Partner with SE Forum

Are you interested in workshops, incubators, or accelerators, or are you looking to develop a programme or initiative around using business to do good? Is your company or organisation looking for ways to help achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals? Are you interested in hosting an event or gathering looking at the future of good business? Would you like to know more about social entrepreneurship and how to get involved?

Do not hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing Tove Nordström at to discuss how your company or organisation could get involved to create change.

SE Forum Sustainable Development Goals

Our Collaborators/Partners

Botkyrka Kommun strives to develop the social entrepreneurial spirit in the community. Together with Botkyrka Kommun SE Forum has offered creative workshops on social entrepreneurship, contributing to the development in the area, as well as abroad. Botkyrka Kommun has also supported the SE Outreach Accelerator programme.

British Council collaborated with SE Forum on the event series Policy Roundtable. At these Policy Roundables, we gathered high decision makers, researchers, experts and entrepreneurs, to discuss the opportunities for social entrepreneurship in development of society and the role of policy.

Global Platform Nairobi is a result of a cooperation between ActionAid International Kenya and MS ActionAid Denmark. Global Platform Nairobi was a strategic partner in the execution of SE Outreach Mini Accelerator in 2013.

Hand in Hand

Hand in Hand is a member of the Hand in Hand global network whose vision is to reduce poverty through enterprise development and job creation. SE Forum teamed up with Hand in Hand Easter Africa to deliver the Social Business Bootcamp and Training of Trainers in Kenya in 2017.


Multimedia University of Kenya (MMU) is a public university focused on accelerating the development of Kenya’s information and knowledge sectors. SE Forum teamed up with MMU to deliver the Social Business Bootcamp and Training of Trainers in Kenya in 2017.

Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM) is the official body for inter-governmental cooperation in the Nordic region that seeks solutions with viable positive effects for everyone in the region. NCM supported SE Forum’s partnership with Social Entrepreneurship Association of Latvia (SEAL) and ODB Brussels under the project “Social Entrepreneurship in the Baltic Sea Region: Building Bridges”.

Norrsken House is Europe’s biggest hub for impact and technology, run by the Norrsken Foundation, and SE Forum’s home. The House provides premises for training sessions and events during the various programmes we run.

Headquartered in Stockholm, Scandic has 230 hotels in seven countries in Europe, most of which are in the Nordic region. Scandic Norra Bantorget provided the entrepreneurs a comfortable home away from home during the SE Outreach Accelerator.

Seeds of Peace

Seeds of Peace (US) inspires and cultivates new generations of global leaders in communities divided by conflict. The GATHER Fellowship is Seeds of Peace’s social innovation arm, supporting social innovators working in areas affected by conflict. SE Forum partners with Seeds of Peace to run the GATHER incubation week in Stockholm.    

Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) works on behalf of the Swedish government to reduce poverty in the world. Sida has been the main funder for SE Forum’s SE Outreach Accelerator, the programme that provided capacity building for social entrepreneurs from all over the world who aim to tackle the world’s most urgent problems.  

Sigtuna Foundation is a conference and meeting venue that also houses an extensive library of Sweden’s largest press archive, and the Foundation annually awards scholarships to scholars, writers, translators and teachers. During SE Forum’s programmes, the participants have been able to spend time in the inspiring and relaxing atmosphere of the Foundation.


The Swedish Postcode Lottery’s belief is that the world is getting better with the help of strong nonprofit organisations. The Postcode Foundation’s goal is to carry out that vision by supporting projects that challenge, inspire and promote change. Our conflict transformation programme, the GATHER Fellowship, has kindly been supported by the Postcode Foundation.      

The Swedish Institute promotes interest and confidence in Sweden around the world. SE Forum has had the pleasure of partnering with the Institute on various projects, visits, and training programmes.

The Africa Nazarene University Business School has hosted SE Forum’s Mini-Accelerator in Nairobi training local social entrepreneurs. Eight of the university’s business lecturers also participated in the Training of Trainers programme, where they were given the skills to educate and support social entrepreneurs in East Africa.


Together with Tillväxtverket, SE Forum has run Innovation Labs for people with an idea on social entrepreneurship that they would like to develop into action. Tillväxtverket has also funded SE Forum’s project on collaborations between social entrepreneurs and the business sector.


Vinnova is Sweden’s government agency for innovation with a mission to contribute to sustainable growth by improving the conditions for innovation and research through funding. Vinnova is the main funder for the Care of Business Impact accelerator we’re running to support social entrepreneurs in Sweden.