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A start-up competition focused on circular economy will take place in Rotterdam


A start-up competition focused on circular economy will take place in Rotterdam

The Go Circular start-up competition is now open for applications. This competition is organised as part of the 4th Go Circular conference to foster and support the development of innovations in the circular economy for plastics.

The competition seeks to identify the most innovative solutions to address the transition to a low-carbon circular economy for plastics.

The competition is open to start-ups around the world with initiatives that are focused on offering technologies or innovations with the potential to accelerate toward a low-carbon circular economy (plastics, biomass, CO2).

The competition will be judged by a panel of industry experts. The winner will receive the opportunity to exhibit at the next year's conference on a complimentary basis, which will provide access to promotion, networking, and business development opportunities.

For more information and how to submit your application please follow link link: https://globuc.com/go-circular/start-up-competition/

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