GALI Report Launch: What's Working in Startup Acceleration?

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Join the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs and Emory University’s Social Enterprise @ Goizueta for an in-depth presentation on the recent findings from the first annual Global Accelerator Learning Initiative (GALI) report.

GALI is a multi-year global research initiative designed to explore - and answer - key questions about enterprise acceleration. Within a few short years, the program has collected detailed data from fifteen different Village Capital programs across several countries, including the United States and many emerging markets. Analyzing this data, we have produced the first GALI annual report, which provides a valuable opportunity to learn about how specific program choices are driving accelerator performance.

After a detailed presentation by the report authors, key GALI partners and stakeholders will share their reactions to the findings as well as their hopes for the research program moving forward.


Funding Accelerator Programs

Read this brief from the Global Accelerator Learning Initiative (GALI), a collaboration between the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) and Emory University, which explores the following question: How do accelerators fund their programs, and how do different funding profiles relate to different accelerator offerings? Click on the below link to read the full brief: