9. January 2020
Every year Science Park Graz organises the Start-up Idea Competition to inspire and encourage entrepreneurs of all ages and backgrounds to realize their dreams.
Do you have an innovative business idea?
Then get ready and apply to the Start-up Idea Competition organized by Science Park Graz. Put your idea to the test, and wow the jury to win yourself a share of a total prize fund of € 12,000.
Take a look at the categories and choose the best fit for your idea:
- Energy & Environment
- Health & Life Sciences
- Special Societal Impact
- Digital Economy & ICT
- Space – space technology translated into everyday applications
Deadline: 28th February 2020
Apply now – sciencepark.at/idea-competition
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