SEIP AFRICA

SEIP is a remote incubation program that supports social entrepreneurs on their journey from planning to implementation.

 

The initiative was established by Zsolt Bugarszki, associate professor of Tallinn University, head of the Social Entrepreneurship MA program.

SEIP is a global support network of social entrepreneurs and impact oriented businesses.

SEIP AFRICA offers African social entrepreneurs

 

  • an international forum to discuss ideas, shares issues with fellow SEs from across the world,

  • connect with proven SE mentors to help you,

  • events and opportunity to organise events with other international SEs

Head of SEIP Africa is Seth Amofah

 

Seth is an urban and development sociologist. He has been involved in many non-profit and social enterprises that work towards ensuring positive social change especially in Anglophone West Africa. He has worked with Wechiau Community Library (WCL), a first social enterprise which uses mobile library and offline digital learning platforms in Northern Ghana to promote reading in rural areas. He has also worked with MTÜ MONDO, an Estonian development NGO operating in Africa (including Ghana), Europe and Asia.

 

Seth is a PhD Sociology candidate at the School of Governance, Law and Society at Tallinn University in Estonia. His PhD research focuses on the intersection between NGO activities and social enterprise in reducing poverty in West Africa. He is the leader of the West Africa Development Program under the MA Social Entrepreneurship program of Tallinn

Dr. Adeyinka Adewale

Dr. Adeyinka Adewale is a Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and is also the Deputy Director of Studies in the department of Leadership Organisations and Behaviour at the Henley Business School. He holds a doctorate degree in Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour with his research interests primarily on the African context. More specifically his research focuses on themes around entrepreneurship, leadership and ethics. He regularly gives talks and facilitates seminars with private and public sector audiences in Europe, Africa, Asia and the United States. He also serves on the board of fast growing start-ups in Africa. Adeyinka regularly publishes and reviews for top management journals and publishing houses.