Are you ready to solve some of the world’s biggest problems? Do you have a solution that improves society socially, technologically or economically?
Today, startups around the world are racing to create solutions that impact how people deliver aid and how accessible aid is. From using artificial intelligence to provide humanitarian aid to leveraging VR to help veterans recover from PTSD to creating services that accommodate micro-volunteering, these solutions are undoubtedly making the world a better place. If you have an idea, bring it to the attention of the people.
This is a chance to network with other people who are passionate about solving real world problems. Over the weekend, you'll get the opportunity to learn, ideate and create your solutions, with the guidance of mentors and industry experts.
To all the coders, activists, innovators and change-makers, we’re looking for you. Makers: Aid is the next instalment of our innovation and incubation programs focused on empowering people to make the change they want to see.
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What: Makers: Aid
When: Friday 14th December 6pm - Sunday 16th December 5pm (incl. Public Pitch Night)
Where: No Moss Co, Level 2, 2 - 12 Foveaux St Surry Hills
Makers: Aid Pitch Night
Come for a night of fun and innovative thinking as our teams present the ideas they've been working on over the intense 48-hour weekend.
What: Makers: Aid Pitch Night
Where: 2-12 Foveaux St, Surry Hills
When: Sunday 16th December 2:30pm - 5pm
Tickets are free!
What is Makers?
Makers is the innovation branch of No Moss. We organise events focused on designing and prototyping products targeted at real world issues.
If you're passionate about making new things and meeting new people, we'd love to have you! No technical or design experience required. Sign up to our mailing list to be notified of our next event…coming soon in November.
an ongoing experiment in innovation patterns.
Need a fresh take on your hackathon, innovation program or incubator? Work with us to access a community of people who have been able to take five products to market for every fourteen days of prototyping. Makers is a community-guildhouse-meets-incubator with a focus on learning through creating: think startup accelerator program punctuated with prototyping events every six weeks.