This report is an assessment of the overall effects of infoDev’s mobile application labs (mLabs). mLabs are specialized mobile business incubation and acceleration facilities offering physical workspace, mentoring and coaching, devices for mobile application testing, training, and startup competitions.
infoDev's new Guide for Creating Your Own Angel Investor Group aims to educate entrepreneurs and angels from around the globe. It offers hands-on examples, such as financial worksheets, application forms, term sheets, contracts, and checklists that may be used as templates. The publication is a substantial update of the original Kauffman Foundation’s 2004 guidebook, which targeted a U.S. audience. This international edition is written specifically for newcomers to angel investing, and highlights the successes and challenges of angel groups in emerging and frontier markets.
infoDev is seeking a short-term consultant to assist the Mobile Innovation Program team with particular focus on activities related to market assessments of mobile innovation ecosystems in Africa, and on the unique position of women entrepreneurs in the mobile industry. Applications due: September 30, 2013
Cambodian women are increasingly challenging the traditional concept of "chebap srey" (literally "women rules," a set of limits on their role in Khmer society) by starting their own businesses. Emerging Markets Entrepreneurs (EME) has developed a two-pronged approach to help them overcome difficulties both cultural and financial.
An infoDev team visited Phnom Penh on 18 November 2011 for the launch of the Emerging Markets Entrepreneurs (EME) business incubator, Cambodia's first experience with business incubation.
Short-term Consultants (STCs): Country Case Studies of the Role of ICTs in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
infoDev is seeking three (3) consultants to research and produce three case studies on the role of ICTs in Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Cambodia, Liberia and Sri Lanka. Individuals working within universities or other research institutions are encouraged to apply, via the World Bank eConsult site.
infoDev / The World Bank welcomed new financial support by the governments of Norway and The Netherlands to bolster innovative growth entrepreneurs in developing economies.
The infoDev study “Building Competitive Green Industries” estimates that over the next decade $6.4 trillion will be invested to develop clean technologies in developing countries. Business incubation specialist Michael Ehst explains why 6.4 represents the key to a greener and more prosperous future for all of us.
A Bootcamp is a learning and networking opportunity. Making sure that proper homework is done before the bootcamp will set some guidance on what to expect and help entrepreneurs take full advantage of what they may learn with the experts, mentors and peers.
The expected outcome of the Bootcamp is: the perfect pitch! Everything revolves around the pitch. Below are the 7 things we did in preparation for the Ghana Climate Innovation Center's "Green Innovator Bootcamp", to be held on February 27-28, 2015.