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The 8th edition of the annual competition for green business plans is open to sustainable startups from all over the world from 10 March 2014 - 3 June 2014. The winner will receive €500,000 to help bring his or her plan to market. An additional €200,000 will go to one or two runners-up. Entrants can submit their business plans until 3 June 11:59 (noon, Amsterdam time) by registering and submitting their plan on www.greenchallenge.info. The jury will announce the winner on 11 September 2014 at the final in Amsterdam.

To be eligible for the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge, a product or service must reduce greenhouse gas emissions and it should be possible to be in the market within two years. Every entrant sends in a detailed business plan, and an expert preliminary jury will evaluate its viability. After the deadline, the preliminary jury will choose 5-7 finalists. On Thursday 11 September, the finalists will present their ideas in Amsterdam before an international jury of experts...
The 8th edition of the annual competition for green business plans is open to sustainable startups from all over the world from 10 March 2014 - 3 June 2014. The winner will receive €500,000 to help bring his or her plan to market. An additional €200,000 will go to one or two runners-up. Entrants can submit their business plans until 3 June 11:59 (noon, Amsterdam time) by registering and submitting their plan on www.greenchallenge.info. The jury will announce the winner on 11 September 2014 at the final in Amsterdam.

To be eligible for the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge, a product or service must reduce greenhouse gas emissions and it should be possible to be in the market within two years. Every entrant sends in a detailed business plan, and an expert preliminary jury will evaluate its viability. After the deadline, the preliminary jury will choose 5-7 finalists. On Thursday 11 September, the finalists will present their ideas in Amsterdam before an international jury of experts. The competition is an effort by the Dutch Postcode Lottery to bring brilliant, innovative green products and services to the mass market that might otherwise never see the light of day, thereby helping to combat climate change.
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