Each year, the ANDE Annual Conference is the largest gathering of members from around the globe. The event is targeted at senior-level executives of ANDE member organizations, including leading investors, capacity development providers, foundations, banks, corporations, DFIs and research institutions. The highly interactive agenda features workshops on solutions to common challenges, networking sessions, and plenaries with leading thinkers in the SGB space.
The Hague, Netherlands - 2 DaysMonday
Join Impact Startup Fest (#ImpactSF17) on the 25th & 26th of September 2017 in the city of The Hague.
The festival will focus entirely on impact startups and scaleups that are working on innovations that make the world a better place. Innovations that tackle social and global challenges take center stage.
National and international matchmaking is at the core of the event. The festival provides a creative environment in which to build bonds and bridges, establish new connections, and create new opportunities to accelerate your business. Join the conversation on how to further design this year’s programme!
The Hague & Amsterdam, Netherlands - 4 DaysMonday
Building Corridors of Shared Prosperity
Join Intellecap and our partners at the first ever Sankalp Immersion which will take place at the Startup Fest Europe, alongside two other flagship events: the Impact Startup Fest in The Hague, and Amsterdam Capital Week – both in the Netherlands. Powered by City of the Hague and ImpactCity, Sankalp Immersion will bring a focus on the opportunities for entrepreneurship, innovation and impact investing targeting the Next Billion consumers in the emerging markets. Sankalp Immersion programs are designed as mini convenings in partnership with key organizations to globalize the conversation on emerging markets
Amsterdam, Netherlands - 5 DaysMonday
The entire startup, scale-up and investment ecosystem in Europe, connected.
- 5 days
- 25+ events
- 2500+ startup founders, from all over Europe
- 500+ investors (top tier, VC’s, angels)
- 1 purpose: making sure the right bright minds get connected
The UK’s decision to exit the European Union has put a spotlight on our trade and investment relationships. For developing nations in Africa, trade can be an important means to reduce poverty and achieve development goals – and the UK is a crucial partner in this process.
What does Brexit mean for Africa? How can the UK ensure that African nations benefit and do not lose out from the changes underway? What more can we do to help our developing nation partners achieve inclusive growth and prosperity?
This event is co-hosted by ODI and Trade Out of Poverty.