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Swedish contest for smart living innovations starts in Belgrade

SerbiaPosted by Chambers of Commerce Sweden - Southeast Europe Wed, February 26, 2014 10:53:21

Smart Living Challenge SLC is an open international innovation competition designed to generate business opportunities and ideas that foster a sustainable lifestyle in urban environments. This could be products, services and solutions that will make it easier for individuals to live smarter and more sustainable lives. The SLC innovation contest is presented by the Swedish Institute, and is open to anyone interested in presenting ideas on how to make daily life more sustainable. The first presentation in Belgrade planned for March 2014, is organized in collaboration with the Design incubator Nova Iskra and the Swedish Embassy in Belgrade. More info about the SLC program is available at the Design incubator Nova Iskra web site.

The 15 winners will be awarded a trip to visit Swedish cutting-edge spots for smart urban life. There, they will have the opportunity to meet, network and exchange ideas with actors in the Swedish innovation system. The deadline for submitting ideas to the official website (www.smartlivingchallenge.com) is July 1, 2014. All the submitted ideas and further information about the challenge can be viewed at the website.

Locally, a number of workshops will be presented, with selected facilitator from Sweden and local experts. These guest workshops are to be held in 10 different countries, while the first presentation of the program outside of Sweden will be in Belgrade, Serbia, in collaboration with Design incubator Nova Iskra and SwedishEmbassy in Belgrade. The three sessions will be held on March 7th and 8th 2014.

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