Over 300 Navigators around the world engage daily in missional businesses and not-for-profit enterprises with a triple bottom line: financial sustainability, positive social impact, and spiritual transformation. Our current portfolio of missional enterprises spans a variety of industries and sectors including:
Join them and use your entrepreneurial passion and professional expertise to support existing businesses or bring your own entrepreneurial ideas to life, all the while building relationships for the Kingdom.
We have opportunities available for both entrepreneurs and professionals looking to contribute their experience and skills to growing missional businesses. Browse our mid/long-term opportunities to see how you can contribute to an existing business. If you are an entrepreneur looking to get your missional business off the ground contact us.
Throughout the year we have a number of events designed to help missional entrepreneurs be successful in their endeavors. One such event is the Entrepreneurial Readiness Workshop (ERW).
The ERW is a weekend that puts your entrepreneurial ideas to the test with fast-paced, practical help for you to personally identify your strengths, weaknesses, and overall readiness for the adventure of missional enterprise. Key ERW Take-aways:
We also offer facilitated online training based on the MIT School of Business, book and training, “Disciplined Entrepreneurship.”
The Global Enterprise Network (GEN) consists of over 300 missional entrepreneurs as “Navigator Business-as-mission” (BAM) or “Business for Transformation” (B4T) in dozens of countries on six continents. Navigators have been starting missional enterprises since the 1970’s. GEN is a network that exists to advance the Gospel of Jesus and His Kingdom into the most challenging and complex environments of the world through missional enterprises. Learn more about the Navigators Global Enterprise network at gendesk.org.