Our Partners
Ashesi University - Career Services
Ashesi's mission is to propel an African renaissance by educating ethical, entrepreneurial leaders. Located in Ghana, this private, non-profit university combines a rigorous multidisciplinary core with degree programs in Computer Science, Business Administration, Management Information Systems, and Engineering.
Chambre Nationale des Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises (CNFCE)
Created in 1990, CNFCE is horizontal structure that brings together women entrepreneurs operating in all sectors and endowed with an entrepreneurial spirit having the will to pool their energies and combine their skills to contribute actively and effectively to the economic and social development of Tunisia.
Digital Skills Accelerator Africa (DSAA)
DSAA is an independent organisation focused on training highly skilled digital workforce talent in Africa, thus creating business opportunities for companies and job opportunities for individuals.
Douar Tech
Douar Tech is a Moroccan organization that contributes to promoting the economic independence of young people, especially women, from precarious backgrounds in the rural areas, through training in innovative entrepreneurship and web development skills.
DynExcAfrica is a Pan-African NGO created by Fognon Maimouna Koné, based in Ivory Coast and in activity since April 2018. It aims to contribute to the personal development of young girls and prepare them very early for what will be the profession of the future
It is a network for highly qualified, technology-loving and committed women with an academic background in MINT subjects (mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology) and those interested in MINT.
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH, often shortened to simply GIZ, is a German development agency headquartered in Bonn and Eschborn that provides services in the field of international development cooperation and international education work.
Global Project Partners (GPP)
GPP is a Berlin-based non-profit association. In cooperation with various actors from business and civil society, it carries out projects in partner countries that initiate sustainable development processes on the ground and create transnational networks.
Rwanda ICT Chamber
Rwanda ICT Chamber is an arm of the Private Sector Federation (PSF) of Rwanda. Established in 2011, the ICT Chamber is the leading partner for organizations to share experience, network, grow, and expand their operations.
As a representative and voice of startups in Tunisia, TunisianStartups is committed to establishing a founder-friendly environment. They open the conversation with relevant stakeholders in the Tunisian economy and politics and develop proposals that encourage a culture of entrepreneurship.
VdU - the Association of German Women Entrepreneurs
Formed in 1954, the VdU offers a platform for women in business and represents the interests of around 1,800 businesswomen who account for annual sales of EUR 85 billion and 500,000 employees.
Women's Investment Club
The first women's investment club in Senegal with 83 members to date, the Women’s Investment Club (WIC) Senegal's vision is to give women privileged access to modern financial instruments for inclusive economic development.
Women in Business Network
Women in Business is a network of selected businesswomen association in the MENA Region and Germany. It offers women entrepreneurs, self-employed women and those interested in founding their own businesses the unique opportunity to network with each other