S-GRID stands for Sustainable Growth of Revenues for International Development, a program that provides foundational support to social enterprise so that they can continue to innovate and grow. The introduction of grid layouts in city planning dates back to 2600 BC. Their introduction fostered innovation in navigation, buildings, business models, mobility, safety, and more. In cities with grids, you can more easily navigate, and even people with blindness can travel safely. Their simplicity in name and layout means their importance is often overlooked, yet they are foundational to progress.
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- What does S-GRID stand for?
- Why is this program important and needed?
- What is the ideal social enterprise profile? Who will participate?
- Does my social enterprise qualify?
- How can my social enterprise apply to participate in S-GRID?
- What is the cost of participation?
- What makes S-GRID different from accelerator programs?
- How will learning outcomes be ensured virtually?
- What topics will be covered in the training?
- What does “on-demand” support mean?