ResilientSociety is a coalition of universities, companies, governments and many other organisations. We bring people from around the world together so that they can effectively combine their creativity, expertise, resources, entrepreneurial spirit and insights to develop new ideas, understandings, products and services.
Join us today to cocreate creative solutions in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
We bring together more than 400 professionals from 150 organisations. This network offers a wide variety of skills, knowledge, resources and experiences. The community grows with every new project on the platform.
Once you join the community you can propose projects that you want to work on with the other partners on the platform. You can easily share your ideas and team up for creative solutions. Experienced moderators can help you with effective collaboration with proven online tools and methodologies.
The partners of the coalition support each other to get solutions implemented. With all kinds of resources like funding, skills and network introductions. Together we create a positive impact.
“For one of the most challenging events in decades we need an abundance of creative solutions to recover our societies.”
As a result of the pandemic large surpluses in freshly produced fruit and vegetables were expected. On the other hand, Food Banks saw a growth in demand.
The Province of South Holland was looking for ways to redistribute the surplus to the Food Banks.
ResilientSociety helped out by organising a Challenge Definition sprint. Together with experts and stakeholders, we validated the assumptions and redefined the challenge.
The next step will be that the province uses the newly defined challenge as input for their Startup in Residence programme.
With all sports events being cancelled, The Hague’s professional soccer club ADO Den Haag faced the challenge of keeping their fans and sponsors engaged and ensuring the main revenue streams. ResilientSociety organised an Ideation Sprint where over 20 creative minds worked on generating, validating and improving ideas for solutions. By the end of the day the best ideas were pitched to a broader audience.
As a follow up of the Ideation Sprint, the soccer organisation and other stakeholders are organising a Lab in the summer of 2020, where startups, student teams and tech companies work on AI powered and data driven solutions for remote fan engagement.
As the COVID-19 pandemic just started to rise in cases in Guatemala a team of TU Delft students in the Netherlands started a solidarity campaign named Respira Guatemala (www.respira-Guatemala.com). Working closely together with the team that developed the open source invasive ventilator in Project Inspiration and the Project Mask team that developed a face mask cleaning method, they are preparing for the implementation of local production of equipment in Guatemala with one of the country's major hospitals.
ResilientSocitey offered them access to marketing and fundraising experts and assistance with their strategy.
A curated list of events related to the corona fighting effort. Organising an event and want to see it on this list? Contact us here!
The international events industry is facing challenges it has never before experienced. We are witnessing the effect of the pandemic on the industry across all areas, from congresses being cancelled or going virtual, to future prospects toppled by the domino effect that follows…