Cleantech challenge – supporting innovation

Cleantech challenge – supporting innovationAt Gemserv we are passionate about making a positive, long-term and sustainable contribution in all we do. We believe that innovation is key in developing a sustainable future, and nurturing ideas and talent from across our industry is vital to enabling energy transformation.

The Clean Tech Challenge, is a global business plan competition for innovative clean technology business ideas, organised by London Business School and University College London. It brings together a diverse group of students to create viable start-ups. Teams compete over three rounds for the £10,000 prize, awarded at the two-day Bootcamp finals in London. Participants are mentored by industry experts from the cleantech, entrepreneurial and related sectors.

Rubina Singh, a consultant at Gemserv, has been involved throughout this process and been on hand to offer support to the applicants at various stages. During stage 2, Rubina was involved in assessing the business plans that were put forward and mentored the finalists through the boot camp before they pitched for the prize.

Rubina stated, “It was fantastic to see the variety of innovative ideas emerging out of the various teams. I really feel the future is bright for the cleantech industry.”

The winners will be announced on the 27th April but if you would like to find out more about the Clean Tech Challenge please visit: https://www.cleantechchallenge.uk/

 

 

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