EUROPEAN & STARTUP PROJECTS
i-Days is a ‘first step’ approach to healthcare innovation, with this intense event designed to inspire and act as a signpost for participants into future careers in Healthcare. This event created a new critical mass of HSE staff to begin their journey into this rapidly evolving area. A European Commission-funded project.
An intensive 2-day training program created by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. This transformational workshop is designed to inspire participants to become change-makers. We introduced participants to the entrepreneurial mindset and provided hands-on training in high-impact entrepreneurship. Participants developed their creative capacity, entrepreneurial confidence, and acquired the skills to build scalable ventures that solve real problems. This class was open to all Accelerator start-ups, as well as alumni and EIT Climate-KIC partners.
We took 144 Singaporean physiotherapy learners through a Creative and Design Thinking Week. We introduced methods used to solve complex problems and find desirable solutions in their unique field. Drawing upon learneres' logic, imagination, intuition, and systemic reasoning, we explored possibilities of what could be and created desired outcomes that benefit the end-user. Along with being user-centric, this was solution-focused and action-oriented and finished with learners pitching their new solutions.
Over a week, we introduced PhD learners to a range of tools and techniques to discover and develop their innovation potential within their own field of research. We explored problems from these alternative perspectives, how they might impact their own discipline,
IMPACT & INCLUSION PROJECTS
It is clear that including people with diverse life experiences, including people with disabilities, is proving to be good for problem-solving. We can help you create solutions to unique business challenges. You can read about co-founder David's experience with empathy in technology projects to create inclusive environments on Forbes.
Embracing the maker mindset is at the core of Sapien Innovation. Co-founder Colin, one of Forbes 30U30, has worked on projects which have brought prototypes to reality, including 3D-printed prosthetics. By placing people at the core of solutions, we can support you and your team to create, innovate and solve challenges.