ASEAN WISE Fellowship Application
Do you have a vision to eradicate poverty in unity with women and indigenous communities? Apply to our second cohort of ASEAN WISE Fellows!
The ASEAN Women Impact Social Entrepreneurship (WISE) Fellowship is year-long fellowship to support changemakers and their social enterprises tackling UN SDGs #1 No Poverty, #5 Gender Equality, and #12 Responsible Consumption with a focus on women and indigenous communities. As part of the cohort, you will select corporate partners from the Angels of Impact network to further prepare your business for investment, boost sales, and enhance marketing. Fellows also have access to capacity-building workshops, market access and funding opportunities, and a community of learning. In short, we seek to help women and indigenous entrepreneurs unlock funds that will catalyze their positive impact on communities in Southeast Asia.
Does your social enterprise fulfil these requirements:
• Is your business women-led and/or women-owned?
• Is it community-based and impacting women? Special priority for those focused on indigenous communities.
• Is your business in the creative economy (sustainable/regenerative textiles/artisanal/handmade goods)?
• Does your business aggregate micro-entrepreneurs/individuals and help bring them up the value chain?
• Is your venture generating revenue (more than 2 years)?
• Do you address SDGs #1, #5 or #12?
Interested? Tell us about yourself here.*
*Your information is strictly confidential and will not be shared or copied without your permission.
Any questions, please contact us at
What is your name?
What is your contact number? (with country code)
What is your email?
Are you authorised to make investment decisions for your organisation?
What is the name of your business?
What is your business website, if you have one?
When was your business started?
Which country/ies do you work in?
Other (Please note: other, non-ASEAN countries are not qualified for the ASEAN WISE Fellowship)
Which country/ies are you registered in, if different from above?
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