From the first edition:

30

Participaiting projects

15

Finalist projects

8

Financed projects

380 K€

Investment in loans

We are looking for social enterprises, start-ups or non-profit entities that have:

  • Focus on sustainable food or citizen art.
  • A potentially profitable or self-sustaining business model.
  • Willingness to generate a social and/or environmental impact – fully integrated into the vision, governance and management of the project – to contribute to a more generalized social transformation.
  • A project in operation and with first metrics.
  • Based in Spain and that act at least in part in said territory.

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Program stages

Phase 0

From February 28th to April 28th, 2024

The evaluation of applications will be carried out continuously on a first-come, first-served basis, so…don’t leave it until the last minute because there are only 16 places!

To receive more information about the informative webinars and the rules of the call, please leave your contact information in the form.

The informative webinars are scheduled for on March 14th and April 4th. During these webinars, you will learn all about the accompaniment program, including its time commitment, content, and the €220,000 Impact investment fund. Additionally, you will hear from alumni projects about their experiences in the Tiina program.

 

 

 

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Phase 1

From May 21st to July 31st, 2024

The Ship2B team will carry out an initial diagnosis of the projects on impact, business model and team in order to detect support needs.

During the week of june 10, 2024, the selected projects will participate in an Impact Business Bootcamp, where:
– They will specify and improve their value propositions.
– They will receive training and mentoring on key topics such as impact measurement, business model, investment readiness, leadership and communication.

In addition, they will have access to the Ship2B Foundation MOOC on Social Innovation, as well as specific webinars on impact measurement and business models, among others.

Finally, the Ship2B Foundation team will carry out a closing diagnosis of this phase – evaluating the improvements of the project on impact, business model, leadership, the feasibility to access the fund (€220,000 Impact investment fund) as well as the additionality of the program on your project – and up to 8 projects will be selected for the next phase.

 

 

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Phase 2

From September 2nd, 2024, to February 28th, 2025

The 8 projects selected in phase 2 will participate in the intensive acceleration program, where the projects will receive personalized support that will include – according to the needs of each project – support in the design of a strategy that maximizes the social impact, the business strategy as well as human resources. This process will culminate in the validation by the Ship2B Foundation of its social impact and investment readiness to access a soft loan. The Tiina program counts with a €220,000 fund, with a maximum allocation of €75,000 and a minimum of €25,000 per project to be distributed via soft loans to eligible projects. The Ship2B Foundation team will also provide ongoing monitoring and support from the moment the financing is granted.

 

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Call

Phase 0

From February 28th to April 28th, 2024

The evaluation of applications will be carried out continuously on a first-come, first-served basis, so…don’t leave it until the last minute because there are only 16 places!

To receive more information about the informative webinars and the rules of the call, please leave your contact information in the form.

The informative webinars are scheduled for on March 14th and April 4th. During these webinars, you will learn all about the accompaniment program, including its time commitment, content, and the €220,000 Impact investment fund. Additionally, you will hear from alumni projects about their experiences in the Tiina program.

 

 

 

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Impact Business Bootcamp

Phase 1

From May 21st to July 31st, 2024

The Ship2B team will carry out an initial diagnosis of the projects on impact, business model and team in order to detect support needs.

During the week of june 10, 2024, the selected projects will participate in an Impact Business Bootcamp, where:
– They will specify and improve their value propositions.
– They will receive training and mentoring on key topics such as impact measurement, business model, investment readiness, leadership and communication.

In addition, they will have access to the Ship2B Foundation MOOC on Social Innovation, as well as specific webinars on impact measurement and business models, among others.

Finally, the Ship2B Foundation team will carry out a closing diagnosis of this phase – evaluating the improvements of the project on impact, business model, leadership, the feasibility to access the fund (€220,000 Impact investment fund) as well as the additionality of the program on your project – and up to 8 projects will be selected for the next phase.

 

 

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Personalized Support

Phase 2

From September 2nd, 2024, to February 28th, 2025

The 8 projects selected in phase 2 will participate in the intensive acceleration program, where the projects will receive personalized support that will include – according to the needs of each project – support in the design of a strategy that maximizes the social impact, the business strategy as well as human resources. This process will culminate in the validation by the Ship2B Foundation of its social impact and investment readiness to access a soft loan. The Tiina program counts with a €220,000 fund, with a maximum allocation of €75,000 and a minimum of €25,000 per project to be distributed via soft loans to eligible projects. The Ship2B Foundation team will also provide ongoing monitoring and support from the moment the financing is granted.

 

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Financial projects

Nani Moré
In 2022 we had a challenge, to promote our first business project, we had access to mentoring programs, but these did not respond to our needs until Tiina arrived. A program with high-level mentors that has allowed us to validate our business model, generate impact indicators and expand the network of alliances, without a doubt a unique opportunity for sustainable food projects.

Nani Moré

Colectiva

Helena Fernández
The Tiina program has provided us with the accompaniment, training and boost that we needed as a team. It has allowed us to clearly focus on the impact objectives of our organization, develop a much more solid growth strategy under these premises, and also feel part of a community of social entrepreneurs in the world of culture.

Helena Fernández

Aulafilm

Deborah Gold
For the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation, it is essential to complete its philanthropic approach to ecosystems by supporting projects that, based on purpose and impact, can be articulated via clear business models. It allows you to think strategically and in the long term, multiplying the potential and impact. The first edition of Tiina has been a journey full of learning and growth, with fellow travelers who make this world a more just, inclusive and sustainable world.

Deborah Gold

Consultora de la F. Daniel y Nina Carasso

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