACT INFORMATION: KENYA@YUNUSSB.COM

Who is this for:

Growth-stage businesses that seek to solve a social problem. We are looking for businesses that want to level up and become ready for investment. Social Businesses that seek to apply to the programme should be generating revenues of around US$250,000.

What we offer:

  • The programme includes a 5-week boot camp to deep dive into the nitty-gritty of your business.
  • Our approach is tailored to each business, with individual needs assessments and an ongoing 6-month mentor relationship.
  • Each business will leave with a tailored plan to scale impact as well as the tools, connections and mentor support to achieve it!
  • Be part of the social business family, with Prof. Muhammad Yunus as Co-Founder and Chair.
  • Gain access to our extensive networks to help your business grow.

Cost

All costs for the programme are covered by Yunus Social Business.

How To Apply

Our short application form includes some basic financial information about your business and a short pitch. APPLY NOW!

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