Final phase and delivery of the Madrid Impacta 2020 Award, online event


On Wednesday, December 16 from 11 a.m. you can continue on-line the presentations that the finalists will make before the jury in the assembly hall of the Palacio de Cibeles.
Final phase and delivery of the Madrid Impacta 2020 Award

This is the IV edition of the Madrid City Council social entrepreneurship awards. The main objective of Madrid Impacta Award is recognize impact projects in their phase prior to business creation and/or new lines of business or conversion processes, which provide real and viable solutions to the current health crisis caused by COVID-19, and which address situations of social vulnerability and economic that this situation has unleashed. 

The project is carried out in collaboration with Impact Hub Madrid and UnLtd United Kingdom who are part of the jury.

These are the finalist companies summoned for the public presentation of their projects before the jury, they will have 5 minutes to make the presentation. 

These are the five finalist companies:


Tucuvi is a virtual caregiver, based on artificial intelligence and voice technology, capable of offering continuous home monitoring of the elderly and chronic patients through automatic and personalized phone calls made by our virtual assistant. No new devices, no installations, no apps, no need for Wi-Fi.
Just pick up the phone and start talking.


Project: AI MedAssist
​has developed AI MedAssist an AI-based physician assistant who diagnoses COVID-19 and predicts the course of each patient, analyzing a chest X-ray and 6 factors from the medical history.


Project: happy to eat you
happy to eat you is an online platform through which businesses dedicated to the hospitality industry or the sale of food products offer items in perfect condition for consumption, publishing them with discounts of at least 40%.


has developed a icloud platform (under construction) where mathematical models are integrated that applying artificial intelligence for the computational evaluation (analysis and prediction) of different physical, chemical, pharmacological, toxicological properties, etc., (ADME, toxicity) makes it possible to reduce costs and times in the design of drugs for diseases.

Project: Adopt A Grandpa

adopt a grandpa is an intergenerational program that cares for lonely elderly people through recurring and controlled visits by young volunteers. The objective is for the elderly to recover their social life and for them to feel listened to, accompanied and loved while the volunteers learn values and experiences

After the presentations, there will be a round table in which social entrepreneurs will participate and will be moderated by Mr. Ángel Niño, councilor of the Delegate Area of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of the Madrid City Council; while the jury retires to deliberate.

After the jury's deliberation, the Deputy Mayor of Madrid Mrs. Begoña Villacís will deliver prizes to the three winners.


The three winners will receive from the Madrid City Council a economic endowment of 8,000 euros for each project, in addition to visibility and diffusion in and on their social networks.

By UnLtd United Kingdom They will receive online training in impact measurement, visibility on their social networks, an interview on their blog and one hour of personalized advice on Impact Measurement for each winner. For that, the winners must have previously worked on their Theory of Change.

By Impact Hub Madrid They will receive flexible memberships in IH Prosperidad's own space, for two people per winner for a duration of about 6 months.