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Wildtrack Inc.
Durham, North Carolina
Business Planning

Member since 2020-11-30

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Session Overview

WildTrack has an idea for a sustainable business model to support the collection of data for our award-winning AI pipeline that will feed into our Mission. We would appreciate a short consultation with someone who could indicate how we could develop a project to attract volunteer(s) for this effort. That person might perhaps have experience in writing business proposals that intersect the non-profit/corporate world, and/or have experience in CSR programs that lie outside the box.


Nonprofit Overview

WildTrack’s Mission is to protect endangered species using a unique combination of advanced data analytics, artificial intelligence, and traditional ecological knowledge.

WildTrack has developed an innovative new model to tackle the global decline in species – using footprints. By merging traditional ecological tracking skills with a customised model in JMP software and artificial intelligence, WildTrack engages the whole community from scientists, to indigenous trackers, local communities and recreational citizen scientists.

We believe in the intrinsic power of traditional ecological knowledge to engage communities to protect wildlife. The data we gather together, inform on species protection and the mitigation of human-wildlife conflict. These data are also essential to reduce the risk of future pandemics


Business planning
Business analysis
Strategic analysis
Grant writing