Battle your way to global impact!

Applications are now open for ClimateLaunchpad in India.

Global competition

The Green Business Ideas Competition

Battle your way to global impact

Join our competition and we’ll help you fast track your green business idea. You’ll learn how to get it funded and launched. Worldwide.

Train - boot camp & follow-up coaching sessions

Train

ClimateLaunchpad kicks off with an intensive Boot Camp & follow-up Coaching Sessions. Learn all you can on how to successfully start your green business. Create a rock solid business plan and perfect your pitch along the way.

Compete - convince our jury and you’ll convince any client or investor

Compete

The gloves come off during the national competitions and the Grand Final where you’ll battle the world’s best. Convince our jury and you’ll convince any client or investor.

Launch - substantial prize money

Launch

There is substantial prize money for the top three Grand Final winners. On top of that the top ten winners move on to the renowned Climate-KIC Accelerator programme. The place where great ideas grow into great businesses.

Blog

The energy saving reporting platform.

After participating in ClimateLaunchpad, Positive Energy enrolled in an accelerator programme in Berlin. Since then, things have been moving at high speed for the Turkey based start-up.

Global Grand Final 2017. And the winners are…

ClimateLaunchpad presents the next generation of cleantech entrepreneurs ready to fix climate change. Limassol, 19 October 2017 – Start-up Bio Alkanol Gel from Kenya won ClimateLaunchpad’s fourth edition. Their business idea is based on their technology to obtain liquid fuel from waste materials. Second prize goes to MeduSOIL from Switzerland; they developed microbe cement. Vienna… Read more »

Press release: World’s largest green start-up competition announces Global Grand Final winners 2017

Limassol, 19 October 2017 – Start-up Bio Alkanol Gel from Kenya won ClimateLaunchpad’s fourth edition. Their business idea is based on their technology to obtain liquid fuel from waste materials. Second prize goes to MeduSOIL from Switzerland; they developed microbe cement. Vienna Textile Lab from Austria came in third with their scalable process to colour… Read more »

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