Rio de Janeiro

En-novate chose Rio de Janeiro as a destination because of the free tertiary education system, which is an unique model in an emerging market. A trip designed for leaders in education sector.

Silicon Valley

En-novate chose Silicon Valley Silicon Valley as it is home to 1/3 (R133.5 billion) of all venture capital investment in the United States. It's allso where companies like Facebook and Google were born.


En-novate chose Amsterdam as a destination because it's one of the hottest global start-up destinations, and is now referred to as the ‘Silicon Valley of Europe’.


En-novate chose Finland as a destination because of its progressive approach to the way in which education is understood and practiced.


En-novate chose Seattle because it is home to some of the world’s leading companies, such as Microsoft, Amazon, Starbucks and Boeing.


En-novate chose Israel as a destination because it has invented some of the best agricultural innovations in the world.


En-novate chose London as a destination because it is on it's way to becoming the Fintech capital of the world.


En-novate chose Detroit as a destination because it is home to the ‘Big three’ (General Motors, Ford and Chrysler).

South Africa

En-novate runs trips in it's home region, South Africa. Offering a wealth of history, an eye-opening start up sector and much more.


En-novate chose Kenya as a destination as it's been nicknamed the 'Start-up' capital of Africa. Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, has transformed into a technology epicentre.


En-novate chose Singapore as a destination as it's ranked number one on the Global Financial Centres Index. The country has also been identified as a tax haven.

Washington DC

En-novate chose Washington DC as a destination because all three branches of the federal government of the United States are in the District - including the Congress, President, and Supreme Court.


En-novate chose Germany as a destination because it's automotive industry is regarded as the most competitive and innovative in the world, employing over 747,000 people.

New York City

En-novate chose New York City as a destination because exerts a significant impact upon global commerce, finance, media, art, fashion, research, technology, and entertainment.


En-novate chose Rwanda as a destination because it's the highest ranked African country on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business list — 54th, ahead of countries such as Chile and Luxembourg.


“The En-novate trip to Detroit was a major milestone in my career and my personal growth. Exposure to the US markets gave me insight into how investment and innovation can move a whole country forward."

Nimelen Pillay. Detroit, Manufacturing Trip, 2017

Access unique experiences

Our trips let you experience the world’s most progressive cities, innovative companies, and disruptive start-ups.

Develop growth mindsets

Our experienced team helps you turn those experiences into the skills you need to En-novate for a better tomorrow.

Unlock global partnerships

Our network gives you access to the most relevent people and companies, helping you build future partners in business.

Retain Clients and Employees

En-novate gives you the opportunity to build once-in-a-lifetime relationships with your top clients or employees.


We've had top VCs, Founders and Leaders Educate our En-novate Groups

Roelof Botha

Venture capitalist and company director. Botha is a partner at Sequoia Capital. He previously sat on the board of directors of Meebo and YouTube before they were each acquired by Google.

Paul Maritz

Computer scientist and software executive. He held positions at EMC Corporation, VMware and Microsoft - where he was the third-ranking executive, behind Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer.

Vinny Lingham

Vinny Lingham is an Internet entrepreneur who is the co-founder & CEO of Civic - an identity protection and management startup. He was also previously the founder and CEO of Gyft & Yola, Inc.

Claudia Costin

A Brazilian national, was the Senior Director for Education at the World Bank between July 2014 and June 2016. She currently works for the Innovation and Excellence in Education Policies.