“Moving Towards Zero” (MTZ) promotes zero waste habits among travellers & locals, through gamification, rewards, and data empowerment.
MTZ’s expectations from the acceleration programme are to:
Co-creating with local authorities will play a crucial role for the impact and the sustainability of the project, business around the Greek coast and users. As one important aspect of our project is to identify and implement the various GZW challenges that will be tailored to the region's needs and environmental specifications.
Go Zero Waste
We create solutions to enable a Zero Waste life through technology and collaboration using gamification and education.
We are a team of experts based in Greece, consulting and assisting Travel & Tourism related businesses & organisations with marketing, branding and digital strategy. We take pride in delivering measurable results, providing added value through the process. We enjoy a hands-on approach, and we commit to achieve high levels of deliverables. Ultimately, our goal is to increase awareness, product/service demand, as well as overall profitability of our partners.
Martí Morató Hil is a social entrepreneur with more than 10 years of experience in Project Management and Sales with a strong focus on Circular Economy. Passionate about creating sustainable solutions. Project Leader.
She is a female entrepreneur promoting Zero Waste and Circular Economy. With a background in Journalism, Digital Marketing and Product Management. Challenges visioner.
Business Development Specialist with expertise in as wide range of fields such as Branding, Marketing Strategy, e-Commerce and Digital Transformation.
Digital Marketing expert with relevant studies as well an MBA in Tourism Management from the University of Piraeus, Greece.
Also with an MBA in Tourism Management from the University of Piraeus, Greece, his role will be to approach and engage stakeholders as well as assist in the digital marketing strategy of the project.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 873468.