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What role can business play in addressing social issues affecting girls and young women? Join some of SPRING’s most promising businesses to talk through girls as a powerful, viable market and sign up to Toniic Network’s 60-minute gender lens investment opportunity webinar on November 29, 2018. This webinar is for accredited investors and Toniic members. […]

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Between February and May 2018, SPRING conducted a landscaping study to explore the lives of adolescent girls in Myanmar. Employing a range of qualitative and participatory approaches, the research endeavoured to complement insights from earlier literature reviews. The resulting report represents this effort to understand girls’ lives in context – through their eyes and their […]

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DATE – OCTOBER 11, 2018 VENUE – WE ARE SOCIAL – Alphabeta 18, 14 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1BR TIME – 5PM – 7.30PM (including drinks reception RSVP here Why invest in girls? According to UNESCO estimates and International Labour Organisation (ILO) data, 130 million girls between the age of 6 and 17 are out of school today, and […]

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SPRING Accelerator welcomes its new CEO, Robert Haynie, to oversee global strategy and operations from London, UK. Rob joins at a critical time as SPRING prepares to launch its fourth cohort of social entrepreneurs whose products and/or services positively impact the lives of adolescent girls across Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and, Myanmar. With a total of […]

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SPRING Accelerator is returning to South Asia for 2018, selecting its next cohort from Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and from Myanmar for the first time! Applications are open on our website from 2 October 2017 to 1 November 2017. We’re on the look-out for established, ambitious businesses across any and all sectors to address market opportunities and unmet needs for […]

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