As a part of the World Bank Group, the Innovation & Entrepreneurship unit’s Digital Entrepreneurship Program is seeking a qualified firm to design and develop a curriculum to train growth-oriented digital entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa, build links to wider value chains, enter new markets, secure finance and build a team to reach scale.
infoDev will be conducting a rapid assessment to determine the influence of mobile innovation labs (mLabs) in local entrepreneurial systems. The study will examine three aspects of the mLabs' performance: economic results, development impact associated with the usage of mobile applications, and contribution to mobile entrepreneurship ecosystems. The rapid assessment is a follow-up to the 2014 study "Do mLabs Make a Difference?"
infoDev is seeking a firm to assist with the development and testing of a methodology for analyzing opportunities and constraints for growth-oriented digital entrepreneurs in various parts of the ecosystem.
infoDev is seeking a qualified firm with presence in the Caribbean region to to support the team in developing and tailoring a responsive capacity building program for enablers in the region, as well as to foster activity-based development of a Caribbean Business Incubator Network. View REOI here.
As a part of the Creating Sustainable Businesses for the Knowledge Economy (CSBKE) project, infoDev is seeking a qualified consulting firm to provide marketing and communication services to Dar Teknohama Business Incubator (DTBi) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
This request for expressions of interest (EOI), concerns research and production of three country case studies (you may propose any three from among Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria, Mozambique or Zambia) to identify successful business models for mobile applications used by the “base of the pyramid” market segment, i.e. among the poor who live on less than $2.5 a day.