Eve-Volution Inc. imagines a future based on a society and economy that has the capacity to meet fundamental human needs, creates resilient communities, heals the environment and helps us evolve to become more thoughtful stewards of technological innovation.
We believe that the two greatest leverage points towards achieving these outcomes are to a) Achieve broad-based gender equality and equity everywhere in less than 25 years; b) Invest in a broader range of innovation strategies and variants of entrepreneurship including, process innovation plus backbone and feminist entrepreneurship.
What We Do?
We help investors, nonprofits, companies, startup incubators, accelerators and economic development programs looking to un-learn, re-learn, review, re-think and redesign their spaces, programs and services based on feminist theory, principles and values. We apply full-stack thinking to deliver cost effective, investor-grade results to all stakeholders.
Who We Serve
Corporate CEO's/Business leaders looking to learn more about feminism and how it's insights can deepen diversity and inclusion culture in the workplace.
Gender lens investors looking to create an inclusive, promising investment pipeline;
Public economic development teams that aims to create a gendered startup or innovation centre in its region to unleash the true potential of women and women identified entrepreneurs;
Co-working space, incubator or accelerator programs looking to better serve women or other gender minority founders;
Check out some of our current projects below.
B Corp Recognition!
Eve-Volution Inc. was recognized as one of 2017's "Best for the World" B Corps due to our community impact scores! We often teach seminars about how, and more importantly, WHY one might choose to become B Corp certified.
Eve-Volution Inc partnered with Lean4Flourishing and is providing coaching services for The 2017 Agents of Change social entrepreneurship program at Toronto's Centre for Social Innovation.
New Women's Startup Incubator in Jordan
Eve-volution Inc has partnered with The Pivotal Point, Ryerson University and The Canadian Bureau of International Education to help InJaz, an established nonprofit which teaches entrepreneurship to over 130 000 high school students per year, develop and pilot the first women's incubator program in Amman, Jordan.