Wa are focusing on Nordic,  start ups working with SDG 12 !

Should the global population reach 9.6 billion by 2050, the equivalent of almost three planets could be required to provide the natural resources needed to sustain current lifestyles.

For this very reason, we decided to design a program that will support Nordic start ups adressing the most pressing issues of  current consumption and production patterns!

Move the world
forward

It’s happening. We help impact startups strengthen their business models, innovate faster, understand their target-market and get sh*t done.

What is
+impact accelerator

Danske Bank, Katapult and SingularityU Nordic partnered up to contribute to UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Our mission is to support impact startups, and bridge the development gap by scaling their solutions.  We are on a constant look out  for entrepreneurs to join us on the journey for impact at scale!

Currently accelerating second batch

Blue Lobster connect fishermen and fishmongers with local fish consumers, by allowing fish consumers to see where and what fresh fish is available.

Comeat is new concept within the experience economy, targeting people with a passion for traveling, eating good food and meeting new people from around the world.

Eachthing is a digital home for all things, that helps conscious consumers chose products that match their needs and values.

Lupinta is a new innovative, sustainable alternative for soy products. They stand for eating tasty, healthy & environmentally friendly food, and want to decrease soy importation from outside the EU.

Urbankiddo is a new platform and application that enables parents to access free kidswear from local wardrobes.

Working out never felt this good. Planet Nusa makes sustainable, recycled, organic, EU produced active wear.

Råhandel create better conditions for small scale food producers by making it easy to trade directly with restaurants and shops

Synbiotic Kitchen is a functional foods generator providing personalized and sustainable foods.

TotalCtrl gives businesses expiration date based tech solutions to help decrease food waste in their business and in their customers’ homes.

Wholi is working to create a sustainable and globally responsible food culture through delicious and healthy foods with bugs.

Alumni Startups

An amazing, first batch has already graduated from the program. Check them out!

Everfells promotes responsible travel through their online platform for discovering, booking, and hosting the best sustainable nature experiences on the planet.

To help the over 300 million children globally who never get to learn basic skills in math, reading and writing, Checheza aims to combat this by providing a locally relevant and effective digital complement to school in the form of game-based digital literacy and math training.

With renowned pediatrician and Professor at Karolinska University Hospital, Claude Marcus, on their team, Provement is developing a B2B-solution to help doctors and parents better combat childhood obesity.

Memorix is super charging your learning and brings the powers of co-creation and collective intelligence into EdTech. They transport learners into a 3D world which they can equip with learning into material and create a memory places.

Drowzee uses the latest research from NTNU on neurofeedback in their B2C-solution aimed at reliving people of insomnia.

New Movements creates comfortable sneakers made with recycled materials, while in the process, cleaning the ocean form plastic waste with each pair you buy.

SignLab is creating an internationally adaptable learning platform for teaching sign language to communities, siblings, and parents to the millions of deaf children in the world.

With their motto “Save money, save the planet”, Useless is creating an impact investing platform, engaging people to use less and invest what they save.

Lulu Lab develops educational games on taboo topics to make it easier to speak out loud about even the difficult things.

Who are we looking for

Are you an entrepreneur who believes in making systemic change through the power of business? Great, then you are meeting the base criteria for this program. We do, however have a couple of more points for you to meet:

We are looking for early stage start-ups. Pre- seed or during first seed capital stages

Your solution needs to be addressing  SDG no.12- Responsible Consumption and Production

Your company has at least two cofounders

Your company is located in at least one of the following countries: Denmark, Finland, Norway or Sweden

Your business model has potential to scale (preferably structured around tech)

Joining +impact accelerator is a commitment so we will need you to show up for weekly check-ins, lectures and mentor sessions.

Why you should apply

  1. You will be lead through a program co-designed by experts from Katapult’s and SingularityU Nordic’s networks.
  2. We know the struggles of being a young enterprise, so we will provide your start-up with a grant of 25,000 DKK to cover your accommodation expenses during the program.
  3. You will work from SingularityU Nordic’s co-working space, that will help you build the network of likeminded people!
  4. Throughout the program, you will get access to excellent mentors that will help you crack the toughest business challenges.
  5. Association with a strong brands such as Danske Bank, Katapult, and SingularityU Nordic.

Timeline and deadlines

  • Application Deadline

    April 8th

  • Selection Annoucement

    April 15th

  • Relocation to Copenhagen

    April 15th May 1st

  • Launch Night

    May 2nd

  • Demo Day

    June 25th

Wait no more!

Get in touch !

Talk to us

Sign up for a detailed webinar where we reveal more details. We will host 3 webinars during the application period.

+impact accelerator powered by
 Katapult, SingularityU Nordic and Danske Bank

FAQ

How many of us needs to be present during the program?

As many as possible, however we completely understand the busy schedule of a dedicated entrepreneur. Therefore, the expectation is that at least one person per team physically show up for the check-in and lectures that will take place in Copenhagen. We make reasonable exception (f.ex closing a deal with a customer, client, sponsor or other important leads).

How many hours per week is required to follow the program? (i.e show up for lectures, assignments, check-in’s,etc)

About 15-20 hours.
Note: Almost all of these hours will be spend working on your start-up, sharing your challenges and learning from people who will be a valuable addition to your network.

Are participants expected to share specifics about their business, idea or concept?

Yes. Sharing is caring, especially in the impact space! If you’re not ready to share, this program is not for you.

Is there a trial period for both parties to evaluate a good fit?

Yes. Within the first month, if either party concludes it’s a bad fit, the contract is terminated.

Anything else?

Notes. Remember to take notes. You will be bombarded with valuable insights, knowledge, tips, advice and tangible tactics. If you’re not taking notes, you are not the start-up we’re looking for.