Global Impact Grid (GIG) is an advisory network within the Sustainability and Impact realm, based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We are focused on helping innovative solutions grow and scale within Europe and beyond.
GIG IS FOR YOU IF…
- You are at the scaling stage of your business life cycle
- You want to test your value proposition in a specific market
- You are looking to recruit leadership or staff in a specific market
- You are looking for strategic partnerships in a specific market
- You are thinking of offshoring or near-shoring
- You need investors to kick-start and/or scale your concept and business
- You need to develop and localize your visual and/or verbal message
- You have exceptional expertise and are interested in sharing and expending your knowledge
THE GIG MISSION
Global#Impact#Grid is a nonemployer firm, connecting culturally influential professionals into an adhocracy dedicated to creating a positive impact by scaling innovative products and solutions.
Our customers range from medium-sized to larger organisations that realize the importance of tackling international expansion and operation from a professional angle. Current focus is on global strategies and scaling of successful startups from and to Europe.
ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL PARTNERS
ANALYSIS OF MARKET RESPONSE
ANALYSIS OF REGULATION
MARKET ENTRY STRATEGY
BUSINESS MODEL CANVASING
GLOBAL EXPANSION PLAN
STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
OFF-SHORING & NEAR-SHORING
STRATEGIC INVESTOR ANALYSIS
VENTURE FINANCE OPTIONS
INVESTOR SOURCING & COORDINATION
PUBLIC FUND ACCESS
EXIT STRATEGY FORMULATION
PROJECT BASED EMPLOYMENT PLAN
PRESS & PR
TRANSLATION & LOCALIZATION
INTERNATIONAL AD PLACEMENT
Social Innovation and Inclusion of Sustainable Development Goals was a transnational project funded by the EU – Erasmus+ Program and coordinated by the Croatian Institute for CSR – IDOP (Croatia) between 2017 – 2019.
The project’s main objective was to achieve greater awareness and knowledge of adults, companies and decision-makers when it comes to the measurement and the implementation of social SDGs to business strategies (More on the Project).
Harmonization and Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility EU Directives was a transnational project funded by the EU – Erasmus+ Program and coordinated by RRiF (Croatia) between 2016 – 2018.
The project’s main objective was to contribute to the realization of the strategy Europe 2020 by equal involvement of European universities, consulting companies, CSR organizations and decision-makers from different countries for the purpose of creating sustainable, stable and inclusive economic growth (More on the Project).
Enabling Sustainable Growth and Transformation of SMEs with a Focus on Work-Based Learning is an ongoing transnational project that has started in 2019 and been funded by the EU – Erasmus+ Program. The project is coordinated by GIG (Germany) and shall be completed by the last quarter of 2021.
The project’s main objective is to support SME educators and increase their capacities in 4 topic areas crucial for SMEs today: Digitalization, Internationalization, Financial Access and Incorporation of Positive Impact Values (More on the Project).
Social Sciences and Humanities in intersectoral Outreach for better education and sustainable solutions is an ongoing transnational project that has started in 2019 and been funded by the EU – Erasmus+ Program. The project is coordinated by Vilnius University (Lithuania) and shall be completed by the last quarter of 2022.
The project’s main objective is to strengthen innovation capacity and the transformational role of SMEs, HEIs and NGOs while dealing with the complex problems presented in Sustainable Development Goals; as well as to enhance knowledge exchange between different stakeholders, SSH graduates and researchers employability (More on the Project).
Sustainable Management: Tools for Tomorrow is an ongoing transnational project that has started in 2020 and been funded by the EU – Erasmus+ Program. The project is coordinated by the Gdansk University of Technology (Poland) and shall be completed by the third quarter of 2023.
The project’s main objective is to increase the skills, competencies, and awareness of future managers and employees in the field of available tools and methods to provide sustainable management, and, as a result, support sustainable development in the EU and beyond (More on the Project).