An Italian innovative start-up, focused on designing and deploying cloud-native applications and serverless solutions, is involved in many European projects to support integration and mobility across the EU. Focusing on the latest project, the company aims to find enterprises and organizations (e.g., universities and associations) willing to support the platform by publishing relevant information to their target audience (e.g., 20-40 years old women planning to live a life-changing experience abroad).
The platform is currently under development and has been selected among the finalists for the EU Datathon 2021, organised by the Publications Office of the European Union for the EU Open Data Days initiative. The project falls into the challenge "An economy that works for people" and the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) will be presented online from Luxembourg on the 25th of November 2021. Specifically, it aims to create a platform to facilitate and promote women's mobility in Europe by using open data and by integrating other services to provide valuable insights to the users, taking as a reference a specific city.
The desired cooperation looks towards partners that manage services supporting mobility and promoting exchange initiatives in the European scenario with a particular focus on female mobility and topics such as reducing the gender gap or the equality of salaries. The collaboration requested should be under service and\or license agreements with the aim of providing statistical (e.g., datasets) or current data (e.g., Application programming interface - API) relevant to the target audience. The main topics of interest are accommodation, job finding, language teaching, etc.