Entrepreneurship Networks

1776: By becoming a member, entrepreneurs with start-ups can access insights, mentors, influencers, industry partners, and investors by becoming a member

Collaborizm: world’s first online virtual collaborative workspace for aspiring Entrepreneurs, Engineers, and Creatives. Meet new people with common passions and interests and building amazing things together.

Entrepreneurs’ Organization: EO helps leading entrepreneurs learn and grow through peer-to-peer learning, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and connections to experts. Members of EO must be the owner, founder or majority stakeholder of a business earning a minimum of US$1 million in the most recent fiscal year.

MAGNiTT: MAGNiTT helps and supports startups from concept exploration to launch and growth. The platform allows entrepreneurs to connect with investors, mentors and potential partners.

MIT Enterprise Forum: network of worldwide chapters for whom anyone interested in or involved with technology entrepreneurship is welcome to participate; has Pan-Arab chapter based out of Lebanon

Nishtiman Youth Network: largest volunteer network in Kurdistan Region of Iraq, one of whose focus areas is Entrepreneurship

Noah’s Ark: platform that aims to nurture startups through incubators and crowdsourcing to connect local entrepreneurs to a broader network both inside and outside Iraq

Spark Entrepreneur Services: Dutch NGO that provides the following services: trainings for entrepreneurs, a business plan competition, mentoring and coaching, a business startup centre academy, matchmaking between local entrepreneurs and suppliers with international companies, and a loan guarantee fund

TechStars Network Partnership: global ecosystem that provides access to tens of thousands of community leaders, founders, mentors, investors, and corporate partners, allowing entrepreneurs to accelerate the pace of innovation