The Young Entrepreneurs Challenge (Deadline 21 January)

21 January - 11:59 pm
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This online competition is for 16-25y/o who have fresh tech-led business ideas. The winner will receive £10k funding and a 12month mentorship package.

Got a great business idea or concept? If you’re 16-25 and have a fresh and innovative technology led idea for a business, or have started one already – then we want
to hear from you! Our competition seeks the best young minds from across Europe, young people with vision, social awareness and the ambition to achieve.

Our Grand Prize Winner will receive a £10,000 / €11,000* grant, a mentorship package and pro-bono support to accelerate their business idea or start-up.
It’s the opportunity to make your mark, get noticed and put your ideas into action.

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