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    Social Impact Lab Frankfurt – a joint initiative…

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    …of the foundation KfW Stiftung, the JPMorgan Chase Foundation and the non-profit company Social Impact GmbH - launched 26/02/2014.

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    In its lab, the team of Social Impact lends support to people founding a company by providing advice and coaching - in Frankfurt, Berlin, Leipzig and Hamburg.

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    Coaching and networking for those who found companies and who aim to solve social problems.

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    The first pitch for participating in the four-month training programme in Frankfurt-Bockenheim.

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    Nils Hafa, branch manager of Social Impact Lab Frankfurt, presents the training programme.

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    Frankfurter Küche is a space for coaching, exchange, discussion, networking and more.

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    The lab in Frankfurt provides co-working space for those participating in the training programme and for start-ups.

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Social Impact Lab Frankfurt

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For the first time in Germany, young people with an immigrant background and social entrepreneurs are offered space for their business ideas and professional development under a single roof by the pioneering work of the Social Impact Lab Frankfurt. The project "AndersGründer", funded by KfW Stiftung, is the first start-up centre in the Frankfurt area specifically geared towards social innovators. "ChancenNutzer", financed by the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, is the first project nationwide that provides extensive assistance to young unemployed people from immigrant families on their way to becoming entrepreneurs and that offers all-round individual career advice. The project in Frankfurt is designed to pave the way for other similar centres for new entrepreneurs in Germany.