Climate Change Innovation Accelerator virtual design sprint

Published 28/06/2020
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Our Climate Change Innovation Accelerator responds to the potential impact of Coronavirus on the Climate Emergency. We’re looking at challenges specifically linked to reducing the carbon footprint of travel and work.
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The Accelerator will run with a series of innovation challenges to better understand what the potential issues are and will offer one-to-one support to help businesses develop their ideas, access funding and take their solutions or services to market.

Join us for this half day online workshop to look more closely at the potential impact of Coronavirus on the Climate Emergency. We'll be focusing on home deliveries, public transport, electric vehicles and home working to begin with, and are keen to hear from anyone who thinks they can help us define the problems in these areas.

Register to take part if you think you could develop a solution to these problems, or would like to offer up some insight into what the challenges are. Whether you're an academic, entrepreneur, innovative business, supplier or end user - your input could make a valuable contribution.
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The sole purpose of the Innovation SuperNetwork is to make connections to benefit North East businesses. Whether they're looking for finance, solutions to a problem or help to take their business to the next level, the SuperNetwork have the connections they need. Funded by ERDF, the Innovation SuperNetwork supports North East businesses through free events including VentureFest North East, Innovation Projects in a range of sectors and through their partners.

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