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Only 10 days left to apply for the international pre-incubation programme “Green HExagon”!

Don’t miss this opportunity to turn your sustainable ideas into reality. Join “Green HExagon” and find innovative solutions to today’s challenges. Application deadline is January 31st, 2024 and the programme duration will be from February 20nd till June 12th2024. Apply now through this link:

It is a four-month online programme that provides support for developing business ideas through guidance from international experts and mentors. Throughout the programme, the best participants will have the opportunity to visit the University of Latvia in person for a three-day bootcamp. At the end of the programme, students can receive up to 5000 EUR grant for further idea development – prototype and materials, consultations, etc.

The programme is designed for teams who have new ideas or are in the early stage of idea development. Participants can apply to the programme as an individual or team (up to 5 members). The programme will begin with an event for ideation and team formation. If you apply as an individual, you will have the opportunity to find team members during this event.

This programme aims to build meaningful and comprehensive ideas for future startups by focusing on business models, pitching, product design, financial models, and other topics.
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Project activities are funded by the European Union Erasmus+ project “Entrepreneurial teaching partnerships for fostering innovation and green startup development in higher education”, project No. 2022-1-LV01-KA220-HED-000090176, UL registration No. ZD2022/21385.
The programme is organized by four partners: the University of Latvia (Business incubator), the University of Tartu (business incubator “Startup Lab”), the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (business incubator “Point One”), the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt (Startup Center).
This project is funded by the European Union. The views and opinions expressed reflect the personal views of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the EACEA accepts any responsibility for the views expressed.

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