Anyone can be a sponsor: a corporate CSR challenge, a HR compensation & benefits program, a sporting event organiser, a bike shop, a group of friends challenging each other.
There is only one condition to be met: you must be ready to incentivise the participants with realistic goals and fair rewards for their efforts Participants
The App is open to any and all participants. There is no limit to the number of challenges a participant signs up for. No limit.
Provided you meet the eligibility criteria set by the sponsors and challenge yourself to the level required to collect the reward, you can be a participant!
Examples of eligibility criteria: being a staff member of the sponsor’s organisation, or time/distance training for a marathon/sport event, or simply for being present at specific location(s) during a specified period. Rewards
Basically, there are 3 ways to benefit from rewards: cash, coupons and donations.
Because we are a socially responsible group of friends, we added a small twist to our application: participants can donate their rewards to eligible charities through our App.
We impose no rules, it’s up to the sponsors and the participants to decide. However, we are convinced that generosity will be a clear winner, along with the environment and health.
Walk-Run-Bike is much more than just another App: our solution can accommodate multiple sponsors, participants and beneficiaries through challenges.
Our solution is for you if you are:
Walk-Run-Bike is a first A2B+ solution, dedicated to rewarding, supporting and motivating everyone to do more walking, running and biking - human powered commuting - in everyday life.
When you walk, run or bike to your destination you are doing yourself, your community and the whole world a huge favour. Your human-powered trip means at least:
The prevalence of overweight and obesity in EU countries ranges from 45% to 67% excess weight drastically increases a person's risk including cardiovascular diseases, cancer and diabetes mellitus
With a small incentive from A2B+, sure, I would change my daily routine, take the train to Belval and walk the last mile to the office. Great idea!
One in five people in Luxembourg are obese. A 6% increase in the number of people considered obese during the decade from 2002 to 2012. Some 23% of the population considered obese in 2012
the EC has given all member states certain goal and limit values for nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and lead member states are having trouble meeting these goals despite numerous and adequate measures to reduce air pollution
Exercise is not natural. We are designed to be active in the service of active goals; we are not designed to exercise.
Luxembourg's Parliamentary Commission
Much of the current traffic is caused by people making short journeys (3 to 4 km). The goal was to encourage these drivers to use non-motorised transport such as bikes. Such a measure would reduce traffic volumes by 20%.
Mind chief executive
Physical activity could play a key role in recovery from mental health issues like anxiety and depression and in staying well in the long term
President of the European Council
Deal! At least 40% emissions cut by 2030. World's most ambitious, cost-effective, fair #EU2030 climate energy policy agreed.
Brisbane Times newspaper
The results are striking. Around 50% of the respondents said that financial incentives would encourage them to take up bicycle commuting, while 80% said they supported the implementation of such incentives, regardless of whether they rode to work themselves.
the leading sustainability communications agency
There is a role for government to bring in incentives and also to reward good green behaviour. Financing schemes are a positive way of encouraging people to cycle to work.
Liz is the athlete, the fuel inside A2B+. She is a double Olympian in triathlon for Luxembourg and has consistently been at the top of international triathlon from 2002 to 2013. Alongside her sport Liz May completed a Master of Laws at the University of Copenhagen and speaks 6 languages. She has been an artist and designer all her life.
Mark is the techie, the engine of A2B+, and also a keen cyclist, commuting 9000 km by bike during 2016. He holds a BSc CEng CITP MBCs and is a specialist in Information Technology. He has a track record of implementing innovative solutions in both the finance and mobile telco industries.
David is the product guy. With over 25 years in strategy, product development, and project and risk management in the financial sector, David joined Liz and Mark later into the project. Since 2006, David had been actively involved in developing social crowdfunding platforms. A2B+ was just a perfect fit for him: health and fitness with social and environment responsibility.
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