Here’s an overview of some of our favourite Impact Hub Berlin projects we’ve collaborated on. They span from hackathons to accelerators, from intrapreneurship programmes to global trend reports.
Better Together is Impact Hub Berlin's very own incubator for impact-driven entrepreneurs that puts partnerships at the core of its programme. The first two cohorts are focused on circular economy solutions.
Feeding the City, powered by Bank of America, is a six-month incubation programme to support people who are passionate about creating sustainable food-related businesses that benefit urban communities and our environment.
Samsung for Impact is an accelerator programme for early- to growth-stage tech startups that address social and environmental challenges with technical solutions using a sustainable, profitable business model. Two cohorts have been supported in Germany to date.
Through our collaboration with Bethmann Bank ABN Amro, we're working to create sustainable structures in CSR and Impact Investing. In doing so, we implement different event formats, whereby existing bank customers, the next generation, as well as impact investors are involved.
In the wake of the the COVID-19 outbreak, Impact Hub Berlin and six other partners launched the #WirVsVirus online hackathon, supported by the German government, to find innovations to alleviate the crisis. The Solution Builder supports the most promising initiatives to scale.
Together with Climate-KIC, the other six German Impact Hubs and many more around the world, we're co-creating answers to local climate challenges through a two-day online hackathon. Sign up now and help us find the innovative solutions to the climate crisis.
The Innovation Fund is an internal acceleration programme for the German Development Agency (GIZ). Intrapreneurial teams are chosen each year from all over the world to develop early-stage ideas into Minimum Viable Products.
A partnership with the Vodafone Institute for Society and Communications and the Social Entrepreneurship Akademie, F-LANE has helped five startup cohorts to develop their technological innovations for female empowerment.
Impact Hubs in Berlin, Amsterdam and London collaborated with Dopper – makers of sustainable water bottles – to challenge young changemakers to grow innovative ideas into impactful solutions to our ocean plastic waste problem.
The Better Together Award promoted collaborative innovations solving local climate challenges. The winners highlighted the value of impactful partnerships between startups and local governments.
The lab of tomorrow, in partnership with the GIZ, enables SDG impact through sustainable business, helping entrepreneurs from emerging markets and the EU to jointly support business potential in developing countries.
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