Building relationships

EIT Urban Mobility and the Sustainable City Logistics accelerator

June 5, 2023
2 minutes
Ferenc Boroczky
Founder and CEO of anet360

In our vibrant and ambitious journey, we have been fortunate to participate in various accelerator programs that have fueled our growth and innovation. From the Startport Accelerator Program in Duisburg to the Port City Innovation Hub in Liverpool, we have embraced opportunities to learn, collaborate, and push boundaries.

Today, we are thrilled to share our latest milestone: anet360 has been selected for the prestigious EIT Sustainable Logistics Accelerator Program. This achievement propels us forward in our mission to revolutionize urban logistics and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Remembering the excitement of being selected for the Startport Accelerator Program in Duisburg, we fondly recall the fun event where we met fellow entrepreneurs and startup founders. It was not only a great experience but also a valuable opportunity to learn from others and even discover a potential twin brother (just kidding!). These experiences have prepared us for the EIT Sustainable Logistics Accelerator Program, coinciding with the launch of our eye-tracking data-based workspace, anet.one, and new projects in Vienna, Austria, Friedrichsthal, Germany and Northern Ireland.

This program, focusing on sustainable urban mobility and critical challenges like congestion and pollution, offers a collaborative platform for start-ups, SMEs, and corporations to develop innovative solutions and reshape urban logistics through technology and sustainable practices.

As part of the EIT Sustainable Logistics Accelerator Program, we anticipate a wealth of opportunities and fruitful partnerships, including our collaboration with Matchbird. This program grants us access to invaluable mentorship, training, and networking resources to propel our company's growth and scale our innovative solutions. Collaborating with start-ups and industry players provides a diverse range of expertise and perspectives. Together, we can drive meaningful change, push innovation boundaries, and create sustainable urban logistics ecosystems benefiting businesses and communities alike.

Being chosen for the EIT Sustainable Logistics Accelerator Program marks an important milestone for anet360. As a bootstrapped company that has built cutting-edge technology solutions, this recognition validates our hard work and dedication.

It reinforces our commitment to revolutionize urban logistics and make a positive environmental impact. Through the program, we will refine and scale our solutions, driving transformative change in how goods and services are transported within cities.

We extend heartfelt gratitude to the organizers and judges of the EIT Sustainable Logistics Accelerator Program for granting us this incredible opportunity. Their belief in our vision and support in our growth journey are invaluable. We also express appreciation to our dedicated team, whose hard work and innovative thinking brought us to this milestone. Together, we are prepared to embrace challenges, disrupt the status quo, and build a sustainable future for urban logistics.

Joining the EIT Sustainable Logistics Accelerator Program propels anet360 into an exciting phase of growth and innovation. Collaborating with industry partners and harnessing cutting-edge technologies, we aim to drive positive change in urban logistics. Through this program, we accelerate our journey towards a more sustainable, efficient, and environmentally friendly urban logistics ecosystem. With gratitude and enthusiasm, we embark on this new chapter, ready to leave a lasting impact on cities and communities worldwide.

“EIT Urban Mobility is supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union”
https://www.eiturbanmobility.eu/projects/sustainable-city-logistics-accelerator-2/

Subscribe to anet360 Insights

Get industry insights that you won't delete, straight in your inbox.
We use contact information you provide to us to contact you about our relevant content, products, and services. You may unsubscribe from these communications at any time. For information, check out our Privacy Policy.
Ferenc Boroczky
Founder and CEO of anet360
With more than 15 years in design and technology focused on people, I've dedicated myself to growing a business that makes a real difference. I'm the Founder and CEO of Another Set of Eyes (anet), a company my wife and I built from scratch. We've come a long way without financial backing from investors, proving our resilience and innovation and developing a high-quality, yet user-friendly software solution. Our mission is to change how organizations gather and use important information, share insights, and train their teams.

More news

Better workspaces

Advancing Industrial Training: The Open CPD Framework for Skilled Workforce Development

For industrial companies aiming to revitalise and add value to their training programmes, the Open CPD platform presents an attractive proposition. Embracing a model that emphasises clear objectives, auditable credentials, and an efficient process, these organisations can uplift the status of their skilled workforce training initiatives.

Read Article
Sharing knowledge

Orchestrating distinction in branding: A Journey with The Engine Room design agency

In the world of branding, striking the right chord with your audience can feel like navigating a labyrinth. Think back to Steve Jobs in 1997, during Apple's 'Think Different' campaign. He profoundly noted, “Marketing is about values... it's about being very clear about what we want them to know about us.”

Read Article
Press release

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council Embraces Innovative Virtual Reality Driver Training Programme

We at anet360 are proud to announce our groundbreaking collaboration with Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council: the launch of the 'Innovative Virtual Reality Driver Training Programme.' This initiative sets a new standard in driving skills enhancement and accident reduction.

Read Article