European tech startups developing innovations which can tackle the continent’s ‘most pressing challenges’ have two weeks left to apply for a new EU competition.
The competition is looking for early stage companies working in number of areas, including those relating to biotech, energy, food and agriculture, climate change, and digital technologies. The top 50 will be unveiled at the European Parliament during the European Innovation Summit on 28 November 2017. They will showcase their innovations to key investors and major corporates at the summit.
Register for a chance of making the final 50 until 15 October.