GEC Catalyst Programme
The GEC Catalyst programme by Think Beyond™ is an invitation-only, hybrid programme designed specifically for startups who have already launched the business, dedicated time to growing it and have initial feedback on their product and market.
What other startups say
GEC Catalyst, Fall Cohort 2022
Our aim is to improve health in the mass market by making microbiome science and technology more accessible to the everyday shopper.
A foodtech startup with the mission to create a plant-based seafood alternative product, for tuna and salmon sashimi.
Maximum Protein, Minimum Footprint!
Sustainable creaminess for the plant-based transition that is necessary to feed the future 10 billion inhabitants of the planet.
Autonomous - modular - decentral, vertical windturbines.
AquaBattery aims to commercialise the world’s most sustainable, safe and low-cost long duration energy storage to enable a net-zero grid.
We are enabling a data driven battery ecosystem to unleash the sustainable future of energy storage in mobility!
Low-cost, grid-scale long duration energy storage batteries using patent-granted rechargeable Copper-Zinc technology.
Our materials change sunlight to help plants produce 20% more crop and help fight world hunger.
We make sustainable refrigeration accessible to all.
GEC Catalyst, Alumni Spring 2022
is a fully bio-based polymer commodity manufacturer.
a waste and carbon utilization company unlocking a new frontier of circular materials.
developed a chemical upcycling process for textile/cotton wastes.
developed a new technology that can cost-effectively convert waste into clean energy and chemicals.
In their Shared Factory, only what someone has ordered is produced - locally, without waste and discounts.
A healthier and more sustainable diaper solution that is easy to use, highly performant and comfortable for children.
is optimizing production processes in the garment industry by digitizing the optical quality control.
developed a proprietary polymer for the bio-cycles, which perform like polyester yarns, but degrade like natural fiber.