To determine your most critical sustainability challenge, we'll have a 3-hour Workhop with your main stakeholders. We explore trends, formulate an ambitious and attractive moonshot, and explore ways you want to work with companies that offer solutions to your challenge.
Note: The Challenge Shaping Workshop is free for all participants, but is mandatory to join the 100-day program. The program fee will only be invoiced after mutual consent.
After the Challenge Shaping Workshop, TNW and ImpactHub will start scouting internationally for solutions that might fit your challenge. Additionally they will:
1. Globally search for innovative solutions in the market;
2. Focus on industry specific cluster solutions;
3. Propose the companies to you;
4. You select five solutions to solve your problem.
In a first session you will meet three providers that you have selected during the scouting phase. You will get to know them and their business and discuss a potential partnership.
Based on this you select 1 company to test their solution during a 100-day pilot.
The Kick-Off is the formal start of the 100 days. In which the Impact Nation team will support you with:
Stimulating good cooperation and integration of cultures;
A palet of modular services, for example on subsidies;
Developing building skills;
regular check-ins and project support.
Participants in the 100-day program present the outcome of their collaboration(s) to a wide audience and stakeholders on Demo(nstration) Day.
We'll make sure that we provide loads of coverage and press about the successes and learnings of your first 100 days.
As an alumni you'll get special access to events, perks, and a private community. If you need it, we'll try to get you a favorable green financing deal with ABN AMRO too.
“I get a kick from surprising companies with solutions they would haver never considered before.”
“It's fun and super rewarding to go beyond plans and Powerpoints to actually build solutions together.”
“When you connect the right people, making your company more sustainable is not that far away.”