November 20th, 2018
Ingenuity19 is looking for the next generation of entrepreneurs and innovators to create scalable social and commercial enterprises that can transform Nottingham, the UK and beyond.
Focusing on questions such as ‘What do future communities look like?’ and ‘How will future technologies transform how we, as consumers, live?’, Ingenuity19 is looking for students, staff, graduates and early career researchers from across the University of Nottingham to come together and discover problems worth solving, and is offering the tools to create scalable sustainable solutions.
For the first time, Ingenuity19 will also be open to the city of Nottingham, enabling a wider group of people to contribute to lasting social and economic impact for the city and its communities.
From February 2019 – April 2019, Ingenuity19 will take participants through a series of events designed to help inspire and explore new ideas, and develop those ideas into viable business/social enterprise plans.
It will then offer the opportunity to compete for a 150,000+ prize fund.
Applications are now live at http://bit.ly/Ingenuity19. For more information and updates, head over to the Ingenuity19 social media accounts (@IngenuityEvent).
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