Endeavor will receive the Kravis Prize and $250,000 award on April 23, 2015 at Claremont McKenna College as part of a special celebration of the Prize’s 10th Anniversary and of the 20th Anniversary of the College’s Kravis Leadership Institute. The ceremony celebrates the accomplishments of best-in-class nonprofits and enables winners to share their best practices with others.
“Endeavor exemplifies the Prize’s philosophy about entrepreneurship, social good, and venture philanthropy. Endeavor’s leadership has had a profound impact on everyday people,” said Marie-Josée Kravis, an economist who is chair of the Kravis Prize Selection Committee. “We are grateful for its remarkable work to change lives all over the world, creating invaluable jobs and resources.”
“Endeavor is a perfect example of a nonprofit that has significant influence on the ground and great success creating a sustainable ecosystem for future impact,” said Henry R. Kravis, an alumnus and trustee of the College who is co-founder of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. L.P., and founder of the Kravis Prize. “We applaud Endeavor’s impressive accomplishments developing high-impact companies and entrepreneurs, and work to transform the economic landscapes of underdeveloped countries.”
Established in 2006, The Henry R. Kravis Prize in Nonprofit Leadership conducts a rigorous due diligence and selection process to choose an annual recipient. The Prize impacts the nonprofit sector overall by lauding strong performances and sharing recipients’ best practices with others. The Prize is administered by Claremont McKenna College.
Founded in 1997 by Linda Rottenberg and Peter Kellner, Endeavor has helped over 1,000 entrepreneurs build more than 600 companies in 22 countries. Endeavor Entrepreneurs have collectively created more than 400,000 jobs, generating close to $7 billionin revenue.
The organization’s mission is to lead the global movement to catalyze long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring, and accelerating the best high-impact entrepreneurs around the world. Endeavor helps them overcome barriers to growth by providing the key ingredients to success: mentorship; networks; strategic advice; talent; skills; access to smart capital; and inspiration from the world’s top financial institutions and consulting firms. Guided by Endeavor, these entrepreneurs generate sustainable economic growth and jobs, become self-made role models, and help nurture a culture of entrepreneurship which spurs investment and encourages people to think big. The entrepreneurs in return are required to help other local companies grow by reinvesting in their community, becoming mentors and donating their time and resources.
“We’re honored and grateful to receive the Kravis Prize,” said Endeavor co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg. “This is a testament to the amazing work of our board members, staff and mentors in 22 countries who have helped thousands of entrepreneurs to think big, achieve their dreams, and pay it forward in their communities.”
The Endeavor model of creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem that generates jobs and encourages social change is embedded in Claremont McKenna College’s DNA, and embodied by the Kravis Leadership Institute (KLI). Students in the academic center learn about leadership development through the lens of social entrepreneurship and are provided with unique opportunities to develop as outstanding real world leaders in the public, private, and social sectors.
“As the host of the Kravis Prize, as the hub of emerging Kravis Prize network of leaders in global social innovation, and as an Ashoka U Changemaker Campus, we are thrilled to welcome Endeavor to the Claremont McKenna College family,” said CMC President Hiram Chodosh.
“We are extremely grateful to Henry and Marie-Josée for the opportunity to support the Kravis Prize winners in this vitally important global social innovation movement, and Endeavor is an inspiring exemplar for our leading CMC social innovators.”
The invite-only 2015 Endeavor Entrepreneur Retreat will take place May 6-8 in Westchester, NY. Three top-tier keynote speakers have been confirmed for the event:
– Kenneth I. Chenault is Chairman and CEO of the American Express Company. He joined in 1981 as Director of Strategic Planning and served subsequently in a number of senior positions until his appointment as CEO in 2001.
– Seth Godin is the author of 18 bestselling books, the creator of one of the most popular blogs in the world, and a frequent entrepreneur.
– Daniel Lubetzky is a pioneering social entrepreneur and CEO and Founder of KIND Healthy Snacks and the KIND Movement. He is also founder of PeaceWorks Inc. and co-founder of Maiyet. His book, “Do the KIND Thing: Think Boundlessly, Work Purposefully, Live Passionately,” is available now for pre-sale and will be released March 31, 2015.
Participants of the Retreat will be able to hear from leading corporate figures, entrepreneurial stars of the NY tech scene, and business thought leaders from top US universities and the media. The Retreat will include industry-specific breakouts led by Endeavor Entrepreneurs and challenge/trend-focused workshops from some of Endeavor’s best Global mentors. There will also be a significant amount of networking time with entrepreneurs and other members of Endeavor’s global community.
In addition to the Retreat, an Investor Network event will take place in NYC on Tuesday, May 5. Endeavor will also host a series of first-come, first-serve company tours on the morning of the 6th prior to the Summit to Google, IBM and other corporates in the New York Metro area.
Early bird registration rates have been extended through March 20, 2015. Register now by CLICKING HERE.
(Please note that this year’s registration price includes 2 nights accommodation in a double room at the Doral Arrowwood conference center and all meals during the conference.)
Register today for the 2015 Endeavor Entrepreneur Retreat! From Wednesday, May 6 – Friday, May 8, 2015, the Endeavor network will convene in Westchester County, New York – home to Fortune 500 companies including PepsiCo and IBM- for an invitation-only conference.
The 2015 Retreat will be similar in format to Endeavor’s 2011 & 2013 Summits, but will have a greater emphasis on peer-to-peer learning. Attendees can expect top-tier keynote speakers, site visits to local companies, industry breakouts, and intensive workshops around everything from human capital to operations.
In addition to the Retreat, Investor Network event in NYC on Tuesday, May 5. Endeavor will also host a series of first-come, first-serve company tours on the morning of the 6th prior to the Summit to Google, IBM and other corporates in the New York Metro area. To sign up and learn more, click on the Retreat registration site.
Endeavor will provide transportation to Westchester from Manhattan on Wednesday morning for those attendees who sign up in advance. Transportation back to Manhattan will be provided- again on a sign-up basis- on Friday afternoon, when formal Retreat activities will end.
Register before March 1st to take advantage of Early Bird rates! Please note that this year’s registration price includes 2 nights accommodation in a double room at the Doral Arrowwood conference center and all meals during the conference.
Detroit, MI – February 9, 2015 – Endeavor is officially announcing the launch of its second U.S.-based affiliate in Detroit, MI. Endeavor Detroit has identified some of the region’s top business leaders and entrepreneurs to join its local board of directors. Antonio Lück has also been selected as Managing Director. As Endeavor’s second entry in the U.S. market following its 2013 launch in Miami, Endeavor Detroit will help usher in a new era of local growth and economic development driven by high-impact entrepreneurship.
The economic challenges faced by Detroit since the financial crisis of 2007-08 have made headlines across the world. With a population of about 700,000, the city has seen a sharp rise in unemployment coupled with economic decline and a dwindling talent pool. Following its landmark municipal bankruptcy filing in 2013, the city has been beleaguered by unemployment rates hovering around 14% – nearly double the national average. The region of Southeast Michigan as a whole has not fully recovered from the financial crisis either, with unemployment rates at nearly 1% above 2007 levels.
Endeavor Insight, the organization’s research team, found that Southeast Michigan suffers from a scaleup gap, with the number of high-growth firms (companies older than three years with at least 20% annual employment growth over the last three years) declining by 50% between 2007 and 2012. Scaleups, however, can be the key engines of sustainable job growth that the city needs. The average high-growth company employs eight times as many people as the average non-high-growth firm, and 35 times as many as the average startup. To return the area’s unemployment rate to 2007 levels, Southeast Michigan will need to fill the job gap by empowering entrepreneurs and ventures that have the potential to create the most high-quality employment opportunities. Learn more about Endeavor Insight’s findings on Detroit’s scaleup ecosystem by clicking here.
Now at a critical crossroads, Detroit is primed for the sort of high-impact entrepreneurship that Endeavor has successfully fostered all around the world. By providing access to a global network of industry leaders, investors and talent, Endeavor’s support can help the best entrepreneurs in the city turn their ventures into businesses that will move the local economy. Endeavor works to take the magic of networks like Silicon Valley and bring it to regions with great ideas and potential, but not necessarily the resources to help founders expand their visions. Once selected into the network, Endeavor Entrepreneurs are connected with strategic mentors and given access to an array of tools that can catapult them to success. Since its founding in 1997, Endeavor has selected and supported over a thousand entrepreneurs representing more than 650 companies in the 22 markets where it operates.
“Detroit right now is in an exciting period of reinvention and growth, driven by a rise in entrepreneurship,” said Board Chairman Cindy Pasky, Founder & CEO of Strategic Staffing Solutions. “Endeavor’s unparalleled global network will equip the city’s best entrepreneurs with the resources they need to aid with ushering in a new era for Detroit.”
“The entrepreneurial talent in Detroit and the broader region is impressive,” echoed Endeavor Co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg. “We’re excited to support these companies to scale, stay and multiply their impact by investing, mentoring and inspiring the next generation of local high-impact entrepreneurs.”
All Endeavor affiliates are guided by a local board of business leaders, each of whom believes that high-impact entrepreneurship can transform entire economies. The Endeavor Detroit founding board will be chaired by Cindy Pasky, Founder, President, & CEO of Strategic Staffing Solutions. She will be joined by Gerard M. Anderson, Chairman & CEO of DTE Energy; Dave Egner, Executive Director of the New Economy Initiative and President & CEO of the Hudson-Webber Foundation; Thomas Groos, Partner of City Light Capital; Nate Lowery, Co-founder & CEO of TM3 Systems; Raj Vattikuti, Founder of Altimetrik; and Steven A. White, Chairman & CEO of Detroit Renewable Energy. The launch of Endeavor Detroit was made possible by the commitment and passion of these local board members as well as the support of some of the region’s top institutions and foundations.
“The DeVos Family first met Endeavor a couple years ago and was impressed by a proven track record to catalyze entrepreneurial ecosystems around the world,” expressed Nate Lowery, Co-founder and CEO of TM3 Systems Inc, and Board Member of the Dick and Betsy DeVos Family Foundation and Endeavor Detroit. “While the family has traditionally focused much of its philanthropy in Grand Rapids, taking Michigan’s entrepreneurial ecosystem to the next level will require cooperation from both sides of the state. Our Foundation is thrilled to be a driving force behind Endeavor coming to Detroit and Michigan.”
“From grassroots to high-growth, the New Economy Initiative supports programs that enable entrepreneurs to start, innovate and scale their businesses in SE Michigan,” said David Egner, President of the New Economy Initiative and Board Member of Endeavor Detroit. “The team identified a gap that Endeavor’s model could fill to support entrepreneurs to scale.”
The board has selected Antonio Lück as Managing Director of the office, overseeing the successful launch of Endeavor Detroit. Mr. Lück was previously the Director of Business Acceleration, Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Venture Capital at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, where he directed all of the state’s early stage financial programs and the portfolio management team. He will lead the day-to-day operations of the office in Detroit and will be involved in screening entrepreneur candidates for consideration.
For entrepreneurs interested in learning more about Endeavor in Detroit, please contact Detroit@endeavor.org.
Hailed by New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman as “the best anti-poverty program of all,” Endeavor is leading the global movement to catalyze long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring, and accelerating the best high-impact entrepreneurs around the world. To date, Endeavor has screened more than 40,000 entrepreneurs and selected more than a thousand individuals leading over 650 high-impact companies.
With support from Endeavor’s worldwide mentor network, these high-impact entrepreneurs:
– Have created nearly 400,000 jobs
– Generated $6.8 billion in revenues in 2013
– Inspire future generations to innovate and take risks
Headquartered in New York City, Endeavor currently operates in 22 countries throughout Europe, Latin America, Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and the U.S.
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21 Entrepreneurs From 9 Countries Selected at the 57th Endeavor International Selection Panel in Singapore
Singapore – February 6, 2015 – Endeavor hosted its 57th International Selection Panel (ISP) in Singapore from February 4-6th, convening top international business leaders, industry experts and entrepreneurs in the Southeast Asian city. Twenty-one entrepreneurs from fifteen companies and nine countries were selected into the network at the panel. Endeavor now supports 1,051 entrepreneurs from 666 companies across the 22 markets where it operates.
With support from Barclays and EY, the ISP is the conclusion of a rigorous multi-step selection process that is at the core of the Endeavor model. In Singapore, panelists from 10 countries interviewed entrepreneur candidates about their businesses and potential for high-impact growth, and then deliberated on whether or not the candidates should become Endeavor Entrepreneurs. Some top names in venture capital, investment and entrepreneurship participated, including Edgar Bronfman Jr. (Endeavor Global Chairman and Accretive General Partner); Eugenio Lopez III (Endeavor Philippines Chairman and Chairman of ABS-CBN Corporation); Afzal Abdul Rahim (Endeavor Malaysia Chairman and CEO of TIME dotcom Berhad); and Husodo Angkosubroto (Endeavor Indonesia Chairman and Chairman of PT Gunung Sewu Kencana).
This ISP is the first panel in the region since the launch of Endeavor in the Philippines earlier this year, which marked the organization’s third affiliate in Southeast Asia. Endeavor has maintained an office in Singapore since 2011 as a hub for its work in the region. With support from the J.P. Morgan Foundation, Endeavor is currently considering expanding its presence in the city to better select and support the region’s high-growth entrepreneurs.
“As we continue to grow our presence in Asia, bringing the Endeavor network to Singapore signifies the importance of the city as a global center of entrepreneurship and innovation,” said Endeavor co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg. “We hope to continue finding the region’s most high-impact, high-growth businesses and empowering them to build ecosystems of entrepreneurship that have the power to move economies and create jobs.”
After their selection into the Endeavor network, the entrepreneurs are given access to customized services, including introductions to local and international business mentors and volunteers from Fortune 500 consulting firms who will help them address key business needs. The entrepreneurs are also connected to world-class talent, education and investment opportunities as part of a business roadmap designed by Endeavor and its mentors. Since 1997, Endeavor Entrepreneurs have created nearly 400,000 jobs, generated and built sustainable growth models in their home countries, transformed local economies and have become role models for future generations of leaders.
Endeavor will host five more International Selection Panels in 2015. Locations will be in Santiago, Chile; Amman, Jordan; San Francisco Bay Area, CA; Marrakech, Morocco; and Mexico City, Mexico.
Brief descriptions of the newly selected entrepreneurs and companies follow.
Entrepreneur: Alessandro Gardemann
Company: Geo Energetica
Description: Geo Energetica offers an alternative to hydropower as Brazil’s booming population growth compels the country to expand its electric energy consumption by 29 gigawatts (GW) through 2021. The company transforms organic waste from Brazil’s sugarcane industry to produce electricity, providing a clean, reliable source of energy year-round.
Entrepreneurs: Hossam Fahmy, Sherif Gad & Tamer El Leithy
Company: Mori Co
Description: With its fusion sushi, gourmet burger, and authentic Lebanese dining concepts, Mori Co is setting the table for a new wave of global cuisine in Cairo. Despite Egypt’s positioning at the crossroads of civilizations, its culture lacks a cosmopolitan dining scene. Mori Co owns and operates four trend-setting restaurant concepts in Egypt that deliver food inspired by the world’s best cuisines. In a MENA F&B market estimated at US$40 billion, Mori Co operates 20 restaurants.
Entrepreneur: Periklis Venieris
Company: Green Cola
Description: Green Cola, an Athens-based beverage company, is offering consumers a healthy alternative, made using 100% natural sources for sweeteners and caffeine. Aimed at a new generation of consumers, Green Cola is exploiting an underserved market for healthier cola – estimated at approximately US$442M (10% of the overall sparkling beverage industry). Green Cola is poised to scale on the back of its founder and CEO, Periklis Venieris’, deep industry know-how from 20 years at Coca Cola, and the company’s underlying manufacturing assets, acquired during the financial crisis.
Entrepreneur: Philipp Brinkmann
Description: By consolidating flight, ferry, and train options in an easy to search, minimalist interface, Tripsta helps travelers quickly find what they are looking for. The company provides a user-friendly, comprehensive online and mobile platform for travelers to book flights, ferries, and trains on 40 country websites. Tripsta’s minimalist interface lacks the distracting clutter customers are accustomed to seeing on online travel booking websites, making it easier to find what they are looking for.
Entrepreneur: Steven Kim
Description: With a booming restaurant industry in Indonesia that added over 400 quality restaurants in 2013 alone, diners have more options than ever to enjoy fine cuisine, if they know where to find it. Meanwhile, restaurants want to tap into Indonesia’s burgeoning middle-class, which spends up to 30% of its disposable income on food and beverage. Through Qraved’s website and mobile app potential patrons can browse and make reservations at over 3,000 restaurants in Jakarta and Bali. In turn, restaurants fill their empty tables and gain exposure to the thousands of Qraved users.
Entrepreneurs: Carline Darjanto & Ria Sarwono
Description: Cotton Ink is a company that aims to become the leading Indonesian women’s retailer through its range of trendy clothing that evokes confidence through comfort with its simple yet stylish designs. The company’s clothing drapes the body using a range of pastel, earth-toned, and traditional cotton fabrics. The clothing’s relaxed cut provides comfort while still flattering slender frames. Cotton Ink provides a range of basic and accent pieces to encourage personal style and versatility. To offer customers the latest fashion trends, Cotton Ink launches new collections (15-20 pieces) every week unlike competitors that do so every one to two months.
Entrepreneur: Muhammad Yukka Harlanda
Description: Brodo has made it its mission to improve the men’s shoe shopping experience, product quality, and selection in the region. Although ecommerce in Indonesia was nascent when the company began, Brodo envisioned how an encroaching digital world would change the way people shopped and interacted with brands. Brodo will launch Galleries, pop-up stores without inventory within the next few years, where customers can view, test, and purchase products that are delivered the same day.
Entrepreneur: Edwin Tay
Description: For Southeast Asian students, finding a Western university is no easier since there are few free resources for Southeast Asians that consolidate impartial information on the plethora of higher education options. EasyUni’s multisided platform provides a solution for universities and Southeast Asian students alike. Its free online education portal aggregates information on over 2,000 universities across 33 countries, making it easy for prospective students to compare and choose courses, while also facilitating an end-to-end application process. At the same time, EasyUni drives applications and grows the brand reputation of universities in the region.
Entrepreneurs: Carlos Agami & Jacobo Agami
Description: Founded in 2006, Agasys uses CCTV systems (video surveillance systems) to measure and increase the productivity of employees and derive insights into customer behavior. Agasys’ proprietary software generates a random sampling of video clips that provide representative information of individuals’ behavior, unbiased by outliers.
Entrepreneur: Enrique Bojorquez
Description: Sucroliq produces a refined liquid sugar for food and beverage manufacturers and pharmaceutical companies available at an affordable standardized cost and to a client’s specifications. Sucroliq’s patented technology enables it to refine raw sugar in liquid form for only US$50 per ton – a quarter of normal costs. Sucroliq is the sole provider of refined liquid sugar in Mexico and aims to be the world leader in liquid sugar refinement and production technology.
Entrepreneur: Alejandro Carrillo
Description: InterLatin is bringing Mexico to the forefront of the technological boom. Globally, high-tech businesses (e.g. electrical, aerospace, automotive) are outsourcing manufacturing processes, such as circuit board assembly, testing and inspection, final assembly, and distribution. Operating in a global Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) and Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) market estimated to be worth US$363.8 billion (2013), InterLatin provides sells specialized technology equipment and services to companies in high-tech industries (B2B).
Entrepreneurs: Craig Raw & JP Kloppers
Description: While computers can compile and sort the conversations, they struggle to interpret relevancy and sentiment. BrandsEye’s proprietary platform enables consumer-facing brands to listen to what their customers say about them across online blogs and social media in order to better inform their business strategy. The platform incorporates a crowd-sourcing layer to add nuance and emotion to the raw information, which in turn makes BrandsEye’s data more accurate.
Entrepreneur: Zafer Sen
Description: OBSS helps enterprises strengthen their IT infrastructure by providing them with software development and consulting services. With some of Turkey’s most prominent financial institutions as clients, OBSS is an established player in the burgeoning Turkish IT and software market, which is projected to grow at a rate of 7.4% to reach US$25 billion in 2018.
Entrepreneurs: Ayman Fakoussa & Dipesh Depala
Company: The Qode
Description: Luxury brands in Dubai struggle to authentically connect with the diverse population which includes over 150 different nationalities. Meanwhile, most local PR companies are not attune to the marketing needs of this niche retail segment, leading to discord between the client’s products and target audience. The Qode personalizes PR marketing for luxury brands with its end-to-end services, including tailored event planning, diverse publishing channels, and exclusive VIP guest-lists.
Entrepreneur: Idriss Al Rifai
Description: MENA360 provides businesses a turnkey solution for entering the ecommerce space in the region and for reaching customers. The company equips its delivery personnel with GPS-enabled tablets and task-assigning software to locate customers via their mobile devices. MENA360 plans to capture additional market share in the Gulf’s US$1.7 billion ecommerce-triggered logistics market (2015e) by growing its delivery capabilities across the region, becoming the turnkey solution for ecommerce in the Middle East.
Manila, Philippines – January 7, 2015 – Endeavor announced that it will expand its presence in Southeast Asia with the launch of Endeavor Philippines, its third country affiliate in the region. The launch is supported and led by some of the country’s top entrepreneurs and business leaders, including seven founding board members and a newly named managing director. According to the World Bank, the Philippine economy remains one of the fastest growing in the region, offering a promising climate for high-impact, high-growth entrepreneurship.
With a population of nearly 100 million spread across more than 7,000 islands, the nation is the seventh most populous in Asia and one of the most diverse. While the Philippine economy has grown at an average of 6% since 2012 according to the World Bank, over 20% of the population still lives in poverty. Supporting high-impact entrepreneurship in the region offers a critical opportunity to fuel economic growth at all levels. With an estimated 99% of Philippine enterprises considered small- or medium-sized businesses, many are facing the crucial scale-up stage that determines whether or not they can grow into impactful businesses that create thousands of jobs. Endeavor research found that just 5% of the country’s total number of firms are considered high-growth (with a minimum of 20% average annual growth), but created 75% of the net new jobs in the country.
The landscape of entrepreneurship in the country continues to show much promise. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor found that nearly half (48%) of all Filipinos have a very positive view of the entrepreneurial opportunities in their country; furthermore, 68% believe they have the capabilities needed to start a business. At the same time, many recognize the barriers to entrepreneurial development in the country, including a lack of access to financial support, government programming and guidance from role models.
This is where Endeavor’s model can make a difference. By providing access to a world-class network of industry leaders, investors and talent, Endeavor’s support can give the best entrepreneurs in the region the chance to turn their ventures into transformational businesses. Endeavor aims to take the magic of networks like Silicon Valley and bring it to regions with great ideas and potential, but not necessarily the resources to help founders take their visions to the next level. Once selected into the network, Endeavor Entrepreneurs are connected with strategic mentors and given access to an array of tools that can catapult them to success. Since its beginning in 1997, Endeavor has selected and supported 1,030 entrepreneurs representing 651 companies in the 22 markets where it operates. In 2013, from Miami to Morocco, these entrepreneurs have generated $6.8 billion in revenue and created 400,000 jobs across Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Southeast Asia.
“It is an exciting time in the history of Endeavor, as we have now helped more than a thousand entrepreneurs realize their dreams,” said Endeavor co-founder and CEO Linda Rottenberg. “The addition of Endeavor Philippines ensures that we will continue to make an impact in one of the most dynamic and exciting regions in the world.”
All Endeavor affiliates are spearheaded by a local board of leading business people, each of whom believes that entrepreneurship can transform economies. The Endeavor Philippines founding board will be chaired by Eugenio (Gabby) López III, Chairman of ABS-CBN Corporation. He will be joined by Jaime A. Zobel de Ayala, Chairman & CEO of Ayala Corporation; Cezar Consing, President & CEO of the Bank of the Philippines Islands; Anthony T. Huang, President of SSI Group, Inc.; Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Founder, Chairwoman & CEO of Care.com; Edgar Injap Sia II, Chairman of DoubleDragon Properties Corp.; and Julio Sy, Jr., Founder & CEO of TAO Corporation.
“Endeavor has come to the Philippines at just the right time,” said Board Chairman Eugenio (Gabby) Lopez III. “Sustained economic growth has seen the rise of entrepreneurial activity in the country. We hope to accelerate the development of a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem by helping to unleash the full potential of high-impact entrepreneurs.”
The board has selected Manny Ayala as Managing Director of the office, overseeing the successful launch of Endeavor Philippines. Mr. Ayala was a co-founder of Hatchd Digital, a tech incubator, and a Managing Director of investment bank IRG. He will lead the day-to-day operations of the Endeavor office in Manila and will be involved in screening the first entrepreneur candidates for consideration.
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