Give1Project Offices in Dakar

Give1Project is a space for global leaders and entrepreneurs to build their growing companies. We are excited to announce we are now renting 24-hour office

GIVE 1 Project Business Startup Competition

To all young Senegalese who have a project, GIVE 1 Project Business Startup Competition” is an opportunity for you to participate in a national selection of the 50 best projects of the year. Winners will join the Give 1 Project Incubator for 3 months and will be eligible to take…

Give1 Project Incubator: The first training day

The first training day for the incubee from Give 1 Project Start up and Business Entrepreneurs. The speaker was Mme Borso TALL specialized in Consulting & Services.

Black Enterprise – Give1 Project Launches Entrepreneurship Incubator in Dakar

The official launch of the program took place during the opening ceremony of the new office headquarters in Dakar, Senegal on December 12th The business incubator model is an increasingly important vehicle for facilitating the growth of small and medium-size enterprises in Africa. Because of this, a number of technology…


L’organisation Give1Project souhaite mettre en place un réseau d’incubation d’entreprises basé sur un concours annuel, qui sélectionnera des projets entrepreneuriaux pertinents et à fort potentiel. [Appel à candidatures] Give1- Incubator | Date limite 09/01/2014 Give1project – Sénégal vous informe que le dépôt des candidatures pour intégrer son incubateur d’entreprises (Give1-Incubator)…

Give1Project Young Women Empowerment Summit – Dakar

30 young women participated to the weeklong Leadership Program. Experts flew to Dakar to train the young women on leadership and entrepreneurship.

Akon inspiring the Global Leadership Fellows in Washington DC

During the Give1Project Global Leadership Program, Akon, as a G1P supporter, traveled to Washington DC to inspire the young global leaders. He spoke at

Global G1P Leadership Fellows at the White House

Give1Project Global Leadership Fellows met with President Obama’s staff at the White House to discuss Immigration reform.