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Cleantech business idea competition – apply now!

Students, start-ups and entrepreneurs are invited to submit their cleantech ideas.
Aalto University campus. Photo: Mikko Raskinen

Submissions are welcome to Europe’s largest cleantech business idea competition, Climate LaunchPad 2015.

All entries are judged on their impact on climate change, their growth potential and on skills and enthusiasm. The most promising entries gain access to Climate-KIC’s Accelerator programme, geared at growing big cleantech ideas into strong businesses.

The deadline for Finnish entries is 13 April 2015.

Aalto University, Demos Helsinki and Climate-KIC organise the competition.

More information:

  • Demos Helsinki website
  • Annukka Jyrämä
    Aalto University
    Relations Manager, PhD Docent
    City relations; Innovative city® -program
    tel. +358 50 373 2238
    [email protected]
  • Application form (www.demoshelsinki.fi)
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