Nagorno Karabakh Entrepreneurship Incubation Program
The Nagorno-Karabakh Entrepreneurship Incubation Program is an 8-month program by Hub Artsakh and Impact Hub Yerevan that supports young changemakers from Nagorny Karabakh who want to contribute to the development of the region through their entrepreneurial solutions.
Prague Civil Society Centre / Impact Hub Yerevan / Sustainability Through Social Entrepreneurship
Are you a member of a non-profit, civil society organization or independent media outlet in Armenia with an idea for a social business that can boost your sustainability? The Prague Civil Society Centre and Impact Hub Yerevan invite you to submit your idea and apply for a series of workshops on social entrepreneurship followed by a funding competition.
Social Impact Award 2021
Social Impact Award program promotes the knowledge and practice of social entrepreneurship among students in Europe and beyond.
Zartir Fellowship 2021
The Zartir fellowship is a year-long program at Impact Hub Yerevan that will support social and innovative ideas to create impact.
COLLABORATE FOR IMPACT
The “Collaborate For Impact” project is a new EU-funded social entrepreneurship project led by the European Venture Philanthropy Association (EVPA), the leading organization in the field of venture philanthropy and social investment in Europe. The project has a regional component covering the Eastern Partnership region and a specific component for Armenia. Activities in Armenia will be implemented by Impact Hub Yerevan.
ACBA FEDERATION / IMPACT HUB YEREVAN / Fellowship Program 2021
The ACBA Federation / Impact Hub Yerevan fellowship program is created to support start ups, social enterprises, and individuals aiming to solve problems related to the agricultural industry in Armenia.
Tourism Innovation Academy
Tourism Innovation Academy (TIA), under the umbrella of the Tourism Support Center Foundation (TSC) targets the development of the tourism sector, by fostering a toursim start-up ecosystem and providing extensive entrepreneurship support.
Following Azerbaijan and Turkey’s invasion of Artsakh and deliberate targeting of civilians, over 90,000 Armenians have been spontaneously displaced. Project Hope provides them with crucial services spanning from shelter and food to education as well as social services and recreation.