TAP THE POWER OF ENTREPRENEURIAL MENTORING
STRONG MENTORING IS ESSENTIAL BUT VERY DIFFICULT. EVEN TOP ORGANIZATIONS STRUGGLE. LET US HELP YOU.
A customized managed mentoring program solution structured to ensure teams and mentors are matched well, trained and guided to develop valuable relationships and excel in their work together.
A private, customer branded platform for organizations to empower their entrepreneurs and manage their entrepreneurial programs to improve satisfaction, performance and reduce staff time.
Interactive training on program design, mentoring, pitching and communications to help entrepreneurs, mentors and programs apply best practices and cutting edge frameworks and tools.
Research and Benchmarking
Our research and benchmarking solutions, developed with support from the Kauffman Foundation, provide 30 organizations with critical insight to improve their entrepreneurial programs.
WHAT OUR PARTNERS AND ENTREPRENEURS SAY ABOUT EFN
“Since 2013, we have partnered with EFN to deliver a very high quality mentoring program to students worldwide competing in the Rice Business Plan Competition, the World’s largest student startup competition.”
managing director, Rice Alliance & Executive Director, Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers
“Mentors are where the magic happens at Techstars. Mentoring is the backbone of our accelerator programs and EFN is the expert at designing mentor programs that make this same magic happen for entrepreneurs and their mentors across the U.S.”
Managing director, techstars mobility, detroit
“Strong mentoring is a critical factor for entrepreneurial success. EFN and its 500 mentors are extremely valuable to the success of entrepreneurs across the country by helping organizations develop their capacity to deliver quality mentoring.”
Co- Founder, Garage TEchnology Ventures, Silicon Valley
“”EFN’ mentored us when we were students at Stanford in 2006. We’re now enabling over 1 million people to upgrade from kerosene to solar light every month! I feel really privileged to have a chance to work with EFN and their mentors even to this day.”