The EU Top 50 Millennial Start-up Competition will be at the centre of the European Innovation Week programme. We are inviting the next generation researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs to present their ideas and inventions in areas such as health & life science, food and agriculture, bio-, nano-, neurotech, digital technologies and deep tech materials and new production technologies, as well as energy transition, environment and climate change, transport, space, security, creative sectors and education etc.
The programme of the European Innovation Week starts with pitches of the 50 winners on 27 November. Five will be selected to speak on Tuesday morning, 28 November alongside Members of the European Commission and the European Parliament, C-level corporate representatives and investors.
The competition will be open between 16 August and 25 October 2017.
More information about the EU Top 50 Startups as well as the application procedure is available here.