Unilever invites young people to come up with practical and innovative solutions to some of the world’s biggest sustainability challenges
Building on the success of the 2013 Awards, Unilever is once again inviting young people to come up with practical and innovative solutions to some of the world’s biggest sustainability challenges and enter them in the Unilever Sustainable Living Young Entrepreneurs Awards.
Open to anyone aged 30 or under, Unilever is looking for scalable and sustainable products, services or applications that reduce environmental impacts, improve health and well-being or enhance livelihoods through changes in practices or behaviours.
The Awards, run in partnership with the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), and in collaboration with Ashoka, offer seven young people a total of more than €200,000 (S$338,000) in financial support and individually tailored mentoring. The overall winner also receives the prestigious HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize.
All seven finalists take part in an online development programme and then participate in a two-day accelerator workshop at Cambridge University, UK, where expert help and professional guidance is provided to help them develop their ideas.
The Awards are hosted online at Ashoka Changemakers, a community that connects social entrepreneurs around the globe to share ideas, inspire, and mentor each other, at www.changemakers.com/sustliving2014. Applications are open today and must be submitted by the closing date of 12 midnight on 1st August 2014. Finalists will be announced in late October 2014, with the Cambridge accelerator workshop and final judging in January 2015.
- Start: Wednesday, 9 July, 2014 10:00 a.m.
- End: Friday, 1 August, 2014 11:59 p.m.
- Venue : Worldwide
- Country :Singapore
- Register here
- Organizer : Unilever and Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
There will be Google+ Hangouts / Events happening in the lead-up to the submission deadline. Visit the website for more information.