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Extending Hope School

Entrepreneurs and Social activist Decent and Nadia in Malawi set up this school as a lean startup to provide quality education for children in their city. Following our Vancouver BAM event, the school will use the loan they received to add classrooms and scale up from...

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Bella Pizzeria

Alex from the Bella Pizzeria, in Central Asia, pitched for scale-up funds at our Eagles Nest (Shark Tank like) event in Vancouver but lost out to the Extending Hope School. As he continued to work through issues in his business plan with his ACE coach, we were able to...

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Vancouver Business Event | Update

Three entrepreneurs from India, Africa, and Central Asia presented their pitch to our panel of donor-investors at our Eagles nest (shark tank like event) and the winner was Decent who received $13000 to scale up his school in Malawi. There were no losers as the Snack...

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Women Arise Workshop

The Women Arise workshop to train up small business entrepreneurs mostly in jewelry making was launched in New Delhi, India with a view to scale up to an e-business platform for social entrepreneurs working with ACE in different capacities. The startup aims at...

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Capacity Building

Training, coaching and follow up coaching continue to be a strong focus of ACE, using a variety of approaches from 2-day seminars to 3-month residential schools. In 2018, we held 6 different 1 to 5-day workshops with 28 students in India and 137 in Papua New Guinea....

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Webinars

WEBINAR December 6, 2017    2:30 - 3:45 PM PST An Entrepreneurs Story Behind the scenes of the Global story of Change Dave & Tasha Dave is CEO and co-founder with his wife Tasha, of Village Artisan.They are lovers of Jesus, adventure, and those who have never...

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Chicken Farming – Satara

Two years ago, we were able to connect with a retired business leader who had built up successful Chicken Farm and Processing Plant. He then partnered with Ace to help an entrepreneur in western India start a Chicken farm. They did three batches of 5000 chickens,...

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