Cases from all the 2018 CBS Grant finalists, as well as the four winners.
Mimer is a business writing job applications and resumés for people, and quality content for businesses, using a network of pre-approved and specialized writers. We use a network of pre-approved and specialized writers that are using the technique we’ve developed to reach a success rate of 88% with our applications.
We will use the grant money to help even more people. We believe that the job application shouldn’t be an obstacle for people who are talented, but not necessarily talented at writing. More specifically this means that we will spend our money building a stronger brand, hiring more quality writers and further developing our platform.
We’re Blue Lobster, and we are creating an app that will allow consumers to buy fish directly from fishermen as soon as they arrive at the dock.
We have spent the past half year speaking to fishermen, potential customers and industry experts to make sure that we are tailoring the app to their actual real-life needs. Based on this, we’ve designed a prototype.
Haircuts. Almost everyone needs them. But if you work at an office, you can’t always get them. And when you can, it’s often inconvenient, stressful and three weeks overdue. The solution? Get your haircut at the office.
We want to use the grant to give our bootstrapped design a professional and reliable look that we have found customers are looking for, because getting a haircut is about trust. Moreover, we want to optimize the experience and the user experience that we as of now bootstrapped as well. We need this for the customer to be confident in telling other people at the office about the concept or dare telling the HR-manager about hairpal in the first place.
Let Leg offers a range of products, which can vastly minimize the teachers’ preparation time for initiating new and exciting physical activities in their daily lessons.
We have two different products with two individual purposes. The first product is a collection of physical activities, which is developed with the purpose to improve the pupils’ softer skills, such as their motor skills, senses, and ability to communicate and cooperate. The second product is also a collection of physical activities, but these have been developed with the purpose to support a particular subject’s specific learning targets and to improve the pupils’ harder skills within a given subject, such as learning English grammar or solving mathematical calculations while engaging in a physical activity. At the moment we cover the subjects Danish, English, German, Math and Nature and Technology – the ambition is to cover all subjects.
Six cases from CSE