Join the webinar on the Global Disruptive Tech Challenge 2021

Innovations, Challenge, Aral,

Jan. 8, 2021

Join the webinar on the Global Disruptive Tech Challenge 2021: Restoring Landscapes in the Aral Sea Region.

🗓Date: January 11, 2021

🕧Time: from 20:00 to 21:00 (Almaty time)

 

During the webinar you will:

- Hear about the TechChallengeCA

- Clarify what kind of innovations are we searching for

- Connect with world’s leading institutions and regional organizations and universities

- Get your questions answered!

 

❗The application period for the Challenge closes on 15 January 2021. All proposals must be submitted in English. The selection of the short-listed candidates will occur from 18-24 January by an expert jury; the results will be announced at the end of January 2021.

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🎖The final winners will receive:

  • A monetary award of up to US$4,000.
  • An invitation to participate in a 4-month Mentorship Program with the key partners from world leading venture capitalist firms, accelerators, governments and World Bank officials.
  • The opportunity to share their ideas with a global audience during the live online challenge event when they present their findings and ideas to a panel of prominent experts from top international institutions in a Shark Tank format.
  • Inclusion in a report on key innovations for landscape restoration, to be published online by the World Bank and other prominent partners.
  • A feature in key media outlets in connection with the Challenge, the World Bank and other partners.

 

Sign up for free now by clicking the link bit.ly/2021ChallengeWebinar.

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The event is held in English and Russian.

For more information contact Balzhan Zhumagazina, zhumagazina@dku.kz.

 

This Project is implemented with the support of the Central Asia Water and Energy Program (CAWEP), administered by the World Bank and financed by the European Union, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, and is part of the World Bank Resilient Landscape in Central Asia RESILAND CA + Program. The project is implemented by the Kazakh-German University (DKU) in partnership with the Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) and Plug and Play (P&P).