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Switzerland's most innovative climate change start-ups take to the stage and present their 15-minute pitches to the audience and a distinguished panel.
Come to the Auditorium Maximum at ETH Zurich on Thursday, 28th August to see some of most dynamic start-ups in Climate-KIC's Switzerland Accelerator programme pitch and hear an excellent keynote presented by Nick Beglinger, CEO FFGS and President swisscleantech.
The two winners will be selected by the expert panel and awarded prizes of CHF 24'000 each, as well as a place in the European Climate-KIC final taking place in Valencia, Spain in October.
Join us for networking drinks and canapés after the event for a chance to meet the start-ups and other members of our Climate-KIC Swiss community.
We'll keep you posted on which start-ups make it to the final, who will be presenting the keynote and who will be on the expert panel.
Please register for your chance to hear some of the most innovative start-ups in climate change innovation.
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Climate-KIC is the EU’s main climate innovation initiative. It is Europe’s largest public-private innovation partnership focused on mitigating and adapting to climate change. Climate-KIC consists of companies, academic institutions and the public sector.
The organisation has its headquarters in London, UK, and leverages its centres across Europe to support start-up companies, to bring together partners on innovation projects and to educate students to bring about a connected, creative transformation of knowledge and ideas into products and services that help mitigate and adapt to climate change.
Climate-KIC currently has centres in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the UK and a Nordic centre in Denmark. It is also represented in the regions of Valencia, Central Hungary, Emilia Romagna, Lower Silesia, Hessen and the West Midlands.
Climate-KIC is one of the Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) created in 2010 by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), the EU body tasked with creating sustainable European growth while dealing with the global challenges of our time.