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Business entrepreneurs can rely on a wide-ranging support infrastructure including incubators and accelerators, where early-stage business ideas and enterprises receive structured help and investment. 

Similarly, social entrepreneurs have incubators and global support platforms like Ashoka or the Impact Hub network. No such institution exists for political entrepreneurs – yet. 

Building on the insights of a book focused on liberal and centrist political start-ups like Progresivne (Slovakia), NEOS (Austria), En Marche (France) and Momentum (Hungary), this is about to change.