Ineng partners and collaborates with various other organisations that support free enterprise.
The Millennium Trust is a non-profit organisation with the broad aim of contributing to the success of South Africa. Established in 2010 the Trust conducts its own projects and also supports individuals, projects and organisations that provide interesting and creative answers to these challenges.
The Atlas Network is a nonprofit organization connecting a global network of more than 400 free-market organizations in over 80 countries to the ideas and resources needed to advance the cause of liberty.
PovertyCure is an international coalition of organizations and individuals committed to entrepreneurial solutions to poverty that challenge the status quo and champion the creative potential of the human person.
The Network for a Free Society publishes CDs entitled Ideas for a Free Society. Their mission is to encourage opportunity and prosperity by promoting understanding of the principles of a free and responsible society and the foundations on which it is based: limited government, the rule of law, the protection of private property, free markets and free speech.
Ineng collaborated with AfricanLiberty.org to host the 2014 Students & Young Professionals African Liberty Academy (SYPALA) in South Africa for the first time.
OCFO & Glenheim
OutsourcedCFO and Glenheim are venue sponsors for Ineng seminars in Cape Town at the O-Space start-up co-working space for SMMEs. Glenheim is also a venue sponsor for Durban and Johannesburg-based activities.