Last year, EU-Startups posted an article with 4 recommendations to help you get into Maze X. In 2020, it shared four success stories of four Maze X alumni, why they were chosen and how the programme helped them boost their impact. We are resharing it here too. Vytal, a smart reusable packaging-as-a-service for takeaway Convenient […]
Confronted with COVID-19, my team and I had to move the accelerator to online ASAP. Here are some of the main lessons we’ve learned throughout the preparation process.
The first cohort of Maze X ended their acceleration experience at the Change NOW summit in Paris, a 3-day conference where the most promising impact entrepreneurs, investors, corporates and decision-makers meet. Maze X was hosted by its founding partner, the Edmond de Rothschild Foundations and was featured in an exhibition booth, two roundtables and pop-up events.
MAZE sat down with Sara Gonçalves, co-founder of Trigger Systems, to learn how it all came to be.
On week 11, the founders renewed their hope on entrepreneurship with a breakfast with the fearless impact entrepreneur Domingos Guimarães and sat down for a second round of meetings with investors. Adding on to that, the founders benefited from 1-to-1 meetings with Google Adwords expert Sebastian Bartling.
After diagnostic and goal-setting, in the second week of Maze X, founders invested their time in office hours with mentors and experts to sprint towards their weekly goals. Given the diversity of the cohort, the sessions were tailored around specific topics, such as product, comms, funding, tech and strategy.
Edmond de Rothschild Foundations and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Maze X founding members, celebrate their new partnership to strengthen and disrupt the impact ecosystem in Europe
AMPLIFICA selected the final cohort of 9 projects for its first edition. The 6-week pre-acceleration program focused on tech-based ideas focused on solving social and environmental problems was launched on March 8th