Meet the proud winners of CleanLaunchpad national final Hessen in this blog.
One of the aims of CleanLaunchpad is connecting cleantech start-ups. First at National level, and in less then a month throughout Europe. After seeing the videoblog of boot camp Cyprus & Greece (2,5 mins), you’ll realize that we make it happen.
CleanLaunchpad boot camp Cyprus & Greece was very hands on, with teams getting nitty-gritty with their deal, their market segments, and the financials. But it was more than that. Please continue reading the inside story of Stelios Yiatros.
This video blog of CleanLaunchpad boot camp Spain will boost your energy level right away.
CleanLaunchpad Poland chose the historical place Casle Topacz to work on their cleantech business ideas such as energy efficiency of vehicles and paper pallets for logistics. Please continue to read this blog.
More (cleantech) ideas, more multi-disciplinary teams, more partnering, more value creation, more impact, then the world would be a better place. Please read on about the boot camp experience in Sweden & Denmark.
What is “tough love”? And how can a cleantech start-up grow from it? In Berlin they know the answers…
In “a risk free zone’ in Hessen eight teams were further developing their cleantech ideas. It was intensive but rewarding: all were surprised by their progress. The beginning of a steep learning curve!
In this video blog we’ll put a spotlight on the great ideas of CleanLaunchpad Italy. And you’ll learn more about our boot camps.
One July day, 10 teams with 10 great ideas on how to tackle climate change. During the 2-Day boot camp in Birmingham the participants had achieved a huge amount. The thought of where they could be a year from now is an exciting one… Read all about them.
We’ve made a video blog from the CleanLaunchpad boot camp in Hungary to give you an impression of the hard working and fun we’ve had.
Out of 78 business ideas submitted in the Netherlands*, the 15 best ideas were brought in for the first CleanLaunchpad Boot Camp, on 16 and 17 June. What kind of ideas and what the participants thought of it, you’ll read in this blog.