Inside tw:in’s April Newsletter

Every month our global spotters network, tw:in, sends out a newsletter highlighting the most thought-provoking innovations shared by the community. Like what you see? Join tw:in to access hundreds more bright ideas, and to share on-the-ground findings of your own. Here are the top innovations shared on tw:in this month. Enjoy!

 


 

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🇺🇸 Matches kids' dream pets with lookalike adoptable rescue dogs

Rescue Doodles is a new program from Pedigree that match kids' drawings of dogs with similar-looking rescue dogs available for adoption. Here’s what tw:in community member Jenny Tsitsopoulos has to say:

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"Millions of families acquired puppies during the first few rounds of coronavirus lockdowns. Pandemic puppies were so popular that we faced a shortage of pets for quite some time. But now, a truly unfortunate result of the world opening back up is the return of many of these fur babies back to local adoption centers.

I love that Pedigree is driving awareness of this post-pandemic problem. As brands, we take the approach to addressing issues by adding more to the world — more content, more services, more pets. But in this instance, their use of curation in the matching of pets and families through AI is a smart way of making the most of what already exists. A far more sustainable approach that I hope to scale beyond the platform.” 

 

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🇧🇪 App helps kids to open up about their emotions

Belgium App facilitates kids and teens to talk about their feelings by representing emotions through animations. With this technology, they can find guidance to deal with difficult conversations.

 

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🇩🇪 SOAPBOTTLE a packaging for liquid personal care products made from soap

With this solution, waste can be completely avoided. Once the liquid content is finished, the empty container can be used as hand soap and “washes away” over time.

 

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🇳🇱 Project 'Seeing Stars' brings the stars back to Dutch streets

This project encourages cities to switch off their lights to bring back the stars and create a sense of connection with each other and nature.

 

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🌐 New community to help women and non-binary people get educated, connected in crypto and web3

Nearly 50 female and nonbinary leaders across crypto, tech, design, business, and many other industries have come together to help start and support this project. Collaboratively, they hope to foster the next generation of friends who crypto.

 

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