Seeks the most innovative social entrepreneurs in Latin America that benefit vulnerable populations through the provision of quality employment, goods and services.
Acceleration program focused on early stage agribusiness models founded by mexican youth. It will be targeted to young entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 and 35 with a developed early stage business model that seeks to improve agriculture processes for smallholders in Mexico.
Promotes financial health for the BoP through interventions based on behavioral science and entrepreneurship.
Supports 50 Mexican women-led SMEs per year, by connecting them with global markets and strengthening their capital raising capabilities.
Supports global entrepreneurs that focus on increasing the financial health of their beneficiaries by leveraging behavioral science.
Strives to improve the overall health of Latin American women and girls through sector mapping and the design of innovative financial mechanisms for women’s health ventures.
Supports 100 SMEs throughout Mexico annually that have a social and/or environmental impact. The program offers training, support and financing to accelerate the growth and success of these enterprises.
Supports 10 Mexican entrepreneurs per year that create livelihood opportunities and provide access to affordable goods and services for underserved communities and help solve some of Mexico City’s most pressing environmental challenges.
In alliance with the World Wild Fund and GIZ, we designed a financial vehicle with biodiversity, climate change, and regenerative criteria for small producers in southern Mexico.
Promotes the inclusion and reintegration of prisoners and ex-convicts in Mexico by accelerating social enterprises and non-profit organizations that create opportunities for these populations.
Acceleration program that seeks digitally oriented, impact startups that focus on increasing the quality of life of the most vulnerable communities in Mexico through the use of technology.