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Cleverciti Systems part of Unreasonable Impact to tackle Global Issues and Jobs
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Cleverciti Systems part of Unreasonable Impact to tackle Global Issues and Jobs

Cleverciti Systems part of Unreasonable Impact to tackle Global Issues and Jobs

After a rigorous selection process involving hundreds of world-class companies from across the UK and Europe, Cleverciti Systems has been chosen to join 10 other growth-stage ventures in the 2018 Unreasonable Impact UK and Europe programme.

Through 5 December 2018, these entrepreneurs on a mission to generate thousands of future jobs in the emerging green economy will learn how to scale their companies faster at the third annual Unreasonable Impact UK and Europe programme. Unreasonable Impact is an innovative multi-year partnership between Barclays and Unreasonable Group to launch the world’s first international network of accelerators focused on scaling up entrepreneurial solutions that will help employ thousands worldwide while solving some of our most pressing societal challenges.

“We are excited to be a part of this year’s Unreasonable Impact programme alongside so many other innovative companies who are making a positive impact in communities across the globe,” said Thomas Hohenacker, CEO, Cleverciti Systems. “Our smart parking solutions are already having an impact in cities that needed to better manage their traffic and reduce emissions.”

Cleverciti Systems designs and provides intelligent and highly efficient solutions for outdoor and on-street parking detection, monitoring and guidance. As a leader in intelligent parking solutions, Cleverciti helps cities and organizations reduce traffic and emissions, as well as increase revenue while allowing drivers to enjoy a smooth, stress-free parking experience. Powered by the IoT, Cleverciti’s clever parking sensors harness the power of AI and machine learning to help organizations make informed decisions about their parking assets. The Cleverciti solution includes sensors that are installed in lampposts rather than in-ground, streamlining installation by using existing infrastructure and maximizing results.

Each programme is an immersive two-week gathering designed to support growth-stage ventures with bespoke advice and guidance from a global community of mentors and industry specialists, including experts from across Barclays. The companies have each been selected to participate based on their potential to create at least 500 jobs in the green economy within the next five years.

During the two-week intensive program, Cleverciti will receive mentorship and advice from business experts and serial entrepreneurs, including Tom Chi, former head of experience at Google X; Rt. Hon. Sir Stephen O’Brien KBE, a businessman, politician, diplomat, industrialist and lawyer who recently served as United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator; in addition to several senior leaders from across Barclays. The program will take place just outside of London and include an exhibition event in London where Cleverciti will showcase their innovation.

Daniel Epstein, founder and CEO of Unreasonable Group, said, “We’re incredibly excited to bring this new group of ground-breaking ventures into the Unreasonable Impact global community and support them on their journey of delivering high-impact, rapidly scaling solutions to problems the world previously thought were impossible to solve. These companies truly represent the future titans of industry.”

Alisdair Gayne, Head of UK Investment Banking, Barclays, says, “Barclays wants to create jobs in sectors that are important to the global economy and benefit society as a whole. This is our third year, and we are excited about the next stage of the programme and helping these new ventures to grow.”

After two full years of programmes, Unreasonable Impact’s community of over 70 ventures currently impacts over 105 million people, operates in over 180 countries, supports nearly 20,000 jobs and has raised a combined USD $1.3m in total financing to date. As the third year of programmes continues, Cleverciti will join this notable global network in its shared effort to create thousands of jobs on the frontier of the green economy.

For more information, visit unreasonableimpact.com.

The participating companies include:

  • Abundance Investment: Developing a leading direct investment platform that makes it possible for everyone to invest in things they care about and earn an attractive return.
  • Cleverciti Systems: Developing comprehensive, high-tech solutions for on-street and open-air parking detection, monitoring and guidance to reduce search traffic and CO2 emissions.
  • Econic Technologies: Creating new value from waste CO2 for the plastics industry, building a future where greenhouse gas can be transformed for commercial and environmental gain.
  • Entocycle: Fundamentally changing the way we feed the planet through sustainable insect farming.
  • Globechain: Creating the world’s largest reuse marketplace that connects corporates to charities and people to redistribute unwanted items.
  • HISBE: Creating a different and more sustainable kind of supermarket by putting customers, suppliers and employees first.
  • Iceotope: Delivering innovative liquid cooling technology for data center and edge computing, saving the IT industry energy, space, and money.
  • Lumos Global: Enabling a market of 1.3 billion people to replace hazardous and expensive kerosene generators and lanterns with modern, clean, affordable solar electricity.
  • OLIO: Tackling the problem of food waste by connecting users with unwanted food to neighbours nearby who want it, with over 600,000 users to date.
  • SaltX Technology: Working to become the “Intel inside” of energy storage, using salt to enable the transformation toward 100% renewable energy.
  • The Waste Transformers: Revolutionising the way our planet deals with organic waste through on-site decentralised energy and nutrient hubs for hotels, harbours, shopping malls, and more.
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