The YNotLab is an initiative of Loizou&Co to provide an opportunity to all entrepreneurs present and work out their ideas prior accepting or rejecting them.
We know, that we never know where ideas can come from.
Archimedes: a Greek mathematician, physicist, engineer, inventor, and astronomer. One of the leading scientists in classical antiquity.
We know, that we will only know if ideas are good is… only if we give them a place to stand
Archimedes : ‘Give me a place to stand, and I shall move the world.’
We believe that all people are created equal, therefore they can think equal once they are given equal opportunities and support. We believe that equality to access the opportunity can reveal tremendous talent in people and deliver tremendous good to the society and the economy. We are seeking the believers, the passionate people who all they need is the opportunity to change the world. We believe them and support them. Trust and care are the ultimate virtues for a better tomorrow.
The Lab is a liberal and lateral thinking, Y-theory driven organization that accepts and supports inventors and upcoming entrepreneurs from racial, gender, social, educational and economic background.
At the YNotLab we listen before we provide any feedback. We accept all ideas. We do not criticize, we do not reject. We do not turn down anyone. We understand that pitching an idea can be stressful and things can go wrong. That does not mean that the idea is wrong or the presenters do not have the potential. We also understand that we cannot judge a book by the cover. An executive business plan or a presentation deck cannot communicate the fallings, passion and desire of the inventors. That is why we are giving the opportunity to all to present us their ideas, and feedback to work on it and come back to present again and again.
The lab is aligned with the with the UN sustainable goals. Specifically though the Lab we support :
The Rice inc team mentored by Prof. Dr. Evangelos Markopoulos receiving the Hult Prize at UN Final 2018.
The Rice inc team mentored by Prof. Dr. Evangelos Markopoulos during the BBC World News Interview.