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oh okay very good so welcome everyone to uh that yep uh innovation uh
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a challenge you know this uh this is a great day for us today we're very
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glad to host you all at this international great challenge uh hosted a yeah
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and so what we're gonna do today is now uh listen to the start ups which will be pitching today
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so what we did now is these all entrepreneurs they arrive there sitting more the front rows of us here today
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coming from all over the world you know we have some here the bravest i guess they
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missed their flight last night they drove ten hours from amsterdam to be here with us
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so a second run across and and of course to all of them today so we
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just find one hour briefing than introducing them to eat yep uh the venue
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over there next three weeks which what they will be uh spending here you know
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developing their m. b. p.s and so what we're going to do today is
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start with a bit of history about uh each of you know so here we have false well
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for yeah a deputy director of the yeah and it's actually the seventh uh addition he's organising
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so you know i'm just here as a kind of a a a stage man but really the whole effort
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really go to false well and the and the it team uh i did yep organising this for so many years
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so over the years you had more than fifty prototypes of which
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over thirteen startups created i think that's really an amazing ratio
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uh and that shows you what the potential of what you can achieve here
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over a three weeks which is a very accelerated a program actually
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um so the most successful ventures you have for example here of for
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them by watch which is really a buyer metric uh identification watch
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which can help you log in identify you know uh so you don't need different badges keys passwords
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so that's a a great story as well as as well as others you'll be able to the program to network
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as well with those entrepreneurs uh so we have two of them well with us today which you'll need through the day
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um and as well connect with them in exchange their stories
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uh and their experience at the international great challenge
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so i see today really there's a three main missions it's about research fundamental research
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there's some of the teams here in the room with us today which have
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their teams at it yet it's also about education and technology transfer
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so i think this is very interesting because as we're hosting these entrepreneurs we're gonna work on some projects
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which are not yet fully established a startups fully established teens they will probably uh maybe
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complete their teams throughout the program a fine tune their business model their prototyping
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and as well connecting a lot with it yep and learn how you can go from
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research firm idea into creating a start of a product a a service and
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maybe potentially you know find some synergies with the eco system around you of idiot
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would mutual fusion and connect with other people in through that maybe enhance
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your own projects bringing some technologies merging your ideas with others
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and maybe enhances will your project throughout the process
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so you know there's a lot of brainpower here use it and abuse it uh with all due respect of course
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and um that's gonna be i think quite exciting so it's not only about workshops
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you know preparing the documents for your startup uh it's also about connecting you to the local community
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a meeting people so do make the best out of that and enjoy the three weeks ahead
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uh in the second part of the room you have a lot of that community which is represented
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for me the up in which you and so you know you'll have time of course to network with them later
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on but there'll also be there listening closely to your pitch sharing their feedback so you know i think this
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the sharing of ideas and don't hesitate you know to to criticising each other as well that i
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think there you really need to work on that you know be sometimes be confrontational mean
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that's how the best ideas can can really be validated and and leads to something exciting
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uh so uh in summary really yeah turning from codes
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ideas into some prototypes for the three weeks
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uh and hopefully create new companies there's quite a few perks as well uh as
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you do these perks of been presented to the entrepreneurs but really it's about
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for example setting up a startup invite a you know for a lot of these companies
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we'll see later on other coming from as far as in the uh or brazil
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uh so in the peaks potentially uh there will be one
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of the projects if it's a focused on health
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tack and ensure tech which can potentially make its way into
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the it looks program which is a sort of a
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for one more elaborate a international create challenge in the sense that the in the peaks is a full long three month
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accelerator which is hosted here at yep as well uh for the good mutual powered by fusion which is really
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dedicated to start ups without which have uh you know already uh start upset the team said
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most of them are beyond the prototyping set testing their go to market and seeking for additional rounds of investors
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so it's really a bit the logical a step between the create challenge
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and then really trying to accelerate your started for the wrong
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a lot of course a good nature and uh i won't go without a detail into this one
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because you'll have nickel you other innovation officer of good mutual presenting their strategy later on
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uh and as well you know network with them it's a great opportunity to be close to
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these large corporates and uh you know if they could to size you criticising them back
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tell them what are they doing around innovation how can you
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potentially a fine stuff find some mentoring find some advice
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uh who can you connect into those companies as well that's very interesting as well throughout the next week
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without further ado the program for the day well we're gonna run into the
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pitch sessions so there's eight projects uh pitching with us uh this afternoon
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uh unfortunately two of them uh i think they're both from brazil there's been some
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travel logistics uh difficulties challenges so they'll still be pitching but by video
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um and the they will each have three minutes uh to bitch so that's
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that's a very very short which in time uh but you know it's um i think it's more than enough to really
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convey their idea the prototype they wanna develop the service they wanna elaborate on and then for you as
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well to have a short q. and a sessions so we ask you during the questions after
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please be very crispy very short it's not a monologue about what
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you think about their industry their technology what they wanna develop
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really pick their brains through some very condensed a question is the more we have
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short questions the more feedback we can get as well from the audience
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uh so thanks again to to the partners around the the eco system of the international great challenge
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there is of course uh yep an e. d. r. there's also some some business schools some startup accelerators
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and uh not mentioned here but of course as well a fusion which has been doing some accelerated programs for the past years
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um so without further ado actually the agenda is quite tight so we're
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gonna snow only call uh the startups up to comment pitch um
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what but before that you know i just put a few smiley faces to show how it's really
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the global into local into martinis so you know the reach of this event
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is a as for me i think very exciting and to be able to
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have all of those uh ideas from all over the world com
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and the try to be enhanced here at e. d. up in athenians what's with and i think that's very exciting so
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again uh you know thanks a lot for joining us to these entrepreneurs making it all the way from there
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so um there is a link here at the bottom sorry i didn't put your code or anything
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uh we very much appreciate your feedback on the pitch sessions so after each pitch you'll
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have some time to log in into that google survey uh fill it in
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and basically there's three uh criteria we look at it's
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the business model the customer validation execution in design
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bear in mind that the startups they're very you know early stage
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so they might not have fully validated the market but i think the idea of this exercise is to collect a bit this
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rating what what you perceive from their pitch go threats with them through the three weeks really focus on some points
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and mainly also have this as a point of reference and do this exercise again at the end and see how much they have evil
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so the link there is a g. o. o. dodgy l. for dual shortcut slash big an f.
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in small seventy four and then small a see if you can sign and
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there will ask you as well to to share uh after each started
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without further ado i'm calling up the team of better skills with my than george and

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