lab of tomorrow #14 A multi-stakeholder collaboration for impact The lab of tomorrow (lot) is an open multistakeholder innovation process to develop entrepreneurial solutions to global challenges and is therefore also an incubator for impact-driven business activities and cross-sector partnerships. By bringing together people with different backgrounds and expertise and jointly creating new solutions for the big challenges of our time, the lot has a huge potential for transformation. The aim is to foster co-creation of social innovations that contribute to the SDGs and systemic change. The lot format was developed by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) and has a proven track record of eleven completed processes and over 50 business model sketches created and many of them implemented. lab of tomorrow #14 towards a circular food system in Rwanda With the lab of tomorrow #14, the CSI-HSG co-initiated the first edition of the lot for the Swiss development context in cooperation with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). The lot 14 tackles challenges related to the food system in Rwanda. Based on in-depth research and needs finding, people from different sectors and backgrounds co-created innovative solutions in an Innovation Sprint built around design thinking. During the current incubation phase the teams receive coaching, to further develop their solutions with the aim to finally implement them and create impact. The CSI-HSG implements the project in collaboration with multiple partners, including SDC, GIZ, Nestlé, Impact Hub Kigali and reverse. Read the review of the project or watch the highlight videos of the Innovation Sprint and the DEMO DAY.