SEED Annual Report 2014

2014 was truly exceptional; a year where SEED recognised over forty new SEED Winners - remarkable enterprises that generate grassroots eco-solutions at the grassroots -, where 350 people were trained on eco-entrepreneurship, and where a new Training of Trainers course built around a newly developed BDS+ methodology was piloted in three countries in southern Africa to create more enabling environments for small, medium and micro enterprises to flourish. Furthermore over 600 entrepreneurs, policy makers, businesses, civil society and support institutions from over 30 countries came together at SEED events. These and more of SEED’s achievements in 2014 are captured in the 2014 SEED Annual Report:

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