YSE: unloc the future - 24 hour business game

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On November 20, 26, and 27 2014 the YSE: Unlock the Future 24 Hour Business Game will take place.

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H.R.H. Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme was asked by the SER (Social Economic Council) to devise a future vision for the Netherlands. In this Business Game he invites students and young professionals to think along in coming up with this vision. What does a circular Netherlands look like to you? What does this mean for the way we sleep, eat, live, learn and work?

PROGRAMME

Within two days teams of students and young professionals with diverse backgrounds work together to come up with innovative ideas for a future vision for the Netherlands. On the final day after 24 hours of pitches all teams present their solutions to the jury comprised of key figures in the circular economy.The winning team also earns the opportunity to participate in an influential think tank on the topic of the circular economy, together with eminent CEO's, politicians, and researchers.

November 14, 2014

YSE: unloc the future - 24 hour business game

On November 20, 26, and 27 2014 the YSE: Unlock the Future 24 Hour Business Game will take place.

GENERATION Y FOR THE SER

H.R.H. Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme was asked by the SER (Social Economic Council) to devise a future vision for the Netherlands. In this Business Game he invites students and young professionals to think along in coming up with this vision. What does a circular Netherlands look like to you? What does this mean for the way we sleep, eat, live, learn and work?

PROGRAMME

Within two days teams of students and young professionals with diverse backgrounds work together to come up with innovative ideas for a future vision for the Netherlands. On the final day after 24 hours of pitches all teams present their solutions to the jury comprised of key figures in the circular economy.The winning team also earns the opportunity to participate in an influential think tank on the topic of the circular economy, together with eminent CEO's, politicians, and researchers.

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December 5, 2019

YSE: unloc the future - 24 hour business game

YSE: unloc the future - 24 hour business game

On November 20, 26, and 27 2014 the YSE: Unlock the Future 24 Hour Business Game will take place.

GENERATION Y FOR THE SER

H.R.H. Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme was asked by the SER (Social Economic Council) to devise a future vision for the Netherlands. In this Business Game he invites students and young professionals to think along in coming up with this vision. What does a circular Netherlands look like to you? What does this mean for the way we sleep, eat, live, learn and work?

PROGRAMME

Within two days teams of students and young professionals with diverse backgrounds work together to come up with innovative ideas for a future vision for the Netherlands. On the final day after 24 hours of pitches all teams present their solutions to the jury comprised of key figures in the circular economy.The winning team also earns the opportunity to participate in an influential think tank on the topic of the circular economy, together with eminent CEO's, politicians, and researchers.

YSE: unloc the future - 24 hour business game

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On November 20, 26, and 27 2014 the YSE: Unlock the Future 24 Hour Business Game will take place.

GENERATION Y FOR THE SER

H.R.H. Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme was asked by the SER (Social Economic Council) to devise a future vision for the Netherlands. In this Business Game he invites students and young professionals to think along in coming up with this vision. What does a circular Netherlands look like to you? What does this mean for the way we sleep, eat, live, learn and work?

PROGRAMME

Within two days teams of students and young professionals with diverse backgrounds work together to come up with innovative ideas for a future vision for the Netherlands. On the final day after 24 hours of pitches all teams present their solutions to the jury comprised of key figures in the circular economy.The winning team also earns the opportunity to participate in an influential think tank on the topic of the circular economy, together with eminent CEO's, politicians, and researchers.

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YSE: unloc the future - 24 hour business game

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On November 20, 26, and 27 2014 the YSE: Unlock the Future 24 Hour Business Game will take place.

GENERATION Y FOR THE SER

H.R.H. Prince Carlos de Bourbon de Parme was asked by the SER (Social Economic Council) to devise a future vision for the Netherlands. In this Business Game he invites students and young professionals to think along in coming up with this vision. What does a circular Netherlands look like to you? What does this mean for the way we sleep, eat, live, learn and work?

PROGRAMME

Within two days teams of students and young professionals with diverse backgrounds work together to come up with innovative ideas for a future vision for the Netherlands. On the final day after 24 hours of pitches all teams present their solutions to the jury comprised of key figures in the circular economy.The winning team also earns the opportunity to participate in an influential think tank on the topic of the circular economy, together with eminent CEO's, politicians, and researchers.

STAY IN THE LOOP

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