Paying or entering an event with a bracelet. This is what the Bracelit project, started in Granada by young entrepreneurs, allows. It is a management and payment system that uses contactless technology. The bracelet worn by the user works as a virtual wallet.
Miriam and Amélie are two entrepreneurs from Cádiz who believe that a picture is worth more than a thousand words, at least when it comes to dealing with children with autism. After their cousin José was diagnosed, they decided to create pictogram books. That was the origin of Aprendices Visuales, a small NGO with a great mission: That children with autism can have access to the tools that allow them to develop their full potential. Their tales are already used in over 20 countries.