For social enterprises, navigating the world of impact accelerators can be complex.
Social entrepreneurs should know firsthand the main elements in the impact accelerator ecosystem: geographic location; and industry focus. Lily Bowles, co-author of the report and associate at Village Capital, an Atlanta-based accelerator operator for social enterprises explains that finding the perfect accelerator match is easy given the connections, metrics, and objectives.
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