During the event, the students will compete in a 48-hour challenge to solve a real-life case from the start-up company Loop-it and deliver their pitch through a video. The students participating will also learn more about sustainable entrepreneurship and can win prices such as an internship or job at Loop-it, 1 month of “Hot Desk” membership at GRO36, free lunches from restaurant Dornacci as well as additional prizes. During the challenge the participating students receive free lunch from Rio and free coffee from Oas.
The winners will be presented through a livestreamed ceremony at GRO36 on 22 April, which can be viewed by everyone, not just the participants. The last day to apply for the StartUP Sustainability Challenge is Thursday 15 April.
The event is organised by StartUP Jönköping in collaboration with the student association Students for Sustainable Action (SSA) and Science Park.
Find out more in the Facebook event via this link.
Or sign up right way via this link.