Seed, the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies, partners with entrepreneurs in emerging markets to build thriving enterprises that transform lives.
Update on Stanford Seed’s Response to COVID-19
In the midst of this severe health and economic crisis, Seed is restructuring how we support our more than 800 partner SMEs across Africa and India to ensure they survive and thrive. Seed is offering a wide range of assistance including remote mentoring and coaching, frequent webinars on business continuity topics, an expanded pool of pro bono consultants, and new online programming focused on innovation and opportunities arising from the changing business landscape. The student internship program has shifted from in-person to 100% remote, with 70 Stanford students interning at 50 companies around the world. We are also working to connect Seed companies with sources of funding, a critical need for SMEs across the globe.
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