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A Snapshot of the Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in the Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia

  • Survey
  • Regional
Based on data collected from over 180 social entrepreneurs from across the region, the country snapshots give key insights into their needs with regard to long-term financial and organisational sustainability, scaling opportunities, type and size of investments sought for growth and increased social impact. Find out more in this overview infographic of the region

A Snapshot of the Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Ukraine

  • Survey
  • Ukraine
70% of social entrepreneurs in Moldova are at an early stage of development operating with a small team of up to 6 people. Investors for impact can become an early investors or co-investors in an existing or developing SPO in Moldova or in the region. Find out more in our infographic

A Snapshot of the Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Russia

  • Survey
  • Russia
76% social entrepreneurs in Russia seek above €50,000 as an investment, indicating an investment-ready market. As in the EaP region, Russian social entrepreneurs prefer grants or an investment by social / impact investors for the further development of their business model. Find out more in our infographic

A Snapshot of the Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Moldova

  • Survey
  • Moldova
70% of social entrepreneurs in Moldova are at an early stage of development operating with a small team of up to 6 people. Investors for impact can become an early investors or co-investors in an existing or developing SPO in Moldova or in the region. Find out more in our infographic

A Snapshot of the Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Belarus

  • Survey
  • Belarus
Most of the social entrepreneurs in Belarus seek investments for infrastructure as well as operational costs preferring grants or an investment by social/impact investors for the further development of their business model showing the trend across the EaP region. Learn more about the ecosystem with our infographic

A Snapshot of the Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Georgia

  • Survey
  • Georgia
71% of social enterprises in Georgia had sales revenues of up to €25,000 in 2020, indicating a low volume of sales, further impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. 29% of social entrepreneurs in the EaP region and Russia had suffered consequences of COVID-19 crisis. Find out more in our infograhpic

A Snapshot of the Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Azerbaijan

  • Survey
  • Azerbaijan
Most social entrepreneurs in Azerbaijan look for investment support from social and impact investors to further develop their business model? 65% of social entrepreneurs from the EaP region and Russia prefer Social/impact investor. Learn more about the acosystem with our infographic

A Snapshot of the Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Armenia

  • Survey
  • Armenia
Most social entrepreneurs in Armenia seek investment below €50,000 for infrastructure and operational costs. Grant funding is the most preferred investment in Armenia as well as across the EaP region and Russia. Find out more insights in our infographic.

Regional Launch Event: Collaborate for Impact – Public-private collaboration for better societal outcomes

  • Video
  • Regional
Watch all the session recordings of day 3 of the Collaborate for Impact Regional Launch Event. The event took place online from 9 to 11 June 2021 to explore social entrepreneurship and social investment in the Eastern Partnership region and Russia. The third day focused on public-private collaboration, and the role of public institutions and the government in shaping the ecosystem for social investment and social entrepreneurship.

Regional Launch Event: Collaborate for Impact – Social-business partnerships

  • Video
  • Regional
Watch all the session recordings of day 2 of the Collaborate for Impact Regional Launch Event. The event took place online from 9 to 11 June 2021 to explore social entrepreneurship and social investment in the Eastern Partnership region and Russia. The second day focused on social-business partnerships for impact and how they can achieve social change together.
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