The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

Project NOCCA invites: Circular Economy Hackathon

Time: 18 October, 2019, 17:00 to 20 October, 2019, 15:00
Place: Raja 15, 12619 Tallinn, Estonia
In the framework of project NOCCA, Mektory is excited to invite you to Circular Economy Hackathon which takes place on 18-20th of October at the biggest Innovation Center in Estonia. You will have an amazing opportunity to meet fellow changemakers, solve real-life sustainability challenges and win awesome prizes!

All this under the guidance of best mentors & experts. As a bonus, you will hear inspiring stories from Reet Aus, Mihkel Tamm (Pillirookõrs) and Kristo Elias.

Sign up NOW - the seats are filling up fast!

Who are we waiting for?
All students of Estonian higher education institutions, universities and applied higher education institutions can participate in the hackathon.

At the end of the hackathon, an international jury will select 10 ideas that can participate in the growth and scaling workshops in Finland (Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences) and Riga (Stockholm School of Economics), and an accelerator boot camp in Estonia (Tehnopol).

What's the deal?
1) You will meet fellow changemakers and inspiring people who might become your life-long friends or future business partners.
2) Circular economy is the future of sustainable business. You’ll learn everything you need to get ahead in this field and actually solve real-life sustainability challenges.
3) You will work, eat and sleep in the creative spaces of Mektory - the biggest innovation center in Estonia. Check out the one and only 270 degree Videal ScreenX hall and our new Innovation HUB.

Also, a circular economy pre-event is coming. Stay tuned!

NB! The hackathon will be held in English.

Don't worry if you're not a tech wizard or a circularity expert. Innovation emerges at the crossroads of disciplines.
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The project is supported by the European Regional Development Fund (Central Baltic Interreg Program 2014-2020).