1. Nordic Industrial Fund

As the tagline says it is a centre for innovation and commercial development. It encourages women entrepreneurship in Nordic countries. The project started in the year 1998 and till date it tries to strengthen the role of women in taking an active part in economies of the country. It is headquartered in Oslo. The fund initiates research, innovation and education in the industrial sector of the country. 

  1. Wegate

It provides the women with access to finance and introduce women entrepreneurs with stakeholders and investors. It provides women entrepreneurs with access to networks and also provides necessary information about the various mentorship programs and workshops on entrepreneurship. It acts like a platform for online networking, exchange and cooperation among aspiring and current women entrepreneurs.

  1. The World Bank, Denmark

The World Bank aims to end extreme poverty in the world and promote shared prosperity by fostering the income growth. It is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. It is headquartered in Washington D.C and was established in the year 1944 and has more than 10,000 employees. It offers growing range of free, easy-to-access tools, research and knowledge to address the world’s development challenges.