imece is a social innovation platform where people and institutions that create change come together and work together to find solutions to social, ecological and cultural issues.
imece impact is imece’s impact accelerator program for growth stage start-ups supporting the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. We aim to accelerate the social and ecological impact that start-ups generate throughout their growth phase with the help of our tailored solutions. Our particular target is about contributing the growth of the start-ups in our cohort to support their investment readiness through impact measurement. To achieve this and continue our efforts to support the growth of the startups, we have launched this brand new program format with the main partnership of Zorlu Holding, the information partnership of Business Call to Action supported by UNDP, the strategic partnership of Business Council for Sustainable Development Turkey, and the investment partnership of Startup Wise Guys. FOR DETAILED INFORMATION
imeceLAB; an open social innovation laboratory that collectively creates solutions to social, cultural and environmental challenges with young people. With a challenge selected from the Global Goals, we invite all young people in Turkey to be a part of the solution. Together with the designated main partner, we design each of the challenge processes through a multi-stakeholder structure and we include experts from many different disciplines into the process with our mentoring program. FOR DETAILED INFORMATION
Online series of events that we organize to explore where and how issues associated with the Global Goals evolve within social, ecological and economic processes, and what potential beginnings they hold within. For example, in webinars where we comprehensively discuss the change environment brought about by coronavirus; We discussed the impact of this crisis on society, companies, enterprises, education, climate crisis and social impact-oriented institutions. FOR DETAILED INFORMATION
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