You are warmly invited to attend our Social Impact Showcase
Social Velocity, MAP's first pre-accelerator program for social impact, concludes with a Showcase on Monday, 27th February at 6pm.
Join us for an evening of inspiration and promise as our very first batch of social impact founders prepare for acceleration. Our founders will pitch to a panel of judges and stand the chance to win trips to the UK and Italy to advance their social impact startup dreams - made possible by Trinity College and the Melbourne Accelerator Program.
A social impact startup builds solutions to help alleviate the big social issues of our time. Our mission driven founders have built products and services that address: climate change challenges & symptoms; civic engagement & democratic decision-making; ageing & isolation; economic inclusion of indigenous communities; waste management & recycling; and mental health & well-being.
Meet and mingle with the teams - a night not to be missed!
6.00 pm - Arrival, Registration and Introductions
6.15 pm - Social Velocity Pitches
7.20 pm - Deliberation, Prize Announcement and Networking
7.45 pm - Event concludes
Want to have a similar experience and join Social Velocity 2017? Submit an expression of interest now!
The Artisan Project enables Ecuadorian artisans to become entrepreneurs in their own communities and create premium handmade goods.
Climates seeks an empowered Australia-Pacific region, working together to address our climate challenges.
Crowdspot is a map-based community engagement platform that helps decision makers and citizens co-create better places for us to live in.
HugHaus is a re-thinking the problems of social isolation as we age by re-imagining the granny flat for the students, carers or elderly that might live in them.
i am safe online is a cloud service that detects and blocks abusive online content using a state-of-the-art algorithm.
ReadyMe provides students with the tools to reach their fullest potential using modern educational technology.
Square Away is an on-demand marketplace for waste collection that helps divert waste away from landfill.
UMPS helps us maintain independence as we age. Home appliances monitor wellbeing in the home and provide alerts to loved ones when activity is out of the norm.
Please Note: An audio visual recording of this event may be produced by the University of Melbourne and uploaded to the MAP YouTube page. By attending this event you consent to being photographed and/or filmed.