Impact Hub Backup High Reach

This program is tailored for startups working in:

What You Get

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Program Timeline

 

Special Edition 2020

In this year’s edition, we are prototyping new program content elements around raising awareness on wellbeing and the mental health of founders and we are providing support to increase the resilience of the Re:Wien cohort and decrease the burn-out risk that is especially high amongst social entrepreneurs. We are enabled by the support of Hil Foundation to offer this pilot on “wellbeing for social entrepreneurs

 

Program Mentors

  • Andrei Gheorghiu Urban transport, mobility services, IT systems, software solutions
  • André Freitas Transport initiatives, funding mechanisms for mobility, public transport arrangements, social inclusion, new ITS services, digitalization and connectivity
  • Vasco Reis Urban Logistics, Mobility as a Service, Business Model and Business Development
  • Stefano Borgato Innovative and sustainable mobility, Transportation planning, New mobility services, Smart cities, Sharing economy, Environmental awareness
  • Cosimo Chiffi Transportation planning, Sustainable development, Social inclusion and accessibility, Transport economics, Mobility management, Public policy
  • Simone Bosetti Transport planning, Inclusive mobility, Transport poverty, New mobility services, Evaluation and impact assessment of transport measures and projects, Cycling consultancy
  • João Bernadino Mobility, from different lenses: product management, innovation, policy, entrepreneurship
  • André Marquet Design sprints, product-market fit, pitch training, public speaking, lean startup method, agile development, product development, productization, and product management techniques
  • Delphine Grandsart Transport and mobility, passenger rights, market uptake of new mobility services and technologies, transport poverty and accessibility, multimodal connections and mobility platforms

Program partners

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement no. 769819.