Meet the 2019 Accelerate2030 Finalist Ventures

This year more than 1,000 ventures applied to Accelerate2030 across 16 countries and 4 continents. Our programme continued in the national phase, which assisted 150+ ventures  in a scale-ready programme in their respective countries, run by the local Impact Hubs. In early September 2019, our panel of esteemed jury members from organisations including World Health Organisation, UNAIDS, and other valued Accelerate2030 partners helped to select 10 ventures who will join us in Geneva in October to launch the global phase of the programme.

We invite you to learn more about these incredible ventures by clicking their profiles below!

Mexico

Unima is a biotechnology company developing fast and low cost diagnostics and disease surveillance systems. The company’s goal is to solve the problem of lack of access to timely diagnostics for 3 billion people living in the developing world and in low resource settings in developed countries.

Brazil

Portal Telemedicina is a Brazilian healthtech company that aims to mitigate the uneven distribution of specialist doctors and the resulting lack of access to these professionals. The company provides a telediagnostic platform that integrates with medical devices, automatically transferring data across devices as well as RIS and PACs systems, and allows doctors to provide fast, low-cost, and online diagnostics. 

Venezuela

AgroCognitive is an affordable and smart precision farming platform for every farm size and food industry. It is powered by an artificial intelligence (AI), visual recognition engine, analytics models, blockchain, and compatible with IoT management devices. Our goal is to make agriculture sustainable again and help farmers increase food production, earn more money and reduce environmental impact.

 

Turkey

Biolive produces completely natural bioplastic granules that stem from olive seeds in order to overcome the problems and fulfil the deficiencies in bio/plastic market. The solution is cost-efficient, biodegradable and non-carcinogenic by using olive seeds to produce plastic granules. Biolive granules are biodegradable, compostable, recyclable, transparent and 90% more cost effective than existing bioplastics because through utilizing waste from olive oil companies. 

Serbia

Ekofungi is a mid-sized organic mushroom producer using an innovative circular mushroom-production model that harnesses local cellulose-based wastes (in a 30 km radius), creating mushroom substrate, cultivating mushrooms using unique energy-efficient innovations. The residues of the substrate is composted after mushroom growth and made for farmers to fertilise their soil. 

Nigeria

Impact Water Nigeria (IW) – formally registered as Global Impact H20 Innovations Ltd. – is a social enterprise dedicated to scaling safe drinking water solutions in Nigeria. IW targets SDG pillar institutions such as schools (esp SDG 6,3 and 4) and, soon, health facilities as well.

Philippines

InvestEd gives education loans to college students declared unloanable by the financial system. Our proprietary credit scoring algorithm does what banks cannot–to predict an unbanked student‚ probability of repayment by measuring graduation, employment and behavioral risks. The success of our algorithm has also enabled the public to invest their money in our student loan program. By 2023, we aim to be the world’s top education bank for the poor.

Indonesia

Sampangan is a waste to carbon tech company which sustainably processes and decomposes any kinds of solid waste (organic, inorganic, electronic, toxic, dry or humid) and converts them into organic outputs such as carbon, steam and others. Sampangan utilizes carbonisation technology, invented by Dr Ishenny, our Chief Scientist. Through this process we turn waste into carbon using heat transfer process, and neutralize the smoke using hydrocyclone process.

Brazil

SoluBio’s mission is to eliminate the usage of chemicals in agriculture through a technology that enables farmers to produce their own biofungicide, biopesticide among other products. This not only provides positive impacts to the environment and soils, but also reduces costs for farmers.  

COSTA RICA

Costa Rica Insect Company (CRIC) creates sustainable insect-based solutions, as well as provides high quality and healthy nutrition solutions for malnutrition. In addition CRIC seeks to use of insects to develop biochemical components for unsustainable industries such as plastics, pharmaceuticals, technology or even packaging.

Investors and Partners

We invite you to join us in Geneva, Switzerland to learn about this venture and the other ten 2019 Accelerate2030 global finalists. Please contact us to learn how you can engage with us.

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