6zero1 is launching its third call for applications and social entrepreneurs have never been so close to accessing a unique range of services and funding opportunities. Applications are open until 30 November 2017. 

The 6zero1 programme offers a compelling set of services that aim to assist social entrepreneurs throughout the process of launching their business. The programme starts on 8 January 2018 for a period of 12 months and includes:

6-Network: Programme of conferences and participatory debates

6-Assistance: Personalised assistance in the application for approval as a societal impact company (société d’impact sociétal, SIS)

6-Training: Programme focusing on key themes of social enterprises (eg. measuring social  impact, project management, communication, finance, website)

6-Finance: Get in contact with funding institutions (philanthropy, micro-credit, bank credit)

6-Consulting: Individual support, mentoring and sponsorship

What are the benefits?

Successful applicants will have the opportunity to establish and develop their social enterprise within the 6zero1 workspace, located at 1535° in Differdange.

6zero1 gives you access to its 12-month “Incubation + Acceleration” package for €4800 excluding VAT.

Here are the available packages:

A – Existing company/structure: €4800 excluding VAT to be paid upon acceptance in the programme.

B – Independent entrepreneur: Registration fee: €1200 excluding VAT to be paid upon acceptance in the program + monthly payments of €400 excluding VAT for 9 months.

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