Social Innovation Tournament results: and the winners are …

The Social Innovation Tournament recognises and supports the best European impact entrepreneurs. It is organised in a different country every year to reward and sponsor European entrepreneurs whose primary purpose is to generate a social, ethical or environmental impact.

A Jury, composed of specialists from the academic and business worlds, identifies and nominates the winners. All projects compete for the General Category and the Special Category 1st  and 2nd Prizes of €100 000 and €40 000 respectively. The winner of the first Prize in the General Category also benefits from an EY mentoring voucher offered by EY Transaction Advisory Services in Belgium.


    • SIT 2023: and the winners are…

      Swiss company Spring ACT – Action. Compassion. Technology, who has developed a digital companion to help survivors of domestic violence; French company Gribouilli; Maltese company Braintrip and Spanish company Smart Fiiber were the winners of SIT 2023 held in Stockholm.

    • SIT 2022: and the winners are…

      WaveOut (Austria), Rosi and Newcy (France) and AlgaEnergy (Spain) were the winners of the SIT 2022 held in Vienna (Austria) and online on 29 September. Hale (Italy) was the winner of the Audience Choice Award.

    • SIT 2021: and the winners are…

      Magrid (Luxembourg), Cellugy (ecoFlexy) (Denmark), The Institute for Inclusive Education (Germany) and Orange Fiber (Italy) were the winners of the SIT 2021 held in Lisbon and online on 7 October 2021. Orange Fiber (Italy) was the winner of the Audience Choice Award.

    • SIT 2020: and the winners are…

      Navilens (Spain), Sponsh (Netherlands) BeeOmonitoring (Belgium) and Plasticfri (Sweden) were the winners of the SIT 2020 held online for the first time because of COVID-19. HeraMobileApp (Turkey) was the winner of a new category, the Audience Choice Award.

    • SIT 2019 results

      HeHop (France), Jelly Drops (UK), Fazla Gida (Turkey) and Zouri Shoes (Portugal) are the winners of the Social Innovation Tournament 2019, which took place on 24 October in Dublin, Ireland.

    • SIT 2018 results

      Glowee (France), Speak Social (Portugal), iNex Circular (France), Chrysalix Technologie – Bioflex (United Kingdom), Sensovida (Spain) and  QTrobot Autism Therapy Store (Luxembourg) are the winners of the Social Innovation Tournament 2018 which took place on 23 October in Copenhagen, Denmark.

    • SIT 2017 results

      Complex Disease Detector from Sweden, ColorADD (Portugal), The FreeBird Club (Ireland)) and Walk With Path (United Kingdom) are the winners of the Social Innovation Tournament 2017 which took place on 21 September in Riga, Latvia.

    • SIT 2016 results

      Aprendices Visuales (Visual Learners), from France/Spain, BioCarbon Engineering, and Silent Secret, both from the UK, and FitforKids, from Denmark, are the winners of the Social Innovation Tournament 2016 which took place on 20 October 2016 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

    • SIT 2015 results

      Koiki, from Spain, and Design by Pana, from Albania, have been awarded the first and second prizes in the fourth edition of the Social Innovation Tournament, held in Milan on 24 September 2015 in cooperation with the Fondazione Cariplo.

    • SIT 2014 results

      Adie, from France, School4All, from Hungary, and Blue Badge Style from the United Kingdom were the winners of the third edition of the Social Innovation Tournament organized in Madrid in cooperation with the IE Business School on 17 October 2014.