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Registration open for Global Biobased Businessplan Competition (G-BiB)

The Global Biobased Businessplan Competition (G-BiB) is a competition for students in the United Kingdom, Finland and Germany. The objective of G-BiB is to stimulate entrepreneurship and innovation developing a bio-renewable chemical, material and/or fuel product.

The G-BiB is an initiative of the BioInnovation Growth mega-Cluster (BIG-Cluster).

Who

The G-BiB is a competition open for teams of 2-6 Bachelor, Master and/or PhD students from universities and universities of applied science in the United Kingdom, Finland and Germany. All teams must announce a mentor from their university.

Challenge and Procedure

The challenge is to create a pitch deck based on a design for sustainable production of bio-renewable products such as biofuels and biomaterials or partial solutions that will support developing those products. You will get to know the other teams during a joint kick-off event in October 2020 and get support in writing your pitch deck during a masterclass held in the UK, Finland and Germany. National semi-finals will announce one national winner that will participate in the transnational final held in February 2021 during the CLIB International Conference. The winning team will get a financial award to further develop their business idea.

Registration

Please read the regulations and additional information on the G-BiB for all terms and conditions. They can be downloaded

Register for free from 29 June to 10 October 2020. The registration form can be downloaded here.

For any questions or further information please feel free to contact Alice North:
thyme-project@york.ac.uk

Partners

The G-BiB 2020/2021 is organised by the THYME project in the UK, Smart Chemistry Park, operated by Turku Science Park in Finland, and Cluster Industrial Biotechnology (CLIB) in Germany.

Event details

Dates

3 August–10 October 2020

Times

12:00am