Health and climate change interventions around the world are plagued by a lack of data. Without knowing if their deployed equipment is functioning properly or achieving its intended impact, global community organizations do not know if their initiatives are working.
Nexleaf Analytics uses low-cost devices and real-time data analytics to help public health and nonprofit organizations monitor, evaluate, and respond to interventions in the field. As a startup using exponential technologies to address global grand challenges, Nexleaf Analytics was invited to join SU Ventures at Singularity University.
The startup’s co-founders recognized that their company was in a “strange space”—as a non-profit and a startup selling technology devices, the team needed a better way to pitch the company effectively to investors.
Read this case study to learn how Nexleaf Analytics’ co-founders came to SU to access the tools, experts, and resources necessary to grow the company and increase its impact in developing nations.
At Singularity University, we work with startups at the intersection of exponential technologies and global impact. We take a long-term approach to helping them build high-growth, sustainable businesses. SU Ventures provides exclusive bootcamps, sprints, and other programs that promote breakthroughs, accelerate milestones, and help entrepreneurs succeed.
Whether you’re starting an early-stage venture, scaling a startup, or innovating inside a large company with thoughts of a spinoff, see how we can help your idea take flight.
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“The resources at SU are great. The types of people who come through SU, and the types of people you can get connected to there, it's always valuable to interact and be engaged with them.”— Martin Lukac, CTO and Co-founder of Nexleaf Analytics