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BMW 360° Sustainability Challenge

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Date: June 28, 2021
Venue: Virtual event
Location: Munich , Germany
Target Audience: Canadian start-ups providing clean-tech solutions in a variety of areas of relevance to an automotive manufacturer in such areas as circular economy, sustainable materials, evaluation of the supply chain, and energy reduction solutions.
Sector: Automotive, Clean technologies, Information and communications technologies

Event Description:

German automotive manufacturer BMW has set an ambitious CO² reduction target of 200 million tons by 2030 involving all aspects of the corporation’s products and operations.  A key factor in achieving this target is the integration of latest technologies and solutions originating from the global start-up community.  In order to recruit promising start-ups, BMW recently launched the BMW 360° Sustainability Challenge.BMW’s tech scouting platform BMW Startup Garage is managing the sustainability challenge and offers their proven “venture client” model to allow start-ups to participate as a registered supplier in proof-of-concept projects involving remuneration. The application deadline is June 28.  Selected applicants will be invited to pitch their solution to BMW on July 22 with winning applicants showcased at the IAA Mobility event in Munich in September.

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The Trade Commissioner, Cliff Singleton, specializes in the automotive sector for the German market and can provide information on this and other local events that you are considering, as well as advice on business development in the region. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.


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