Why we need missions?
In 1961, JFK set the goal of "landing a man on the moon and bringing him safely back to earth" by the end of the decade. In 1969, Apollo 11 landed on the moon and it was Neil Armstrong who took the first steps on the moon.
Today, missions are very important - for a world facing great challenges like health & wellbeing (Covid-19), Aging, climate change, urbanization, resource scarcity - to prevent us from leaving our earth behind for future generations. Missions offer a solution, an opportunity, and an approach to the many challenges we face. This requires cooperation between public organizations, private companies, knowledge/ educational institutions, people, and nature.
This mission accelerator focuses primarily on cooperation between private companies because we are convinced that this is where we can accelerate to achieve missions.