Register for Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Nights 6.-7.6.

How to build a sustainable future for all of us? Join us and vote for the best solution at Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Nights!

Helsinki Challenge is a science-based competition where teams create solutions to UN’s sustainable development goals. Throughout the spring 20 teams have been developing and refining their solutions through a variety of tools as well as Finnish and international mentors. Soon our international jury will choose five to seven teams to continue in the accelerator programme. All of the 20 Helsinki Challenge semifinalist teams take the floor for the very last time at Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Nights 6.-7.6.2017.

Now it’s your turn to decide which solution continues in the competition! Most voted team and solution during Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Nights proceeds straight to the finals. Read the instructions for voting here.

The finalists chosen by the jury will be announced 19.6. The winner of the Helsinki Challenge competition will be announced in November. The €375,000 prize is meant for implementing the solution.
 

Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Night: sustainable planet

Can you imagine wearing clothes made out of Finnish wood or carrying a miniature lab in your pocket? Join us at Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Night on June 6th and hear about solutions that promote healthier and more sustainable future.

Teams pitching: POCKit3A Water, Catalyst SupremeWave FarmersMetaboldPro FibersMyonitEnergy Village 500Ioncell and Heatstock.

When: 6.6.2017 at 18:00
Where: The Great Hall, University of Helsinki Main building, entrance and cloak room at Aleksanterinkatu 5
Register for the June 6th event here


Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Night: people in change and urban future

What if we could 3D print functioning organs or use virtual environments for cognitive and physical training? Join us at Helsinki Challenge Semifinal Pitch Night on June 7th and hear about solutions that tackle challenges like population ageing, urbanization and digitalization.

Teams pitching: Parental Box, F-FactorDlearn.HelsinkiSenior Cognitive Booster, EduRemixiCombineReconfigure MobilityFutuRena, ELMO and CoLearning CoPassion.

When: 7.6.2017 at 18:00
Where: The Great Hall, University of Helsinki Main building, entrance and cloak room at Aleksanterinkatu 5
Register for the June 7th event here

 

Helsinki Challenge is a science-based idea competition and accelerator programme. Helsinki Challenge is part of the Finland 100 jubilee year’s programme. The University of Helsinki organises the competition in collaboration with Aalto University, Hanken School of Economics, University of Eastern Finland, University of Jyväskylä, University of Oulu, University of the Arts Helsinki, University of Turku, University of Vaasa and Åbo Akademi University.