Advancing Redemptive Entrepreneurship

 

Praxis is a creative engine for redemptive entrepreneurship, supporting founders, funders, and innovators motivated by their faith to renew culture and love their neighbors.

Our community of practice operates through high-touch programs, robust content, and a global portfolio of redemptive business & nonprofit ventures.

Redemptive Entrepreneurship

Redemptive Entrepreneurship is the work of joining God in creative restoration through sacrifice, in venture building and innovation.

REDEMPTIVE LEADERSHIP fuses ambition, discipline, and market insight with spiritual formation, selfless stewardship, and cultural wisdom.

REDEMPTIVE STRATEGY aims for cultural renewal through beautiful and humanizing products, services, and spaces, backed by truthful brands and narratives.

REDEMPTIVE OPERATIONS blesses people through excellence, grace, generosity, and justice in organizational functions & practices, workforce culture, partnerships, and capital.

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Creative Engine

Through business and nonprofit Accelerators, we work with founders in the growth stage; through our Venture Lab, with founders in the imaginative stage.

Praxis Academy convenes next-generation entrepreneurs for our Annual Academy week, with a dozen founders moving on to our Emerging Founders intensive.

We gather our active community of founders, mentors, investors, and thinkers for the Redemptive Imagination Summit, and invite everyone into redemptive entrepreneurship through The Praxis Course and The Praxis Journal.

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Impact

As of the end of 2016, the 125+ redemptive ventures we’ve supported directly through Accelerator programs have a 92% survival rate and over $190m in revenue.

They’ve created over 2,800 full-time jobs across 40+ countries around the world.

Through direct introductions from Praxis, we’ve seen over $37m in early-stage investment and grant capital placed to our ventures.

Our community of practice numbers 200+ Accelerator and 500+ Academy alumni, 200+ mentors, and 500+ investors and philanthropists.

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