Project Details

Mix social entrepreneurship with leaving a lasting impact on environment, local communities and your own future. Support our projects or set up your own social venture.

Are you passionate about social and/or environmental issues and want to make a sustainable and lasting positive impact in a developing country? Then this program is the one for you!

In 2016, Evergreen Labs (EGL) was co-founded by 2 social & environmental entrepreneurs who left their successful careers in Europe and the USA to make a sustainable difference in developing countries. What they created was a positive impact incubator that focuses on turning social and environmental projects into sustainable businesses. EGL supports new ideas, startups or existing businesses by covering all overhead functions, which allows the entrepreneur to focus on the daily operations of the business. Additionally, EGL develops its own positive impact projects including: green roofs, hydroponics, community-based tourism, ecotourism, clean food and e-mobility.

Danang’s opportunities are endless. A rapidly developing infrastructure, a thriving startup ecosystem and supportive local authorities makes this location ideal for social entrepreneurs to tackle the many social & environmental challenges in Central Vietnam and Southeast Asia.

The main focus of the project is on
Foundation Year
Contact Person
Jan Zellmann
Spoken Languages

Social Impact

As a social and environmental incubator, we will make sure that your idea will create a significant positive impact on the environment and local communities. However, in this program you are in total control of the impact either through project support or lead.
Evergreen Labs will consider the incubation of small scale non-profit ventures to high potential & for profit positive impact start-ups as long as it matches the scope of our organization, so that we can put our full support behind you.

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