SETH (Social Enterprise Training Hub) Cohort 2021 Recruitment
Industry: Other service activitiesFunding amount needed: $5,000.00
TBN Asia’s SETH Program (Social Enterprise Training Hub) is designed to help entrepreneurs build a business that is both profitable and impactful
How SETH Works
The SETH program recruits high-potential early- and growth-stage social enterprises and provides business scaling support and tailored expertise to help them secure and reach investment goals. TBN Asia will also facilitate the matchmaking of investment-ready enterprises with suitable impact investors.
offers a holistic, high-touch approach that rallies resources of time, expertise, and funds around social entrepreneurs. Our greatest joy is to foster a spirit of collaboration and empowerment throughout our network; see our social entrepreneurs scale and sustain their best ideas; and together, restore dignity to individuals — bringing hope and restoration to whole communities.
Our Vision for Impact – Fighting Poverty Through Enterprise
Transformational Business Network Asia (TBN Asia) is a Singapore-based not-for-profit organisation adopting an ecosystems approach to bring together social entrepreneurs, impact investors, mentors, coaches, domain experts and other enablers to develop sustainable social impact businesses in Southeast Asia.
Our greatest joy is to foster a spirit of collaboration and empowerment throughout our network; to see our social entrepreneurs scale and sustain their best ideas; and together, restore dignity to individuals — bringing hope and restoration to whole communities.
Social Impact Outcomes
Measurable social impact outcomes for Social Enterprises
Steady Wage Increases
Access to Healthcare
Education for Next Generation
Access to Proper Sanitation
TBN Family – United by Vision
TBN Asia is an affiliate of Transformational Business Network International (http://www.tbnetwork.org) and is registered as a company limited by guarantee in 2014.
TRANSFORMATIONAL BUSINESS NETWORK INTERNATIONAL
Founded in 2003
Accelerated & supported >100 Impact enterprises
Partners with corporates, foundations & governments including Johnson & Johnson, Standard Chartered, Argidius Foundation.
Received Government grants of >US$4 million for 5 African nations