Innovation Campaigns are designed leverage small public investments to identify and prototype innovative and scalable solutions to the SDA in focus.
Campaigns are open channels used to generate ideas within clearly defined SDAs. A financial sponsor supports the campaign and helps to define the objectives, timelines, milestones and parameters for solution evaluation. Each funded campaign has a manager that is responsible for seeing the campaign to completion within its defined parameters. Critical to the campaign process is engaging stakeholders of the respective community to contribute ideas and vet concepts amongst a diverse group of people. At the completion of each campaign, the sponsor will be presented with 3-5 proposed solutions within the SDA.
A financial sponsor supports an SDA and works with SEA to define the objectives, timelines, milestones and parameters for solution evaluation.
The SDA Campaign is broadcast throughout the respective community with accompanying parameters and supporting research.
Choosing the right crowd is crucial. It’s about finding the right stakeholders and connecting them around the SDA in focus.
After Innovation Campaign completion, each proposal is vetted with the community subset. 3-5 solutions are then proposed to the sponsor.
Cultural and Heritage Tourism represents an under-developed, under-resourced, and under-marketed segment of the Kenyan tourism sector. With 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 42 cultures and countless other heritage tourism products, Culture & Heritage tourism represents an SDA with outstanding socio-economic potential.
Proposed solutions are accepted throughout the life of the Innovation Campaign. If you have solution you would like to propose for a sponsored SDA we would like to hear from you.
Startup East Africa (SEA L3C) builds communities that scale the impact of innovative market-based solutions supporting Small & Growing Businesses (SGBs) by providing the infrastructure for identifying and acting on shared value opportunities.
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