The world’s first co-living social impact accelerator
We believe in investing in entrepreneurs and innovators who have the potential to positively change the world.
The Collective Global Accelerator (CGA) is designed to support entrepreneurs and innovators from around the world. Our 4-week immersive programme invites aspiring changemakers to live at The Collective Old Oak and gain access to the mindset, tools and networks they need to grow their social enterprises and make a real difference for people in need.
Our vision is to create a global community of entrepreneurs can achieve greater impact through our support. We provide selected social entrepreneurs with leading resources, personal mentorship, a network of supporters and a community to call home.
The Collective Global Accelerator is a 4-week co-living accelerator programme that supports some of the most promising social entrepreneurs in cities worldwide. We accelerate businesses making a positive impact on the world, in one or more of the following areas: Economic Opportunity, Social Integration, Health and Wellbeing and Environmental Sustainability.
Participants join a community of like-minded entrepreneurs who are motivated to help each other succeed. Even after the end of the accelerator, we provide ongoing support through in-kind benefits from our partners, opportunities for investment, publicity and networking.
Applications for the Collective Global Accelerator are currently closed.
Benefits of our program
Our impact so far
The CGA is currently closed, but we’re always open to queries!
The entrepreneurs from our programmes are our biggest measure of success
Tram Anh NguyenFounder, Sumi, Vietnam
Tram Anh is founder of Sumi, a combination of chatbot, artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to help young people.
Juliana GutierrezFounder, Low Carbon City, Colombia
Juliana is founder of Low Carbon City, a citizen-led global movement working to tackle climate change in cities.
Italo AlvesFounder, TODXS, Brazil
Italo is founder of TODXS, the first Brazilian non-profit social start-up that promotes LGBTI+ Inclusion.
Berat KajamiliFounder, MigPort, Turkey
Berat is founder of MigPort, a refugee e-card that provides opportunities to migrants.