Applicants are invited to apply for Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2019 which is the world’s most inspiring entrepreneurs innovating in Agriculture, Connectivity, Energy, Health, and Water.
The governments of the Netherlands and the United States will co-host the ninth Global Entrepreneurship Summit in The Hague on June 4-5, 2019, to drive global innovation and celebrate the free-market economy that supports jobs, growth, and transformative solutions to global challenges.
The 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Summit is gathering the world’s top entrepreneurs around five innovation sectors.
- Do you have a transformative tech solution for Agriculture, Connectivity, Energy, Health, or Water?
- Is your innovation more than just a concept, with a functioning, market-ready business model?
- Is your enterprise investor-ready and capable to be scaled up internationally?
- Do you want to join other trailblazers to build entrepreneur-led solutions for the future, now?
GES 2019 offers an unparalleled stage for scale-ups and a chance to showcase their enterprises before a selected group of top investors, founders, funders, experts and policymakers.
Why GES 2019?
- Insight: GES 2019 is a high-energy, big-idea event fuelled by a one-of-a-kind mix of next-generation disrupters, visionaries and innovative policy leaders.
- Impact: GES 2019 creates an action-driven atmosphere aimed at breaking down barriers for entrepreneurs and closing deals that matter to everyone.
- Co-design: GES 2019 facilitates sharing and creating strategies for success with a global peer network, and access to business leaders and government influencers.
- Connecting: GES 2019 supports the building of meaningful, lasting partnerships with investors and decision makers.
- Pitching: GES 2019 curates one-on-one match making, pitch competitions, interactive stages, and unique networking opportunities that get good ideas in front of the right people.
Illustration Photo: In Belgium, ESA Business Incubation Centre-supported start-up company Navtronics is developing intelligent guidance based on advanced satnav solutions tailored for agricultural machinery. By combining satnav signals with a reference station for realtime corrections, the Navtronics systems can provide up to centimetre-level accuracy, preventing double spraying of pesticides or applying improved mechanical weeding in organic farming. Navtronics’s development is supported by ESA Technology Transfer Programme’s Business Incubation Centre Flanders. Copyright Navtronics BVBA