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Super Challenges | Challenge Brief
The Moola for Amanzi Business Concept Competition was launched in November 2010 and is a competition ‘by young professionals, for young professionals’. It aims to build confidence and partnerships among young water entrepreneurs, help communicate their ideas in a way that makes business sense, and encourage the industry to think a little differently.
The competition, which is is part of a bigger initiative – the Dutch-SA water partnership – aims to generate high quality investment proposals addressing water and sanitation issues and build awareness in the public eye, the water sector and sectors outside conventional water-related industries, so that business can go hand in hand with access to clean and affordable water.
Anyone is eligible to enter – students, SME’s, informal settlement communities, municipalities. Big ideas, small ideas, technological ideas, social solutions, IT solutions, non-profit ideas, any idea in water is welcome. Prizes up to Euro 15 000 as well as support to implement your idea are up for grabs.
Is your bright idea under water?
Shine a light on it by entering your Super Idea below and also at www.waternetwork.co.za
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