Report on how startups and the third sector can collaborate more and better
Collaboration between the third sector and startups can benefit both sides. For third sector organisations, tapping into startups’ innovative ideas and ways of working can lead to increased impact. For startups, it can make the difference between failing and scaling.
Third Sector Startup Collaboration - Report
Startup acceleration program to fight modern slavery.
FAROL was designed to unite and support projects in the fight against modern slavery, through collaborative innovation. The first accelerator of its kind. Startups, grassroots organisations and projects were invited to work alongside world class mentors and advisors to accelerate their goals.
Farol Startup Accelerator
Expand - Idea Accelerator & Toolbox
EXPAND is a 3-year
EXPAND is a 4-month idea accelerator programme for future entrepreneurs tackling systemic problems in society. After embedding all the learnings of the first Idea Accelerator, the project will disseminate a practical toolbox with the best practices to replicate the accelerator in other universities or institutions.
Challenge based incubation programme
Studio Waste Beats the Odds works with vulnerable youth from idea to early stage business. Starting from a circular economy challenge, participants choose waste streams and go through a design sprint to come up with a business idea. In the second part of the programme, they figure out whether the idea is a viable
business idea and get to building.
Google Digitaal Atelier
Incubator for 30 female entrepreneurs
The Google Digital Atelier Incubator is a three-month training and coaching
program to inspire and empower women who are (aspiring) entrepreneurs. It has been designed to provide women with skills, coaching and networking opportunities to build or grow their businesses.