CleanTech Challenge 2016
Organized around the course “Sustainable Business Game” (WM0943TU)
The Dutch CleanTech Challenge is a competition for entrepreneurial students throughout the country. The CleanTech Challenge (CTC) was first organized by the London Business School in 2009. After the great success of the previous Dutch CleanTech Challenges, we are proud to announce the 2016 edition of the Dutch CTC. The Dutch CTC is hosted by Yes!Delft Students, the Delft Energy Club and the Erasmus Center for Entrepreneurship and encourages student teams with interdisciplinary backgrounds to develop and pitch their concepts for a sustainable start-up.
Step 1 – Find your own team with students from TU Delft en Erasmus University Rotterdam and come up with a business idea.
Step 2 – Coaching from professors and specialists in the field of sustainability.
Step 3 – Make sure that the business idea is not only sustainable but also financial interesting.
Step 4 – Pitch your idea during the Dutch and London finals.
Durign the Semi-final at ECE the four best teams were selected. On Wednesday 23th of March, the teams will be competing with each other in the final. This year the first team from Twente will join the competion.
If you would like to see the teams, your more than welcome to visit the pitches from 14:30 till 18:00 at Yes!Delft auditorium.
Past event: Semi-final 9th of March
On Wednesday 9th of March, the teams will be competing with each other in the semi-final. Only the four best teams will continue to the finals on 23 March at Yes!Delft.
On Wednesday January 6th, the CleanTech Challenge will start with a kick-off. This is also the first workshop in a series of five. During this workshop/ kick-off the participating teams will have a change to get to know each other. Also inspirational speakers will explain more about the making of a business plan. After these lectures the teams have an opportunity to work on their ideas. If you missed our network or have any questions about participating contact us by clicking below.
REAPlastic will purchase the collected plastic waste from existing plastic waste pickers’ organizations. This plastic waste will be processed into recycled granules by local disadvantaged groups. A part of the granules will be sold directly to other local plastic manufacturers, the other part will be used to fabricate low quantity customized gifts which are designed in cooperation with African designers.