Member Challenges for Startups
In this section you will find all the current active challenges for startups from our corporate and public members.
Reuse & Recycle Matchmaking
Avfall Sverige, Göteborg Stad, Ignite Sweden, Södertälje kommun, Södertälje Science Park, SÖRAB, Telge Återvinning and VafabMiljö are looking for startups, scaleups and SMEs with solutions that can help the society reuse and recycle more products and in new, different ways, bringing more sustainability to the table. Watch this video and find out more!
This is a great opportunity to meet with potential clients and experts to explore possible business opportunities. These meetings aim to find out if both parties are compatible and have a common interest in continuing discussions towards a potential commercial collaboration. The ultimate goal of this project is to test some of these solutions in small collaborative pilot projects.
Can I participate?
Reuse & Recycle Matchmaking is open for startups, scaleups and established SMEs with relevant solutions that can reduce waste by improving the reuse and recycling of products. It can be anything from providing a service or an app that encourages people to recycle more to deeptech industrial recycling solutions.
The only condition is that you are available to attend at least one of the workshops that we will hold for the selected companies on December 6, 7 or 10.
How does it work?
You submit your application before Wednesday, November 24.
20 companies will be selected for the next phase.
We will announce the 20 selected companies on December 1-3.
The selected companies will get an invitation to participate in at least one explorative matchmaking workshop (to be held digital and/or in-person) together with Avfall Sverige, Göteborg Stad, Ignite Sweden, Södertälje kommun, Södertälje Science Park, SÖRAB, Telge Återvinning and VafabMiljö. These workshops will take place on December 6, 7 and 10 at 12:30-15:00.
After the workshop, the organizations will decide with which companies will continue dialogue and call them for follow-up meetings.