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Launch of the SocialTech4EU map of support providers!

The SocialTech4EU project launched the Map of stakeholders and support providers social economy organisations.

The Map of social economy stakeholders and providers

The Map includes training providers, higher education institutions, research organisations, tech providers, incubators and accelerators that will support social enterprises to strengthen their resilience and innovation capacity, competitiveness, and sustainability.

The Map launched with almost 70 organisations from all over EU, that offer amazing services and tech products. The registration on the map is ongoing and is open to training providers, higher education institutions, research organisations, tech providers, incubators and accelerators. Experience in working with social enterprises is not mandatory.

The Map will be used by selected social enterprises, cluster organizations and networks, participating in the SocialTech4EU project to identify and purchase training, innovation and acceleration services, via financial support awarded to them by the project. The selected social enterprises will identify the trainings they need and pick and choose from the registry according to what suits their needs best.

Also, the Map can be a very useful tool for other social enterprises to find partners that can support their growth.

Interested in joining the Map?

If your organisation has relevant trainings, tools and support services for social enterprises, you can join the Map too. Applications are on an on-going basis.

Eligible applicants

  • training providers;
  • Universities, other organizations active in the field of higher education, and research
  • organisations
  • tech providers;
  • incubators/accelerators


How to submit the Application

  1. Read the Guidelines


About SocialTech4EU project

SocialTech for Europe for Resilient and Responsible Ecosystems (SocialTech4EU) is a project co-funded by the European Union. The project aims to strengthen the resilience, innovation capacity, competitiveness, and sustainability of social economy ecosystems, start-ups and SMEs of the social economy in relation to the green and digital transition. The project is led by Torino Social Impact and Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini, in partnership with five organizations coming from Belgium (ENSIE), Germany (Silicon Vilstal), Romania (ADV Romania), Spain (IDiA) and Sweden (Coompanion).

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