As a web development company, we are used to developing digital products for our clients. This year we had the opportunity to go through the whole process of creating an internal product in collaboration with a Belgian entity and with support from the European Commission.
We were selected by the Social Challenges Innovation Platform project to deliver a solution to a social and environmental challenge. We received a grant from the European Commission to develop a Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
During the past 6 months, we were committed to building a digital platform to reduce food waste from food businesses by giving new use to surplus food. The main objective is to facilitate the networking between the different stakeholders involved in this process by providing a mechanism of interconnection on a digital platform.
We worked in close collaboration with La Maison des Familles - a social institution located in Tournai, Belgium - to develop Marzee Labs' new product.
Re-Seed is a digital platform for management and traceability of surplus food stock donations. It aims to empower the activities of social institutions like La Maison des Families by optimising and streamlining their operations and internal processes. At the same time, Re-Seed is very useful for food businesses and retailers that want to give new use to their surplus food by helping people in need.
The platform facilitates daily interactions between social institutions and food businesses and monitors the whole process from the supplier donating surplus food to the final receivers.
Re-Seed goes beyond stock management and provides insightful and tailored reports for all the actors involved. Food businesses are able to know the final destination of their donations. Social institutions are able to easily report their activities and to improve their operations based on key data produced by the Re-Seed platform.
The Re-Seed MVP was developed to be a base for future platforms and to respond to the needs of different actors, from retail to large NGOs.
Learn more about Re-Seed: https://re-seed.org/
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[Porto] Tuesday, June 4, 2019 - #TDKtuesdays Porto June 2019
A MOXY recebe-nos para mais uma edição do #TDKtuesdays onde vão discutir temas como o procurar soluções de design fora do bootstrap, ou a importancia de criar ligações entre o designer e o developer.
[Porto] Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - JAMStack OPO #2 | Automating demo sites
We are happy to be organising the second JAMstacj meetup. For this event, we will have Josh Smith presenting a real JAMStack product case - how he automates deploying example demo sites for customers when doing sales calls using Gatsby, Netlify and Airtable’s GraphQL API.
[Porto] Thursday, June 6, 2019 - REACTOR WORKSHOP: Open design: Hardware free innovation
Hands-on workshop, to learn how to navigate the open design ecosystem to generate unusual product ideas.
[Porto] Thursday, June 13, 2019 - REACTOR TALK: The power of storytelling
Stories bring people together. They connect us all, they reassure us, they help us letting go of our fears, just like when we were kids.
[Porto] Thursday, June 13, 2019 - Porto Codes
For this meetup the organisers will cover how the Ember.js project has managed not only to keep up with the hype cycles, but to continually push the framework and the web forward and bring its users along. We will close off the presentation by talking how this culminates in the concept of editions, the first of which is Ember Octane.
[Porto] Thursday and Friday, June 13-14, 2019 - Tech In Porto 2019 - Tech Conference
TECHinPORTO was born in 2017 from Jumia's will to share and promote Porto's state of the art Information Technologies. Hope to see you all around there.
[Porto] Wednesday, June 19, 2019 - OPO.js Meetup #9