The Global Accelerator Learning Initiative (GALI), working in association with the Global Entrepreneurship Research Network (GERN) would like to share with the GERN community the following updates on new data, new reports, and analyses.
New Data Released
We are excited to announce the launch of new data from the Entrepreneur Database Program. This dataset, collected from applicants to acceleration programs around the world, now includes information on more than 8,600 early stage ventures from 90 acceleration programs between 2013 and 2016.
Visit the GALI website to filter this new data by key variables such as geography, sector, impact focus, and entrepreneur gender. You can also read an in-depth descriptive analysis of the data in the updated Data Summary. And finally, the full dataset is available to anyone interested in conducting research or evaluations -- simply request the data file.
New Report on Brazil
The Landscape Study of Accelerators and Incubators in Brazil, produced in partnership with ANDE Brazil and ICE, uses GALI’s Global Accelerator Survey data in combination with interviews of accelerators and incubators in Brazil. The report describes the profile of acceleration and incubation programs, highlights accelerators with an impact focus, and compares accelerators in Brazil with the rest of the world.
More about GALI
A collaboration between the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) and Emory University, GALI is made possible by its co-creators and founding sponsors, including the U.S. Global Development Lab at the U.S. Agency for International Development, Omidyar Network, The Lemelson Foundation and the Argidius Foundation.