A lot of them reacted with an immediate, creative solution to the current situation.
The spring of 2020 is mostly about change, adaptation and cohesion. Our alumni startups are also actively involved in this process. We are proud to report that many of our former teams from the Mentoring Program have responded quickly to the current situation and are providing assistance to those in need in the crisis. Here are the answers of our alumni teams to the challenges!
Banding app basically helps bands perform, but now they support the mutual online artwork of musicians from different parts of the world. They have also teamed up with our alumni team, Photon, to organize special, private concerts, to provide an interactive community experience. From the purchase of the service they support musicians and creators of the project, but one percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Hungarian Red Cross.
Under the Coronavirus Ordinance, if citizens over the age of 70 decide to remain at home and inform the local government, it is the responsibility of the municipality to provide for them. Route4U, our alumni startup known for its barrier-free navigation application (founder Péter Bodó in the picture) has developed an application that facilitates the coordination of home care for local governments.
Happy at Work, a startup that creates a more sustainable work environment, allows you to easily and effectively measure the overall well-being and stress level of your employees – and thus the entire organization – now helps dealing with home office and remote working with useful tips.
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