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Social Enterprise Incubator Garners Funds to Help Social Enterprises in New Zealand

Social Enterprise Incubator Garners Funds to Help Social Enterprises in New Zealand

Hikurangi, a registered charity founded in 2008 and has since morphed into a social enterprise incubator, has bagged a $1.27 million to fund main programs: countrywide workshops and clinics, advisory services, incubation, and a social enterprise accelerator pilot.

These four programs aim to provide the necessary hands-on support, seed funding, professional expertise, and networks needed by social enterprises. Furthermore, Hikurangi will run a six-month accelerator program, and invites and encourages social enterprise to participate and win a spot in the program. Hikurangi is named after Mount Hikurangi in New Zealand.

via Social enterprise incubator ‘Hikurangi’ scores a $1.27 million investment | Social Enterprise Buzz



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