2011 Competition: Saint-Gobain & Start-ups

Date: 30 August 2010
Source: Saint-Gobain Glass
Saint-Gobain organizes its third « Saint-Gobain & Start-ups » Competition to reward innovations from start-up companies in the habitat, energy and environment fields.

Candidates will be selected based on their innovation (product or service) and potential synergies with Saint-Gobain activities.
 
This year, start-ups from all over the world can participate. The final will take place on the Saint-Gobain booth at the Trade Fair BAU in Munich on January 18, 2011, where the most promising 8-12 start-ups will take part in a « speed-dating » session.
 
Three Innovation Prizes
Three prizes will be awarded to the winners: the 1st prize value is €25 000 and the 2nd and 3rd prizes €10 000 each. The prize winners will work with the NOVA External Venturing team to explore the possibility of partnerships with Saint-Gobain.
All the finalists will benefit from the media coverage at the BAU and in Saint-Gobain communication.
 
Timeline
- Submission deadline (in English only): October 15, 2010
- Selection of finalists: early December 2010
- Speed-dating session for the finalists with Saint-Gobain representatives at the BAU Munich: January 18, 2011

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