2014 truly was a record year for SEED, a year where the SEED Awards became one of the biggest awards scheme for social and environmental enterprises worldwide, awarding 41 new SEED Winners - remarkable eco-enterprises that achieve significant impact at the grassroots. Almost 350 people were trained on eco-entrepreneurship in the follow-up SEED Support this year. In addition to this direct support, 2014 also saw a great expansion of SEED's effort in promoting an enabling environment for social and environmental entrepreneurship: More than 50 people participated in training of trainers sessions built around a newly developed SEED BDS+ methodology. And more than 600 entrepreneurs, policy makers, businesses, civil society and support institutions from over 30 countries came together at SEED events. Read more in the 2014 SEED Annual Report.
SEED Annual Report 2014
Liebl, Jona; Amélie Heuër, Helen Marquard, Anaïs Mangin, Mirko Zürker and Rainer Agster 2014: SEED Annual Report 2014. Berlin: adelphi.