|Founders||Linda Rottenberg and Peter Kellner|
|20+ affiliate offices in Latin America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Africa, and Europe|
|Linda Rottenberg (CEO)|
Edgar Bronfman, Jr. (Chairman)
Fernando Fabre (President)
|Revenue||10,759,332 US dollar (2016)|
Number of employees
Endeavor is an organization headquartered in New York City that supports entrepreneurs with potential for economic and social impact in their regions. The organization provides the entrepreneurs in its network with services that will help them grow ventures, create jobs, transform economies, and support future generations of entrepreneurs.
Founded in 1997, Endeavor has supported over 50,000 candidates and selected 1,500 entrepreneurs from 1,000 companies. Supported and mentored by a network of 2,500+ local and global business leaders, these entrepreneurs have created over 650,000 jobs and in 2016 generated $10 billion in revenues. In 2001, Endeavor launched Endeavor Mexico and Time Magazine recognized Endeavor's founders as among the "Top 100 Innovators for the 21st Century" in its November 5, 2001 issue.
In 2002, the Schwab Foundation and the World Economic Forum endorsed Endeavor as one of 40 leading examples of social entrepreneurship from around the world., In 2007, MercadoLibre was the first Endeavor company to go public on NASDAQ.
In 2008, Wences Casares, one of the first Endeavor entrepreneurs, joined its board of directors. In 2009, Endeavor co-founder Linda Rottenberg co-chairs the World Economic Forum on the Middle East, held in Egypt. In the same year, Endeavor received a commitment of $10 million from the Omidyar Network. Also in 2009, Endeavor launched its Mentor Capital Program, Global 25 Program, Endeavor Jordan, and Endeavor's Center for High-Impact Entrepreneurship research arm.