Time for this year’s ventures to pitch their business ideas: Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship and Encubator invite you to join our Venture Pitch event on december 17th, where our students will pitch their aspiring venture in front of a live audience.
The projects were initiated in September and the students have worked hard this last couple of months to start verifying the technology, meet potential partners and customers, and begun writing their business plans. Now they are ready to present what they have done so far and how they plan to take the next steps.
Do not miss this opportunity to meet the next generation of start-ups currently being developed at Chalmers.
Imnus develops a housing concept for refugee camps that will be light, flat packaged and fully recyclable. The project, managed by entrepreneurs My, Ayda and Magnus, was created in cooperation with StoraEnso Re-Board and currently resides in our incubator.
We are also happy to see Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship alumnus Daniel Albinsson, Olle Svensson, Erik Törnblom and Philip Axelsson, with the project Kambio, among the nominated teams.
Good Luck to all of you.
[Portaferry, Northern Ireland, November 12, 2013.] The Deep Green ‘underwater kite’ marine power plant is now producing electricity in the waters off Northern Ireland. This is the first time ever a marine power plant designed for low velocity currents produces electricity at sea, anywhere in the world, and the ocean trials verify the ability to unlock ocean currents as a renewable energy source. “This is a break-through for the entire renewable energy industry,” said Minesto’s CEO Anders Jansson.
This event is an opportunity to participate in an exciting forum that brings together a significant part of the Swedish innovation system – representatives of Swedish incubators and science parks, national and regional political leaders, policy makers and industry representatives.
Sveriges Innovationsriksdag is a major national venue to discuss how we can best strengthen the country’s attractiveness, as well as develop the overall ability to stimulate innovation. We need to stimulate both the creation of new start-ups as well as enabling existing corporate development. By extension, this stimulates growth and creates jobs, which are prerequisites for Sweden’s prosperity.
We look forward to seeing you in Gothenburg 2014!
You find more information in this PDF (in Swedish).