Co-creation platform on COVID-19 challenges

Dutch universities, national and regional government bodies, businesses and many other public and private partners join forces in the ResilientSociety platform.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen
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Co-creation for COVID-19 challenges

The Dutch universities, national and regional government bodies, businesses and many other public and private partners join forces in the ResilientSociety platform. In this open innovation platform, supply and demand on COVID-19 challenges are brought together and teams develop concrete products and services. It is a thriving community of professionals who create concrete solutions for the COVID-19 crisis. This platform aims to do this effectively without duplicating efforts and with the aim of making the greatest possible impact.

Contribution 4TU

The 4TU Federation strongly supports this initiative. Students from Health @ 4TU were approached to contribute to this platform. These students will assess the various challenges that are submitted. They will also bring partners together to form teams with the aim to accelerate the co-creation process.
For a first impression, see the challenges-page 

More about the platform

The COVID-19 ResilientSociety platform supports participants with professional online collaboration software and moderators to support effective collaborations while avoiding duplication of efforts. Anyone can join the COVID-19 crisis response by either offering expertise or submitting a challenge for potential solutions. Examples of focus areas are medical equipment, mobility & logistics, food supply and digital security. 

A team of experts will evaluate each submission and provide feedback on the next steps. Another option is to join the Resilient Society as a partner to offer your resources (knowledge, production facilities) and participate in co-creation sessions.

If we take action together, we can deliver the best solutions for the benefit of people. 

Also contribute?

Become a partner of the platform or send a message to the Resilience Society at resilience@worldstartup.com.

Follow the ResilienceSociety platform

Follow the Twitter channel
Follow the LinkedIn channel
Follow the Instagram account
Follow the Facebook account

Co-creation platform on COVID-19 challenges

Co-creation for COVID-19 challenges

The Dutch universities, national and regional government bodies, businesses and many other public and private partners join forces in the ResilientSociety platform. In this open innovation platform, supply and demand on COVID-19 challenges are brought together and teams develop concrete products and services. It is a thriving community of professionals who create concrete solutions for the COVID-19 crisis. This platform aims to do this effectively without duplicating efforts and with the aim of making the greatest possible impact.

Contribution 4TU

The 4TU Federation strongly supports this initiative. Students from Health @ 4TU were approached to contribute to this platform. These students will assess the various challenges that are submitted. They will also bring partners together to form teams with the aim to accelerate the co-creation process.
For a first impression, see the challenges-page 

More about the platform

The COVID-19 ResilientSociety platform supports participants with professional online collaboration software and moderators to support effective collaborations while avoiding duplication of efforts. Anyone can join the COVID-19 crisis response by either offering expertise or submitting a challenge for potential solutions. Examples of focus areas are medical equipment, mobility & logistics, food supply and digital security. 

A team of experts will evaluate each submission and provide feedback on the next steps. Another option is to join the Resilient Society as a partner to offer your resources (knowledge, production facilities) and participate in co-creation sessions.

If we take action together, we can deliver the best solutions for the benefit of people. 

Also contribute?

Become a partner of the platform or send a message to the Resilience Society at resilience@worldstartup.com.

Follow the ResilienceSociety platform

Follow the Twitter channel
Follow the LinkedIn channel
Follow the Instagram account
Follow the Facebook account