In Brief

IMPACT has partnered with four good causes in the water sanitation, poverty relief, AIDS assistance, and reforestation fields

Two students from the University of Manchester in the U.K. have launched a startup that aims to be a trusted platform for donations. Manit Sethi from Thailand and Tomas Mjartan from Slovakia created IMPACT during the first year of their International Management degree.

They applied to Accelerate ME, a scheme for Manchester Entrepreneurs members (a society at the University of Manchester) that helps startups accelerate their business. After being accepted onto the scheme, they were provided with a range of resources including funding, a workplace, mentors, and peer revision from the other teams, which has enabled them to develop their idea into a reality.

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