Our inspiration

We love the following projects, they give us a lot of inspiration and will do our best to integrate with them

  1. The Venus Project – The Venus Project proposes an alternative vision of what the future can be if we apply what we already know in order to achieve a sustainable new world civilization. It calls for a straightforward redesign of our culture in which the age-old inadequacies of war, poverty, hunger, debt and unnecessary human suffering are viewed not only as avoidable, but as totally unacceptable. Anything less will result in a continuation of the same catalogue of problems inherent in today’s world. Today many people believe what is needed is a higher sense of ethical standards and the enactment of international laws to assure a sustainable global society.
  2. Gapminder – is an independent educational non-profit fighting global misconceptions. It’s founder Hans Rosling has very insightful talks on TED about statistics.
  3. Democracy OS – The largest open source effort in the world delivering a solution to online decision making.
  4. TED is a platform for ideas worth spreading. Started in 1984 as a conference where technology, entertainment and design converged, TED today shares ideas from a broad spectrum — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages. Meanwhile, independent TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world.
  5. Avaaz – is a global web movement to bring people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere.
  6. TransferWise – THE CLEVER NEW WAY TO BEAT BANK FEES – Banks charge hidden fees when you send money abroad. With TransferWise you save up to 90%. Problem solved, money saved.
  7. Kiva – It’s a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world. Learn more about how it works.
  8. Quora – Quora is a question-and-answer website where questions are asked, answered, edited and organized by its community of users.
  9. Surfaid – Non-profit humanitarian organisation whose aim is to improve the health, wellbeing and self-reliance of people living in isolated regions.
  10. Catchafire – is a community of individuals striving to push the social good sector forward by focusing on efficient and effective ways to give back. One way we do this is by matching professionals with nonprofits based on their skills, cause interest and time availability.
  11. Code for America – build open source technology and organize a network of people dedicated to making government services simple, effective, and easy to use.
  12. Khan Academy – You can learn anything. For free. For Everyone. Forever.
  13. Wikimedia Foundation – is a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and distribution of free, multilingual, educational content, and to providing the full content of these wiki-based projects to the public free of charge.
  14. Greenpeace – Greenpeace exists because this fragile earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action.
  15. Blockcypher – Build block chain applications easily
  16. SeeClickFix – Report neighborhood issues and see them get fixed.
  17. FixMyStreet – Report, view, or discuss local problems (https://www.mysociety.org/)
  18. Assembly – Turn ideas into great products with people around the world.
  19. Product Hunt – Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It’s a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.
  20. exClone – talking agents via “digital cloning” of human expertise
  21. Change.org – The world’s platform for change. Victories everyday
  22. Etherium – A platform for decentralized applications