Discover our self-paced e-learning journey to analyse a real-life challenge, develop a solution, prototype it and build an organisation. You get feedback and mentoring, learning outcomes assessment and certificates.
If you are an early-stage startup, you will consolidate your solution and organisational structure with new methodologies and discover new software to run it.
We invite our learners to join our global community and networking events. We make it easy to meet your next teammate or cofounder.
We provide our corporate partners’ employees with self-paced e-learning materials on leadership, agile methodologies and management. After, we match them with our innovators for mentoring.
Think of this experience as training coupled with skill-based digital volunteering. In this way, the employees put their lessons into practice with purpose.
Our corporate partners develop their employees and get to know talent and early-stage solutions outside their organisation with our solution.
Thanks to R&D done at the University of Cambridge, Shaping Horizons created a unique e-learning and innovation approach to develop transferable and entrepreneurial skills while igniting collective impact.
Young innovators and corporate employees trained
Success rate of social projects created and active after one year
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A user-centred journey that empowers changemakers to develop local solutions with a global perspective.
A way for early-stage startups to consolidate their solution and organisation.
A solution for corporate employees to be upskilled and find purpose while meeting the next talent. We all learn and thrive together!
"Shaping Horizons is absolutely driven by the sense of entrepreneurship, innovation, and ideas of the young people involved. It is fascinating to see the proposals that come out."
OBE MVO, former Head of the Latin America Department at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
"What Shaping Horizons is indeed doing is talking about relations between companies and communities and making those as productive and friendly as possible."
CEO, Genomics England