International Networking Groups
Currently, we are running 3 English-speaking International Networking Groups for social entrepreneurs and 1 Hungarian group.
A group consists of a maximum of 6 social entrepreneurs plus 1-3 SEIP mentors who are also participating in the group sessions.
Our groups work as a friendly business club, where fellow social entrepreneurs are supporting each other on their journey by sharing their experiences and discussing their current challenges in business development.
A session lasts 1,5 hours
Sessions occur every second week
One group module lasts for 3 months (6 meetings)
Modules will continue with a next 3 months sessions but members might be different in the group
Participation is completely free of charge
If you are a social entrepreneur/impact entrepreneur running or planning your purpose driven business SEIP's International Networking Group is the right place to join. Our fast growing global online community provides you the opportunity to
Find partners abroad to extend
your business operation
Learn from fellow entrepreneurs operating in the same field in other countries
Share your experience with others
Explore new market potentials
Get support from fellow entrepreneurs and mentors
Meet our club members:
Joe Dunnigan - Banned Books (Estonia)
Joe Dunnigan is a Scottish social entrepreneur living in Tallinn, Estonia. Joe is the founder and CEO of Banned Books Museum that collects banned, censored and burned books.
Benjamin Abunuasi - YINNOH Youth Innovation Hub (Uganda)
“Due to severe social and environmental instability in my home country of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), I was forced to flee as a refugee to neighbouring Uganda in 2017. I realized that a vast majority of refugees faced similar, very real and frightening challenges. This inspired me to create something for them. So, after graduating from the Social Innovation Academy (SINA), I founded the Youth Innovation Hub (YINNOH), to empower vulnerable and displaced persons and marginalized youth to identify and develop their potential."
Founder of Yinnoh, Benjamin Abunuasi.
Fié Neo - INSEP (Singapore)
Fié Neo is an interdisciplinary artist from Singapore, who makes socially engaged works through participatory practice, wearable art and film.
In 2017, she set up INSEP (International Network for Socially Engaged Practitioners) which brings together people around the world in the field of socially engaged practices to share projects and initiatives.
Eoin McMahon - Head-Ed (Ireland)
Eoin McMahon is the founder Head-Ed a social enterprise that aims to run mental health related educational programs for secondary school students and also for companies in Ireland.