‘Chance App’ wins CA Auto Bank’s Green Mobility Challenge


‘Chance App’ wins CA Auto Bank’s Green Mobility Challenge.

In April, CA Auto Bank Group launched the Green Mobility Challenge: a challenge for young students across Europe who are called upon to develop digital and innovative mobility-related services.

The challenge is in partnership with Junior Achievement, the world’s leading nonprofit organization dedicated to youth economic and entrepreneurial education.

Projects were judged on three main indicators: social and environmental impact, economic benefits and innovation.

The jury consisted of five fellow experts in the field: Marie-Tiphaine from the Social Impact & Citizen Committee at Crédit Agricole Personal Finance & Mobility; Andrea Mastroeni, ESG Manager at CA Auto Bank; Alberto Conrotto, Digital Manager at CA Auto Bank; Martina Alison Cupidi, Marketing & Brand Communication Manager at Drivalia; and Astrid Blikom, Marketing Manager at Drivalia Norway.

The winning team is “Chance App” from Ukraine. These young students have developed an innovative app that allows people with disabilities to find the fastest and safest route to needed medical facilities. In addition, the app offers a wide range of services, ranging from booking medical appointments to accessing a portal that collects job offers for people with disabilities.

The “Chance App” team will participate in Gen-E 2024, Europe’s largest festival dedicated to entrepreneurial education, which will be held in Catania, Sicily, from July 2 to 4.