Apply for Postcode Lottery Green Challenge: Inviting Green Start-ups from all Over the World

Deadline: 1 June 2017

Registrations are open for the 11th edition of the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge, an annual international competition that rewards products/services/technologies that successfully combine sustainability, entrepreneurship and creativity.

The Postcode Lottery Green Challenge is one of the world’s largest competitions in the field of sustainable entrepreneurship.

Prize Information

  • The winner will receive €500,000 to further develop their product or service, and to bring it to market.
  • The runner-up will receive €200,000.
  • The winner will chosen by an international jury.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The Postcode Lottery Green Challenge is open to any individual from any country from the age of 18 years and to companies, businesses, institutions and all other organisations.
  • The Postcode Lottery Green Challenge is not open to:
    • employees of the Dutch Postcode Lottery;
    • anyone who has been involved in or will this year be involved in judging the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge;
    • immediate family members and/or household members of the individuals mentioned under (a) and (b) of this article; and
  • Parties in which DOEN Foundation directly participates are excluded from entering the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge
  • Parties who currently receive subsidies from DOEN Foundation can enter the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge, but if they win any prize money DOEN Foundation and the Dutch Postcode Lottery have the right, at their discretion, to reduce the subsidies.

How to Apply

Interested applicants must apply online via given website.

For more information, please visit Postcode Lottery Green Challenge.

About Aisha Sanusi 1524 Articles
African Entrepreneur Start-up Project (AESP) is a project that aims to support and empower African entrepreneurs. We are working towards economic development and growth in Africa by supporting entrepreneurs in Africa to become world market leaders. We believe that African entrepreneurs have a better chance of economic progress if they pool their resources, work together and support each other's businesses.

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