It might not seem like it, but it’s already been 6 months since the CrisisTech start-up programme was officially launched in the Google offices in Brussels.

Can you remind me what CrisisTech is all about?

Sure thing: the first programme of its nature, CrisisTech is a virtual collaborative initiative that brings together international experts with start-ups whose vision and ideas promise to transform public safety and contribute to saving the lives of people everywhere.

With technologies ranging from emergency apps to wearables, and from drones to telemedicine, the first wave of the CrisisTech start-ups has it all.

 

Meet the CrisisTech mentors

CrisisTech start-ups have access to valuable expertise. But, perhaps more importantly, they are matched with an international network of mentors steering the wheel and guiding them through this adventure. From industry leaders to successful start-ups, and from public authorities to researchers, the mentors are an indispensable tool for the success of the CrisisTech start-ups.

During the launch of CrisisTech, and following speed-dating meetings between start-ups and mentors, each start-up was matched with 4 mentors, 2 primary ones and 2 secondary ones. The mentors share their expertise on technology, business development and market know-how, giving start-ups the tools they need to succeed.

So who are the mentors nurturing the next generation of public safety start-ups?

 

 

 

 

EENA would like to thank all of our fantastic mentors; we wouldn’t be able to do it without you!

More about EENA.