A word from Enablis
Founder and Chairman,
In 2003, I traveled to South Africa for the first time to implement, with the support of the Canadian International Development Agency (now Global Affairs Canada) and Accenture, the project which would later be called Enablis. At that time, Enablis was nothing more than a prototype for a model of economic development based on job creation in developing countries. I am proud to say that Enablis is now the largest entrepreneurial network in Africa.
From South Africa, it has expanded to East and West Africa and recently South America. Enablis has undoubtedly succeeded in providing its members with the conditions under which entrepreneurship and innovation can thrive.
As an entrepreneur myself, I know that supporting entrepreneurs is the solution to sustainable and lasting local economic development.
BY 2020, WE EXPECT TO BE PRESENT
IN 15 COUNTRIES AND HAVE
OVER 25,000 ENTREPRENEURS
IN OUR NETWORK.