Unreasonable Labs Afghanistan
in partnership with Shetab Afghanistan | Shape Your Future
SHETAB Afghanistan | Center for business and social innovation facilitates the process of creating innovative and impact driven social ventures in Afghanistan. Our vision is to enable the next generatSHETAB Afghanistan | Center for business and social innovation facilitates the process of creating innovative and impact driven social ventures in Afghanistan. Our vision is to enable the next generation of mindful entrepreneurs and civic leaders.
Shetab Afghanistan is presenting “Unreasonable Lab Afghanistan” powered by our partner and of well-known US accelerator the Unreasonable Institute.
Our Lab helps young Afghan entrepreneurs and social innovators with their startup ideas and concepts and shapes them into viable social ventures (for profit and nonprofits). The entrepreneurs attending our Lab all have one thing in common. They care deeply about a #BetterAfghanistan.
An Unreasonable Lab is a 5-day accelerator for young entrepreneurs and social innovators seeking to address a specific challenge in their venture. During those 5 days, high-potential entrepreneurs will come together with world-class mentors to get guidance on scaling their impact. In this Lab participating startups (7-10) will get guidance in testing the core assumptions of their social ventures. They’ll get advice from 7-10 local mentors, talk to customers, build prototypes, and build out a strategic plan.
About Shetab Afghanistan:
We address the underlying challenges youth and/or women entrepreneurs face in Afghanistan, and offer services that will be available for entrepreneurs with high potential for social impact. In collaboration with local, regional and international partners, entrepreneurs working with SHETAB will access:
i) Hands-on/Experiential learning opportunities to develop the critical skills and resources needed to fully unlock the potential of their enterprises - through Unreasonable Lab Afghanistan, workshops and lectures with local, regional and international partners;
ii) Virtual and/or one-one one mentoring services, as well as coaching and training opportunities in the areas of personal and professional development, which will equip Afghan entrepreneurs with skills, knowledge and resources beyond the classrooms and highly demanded in a growingly competitive frontier market.
iii) A physical co-working (a Hub) for students, freelancers, ‘creatives’, entrepreneurs, investors, tech-wizars, coders, accountants, marketers, designers and anyone else with a passion for business, social innovation an more