Last cases for Wetskills at Amsterdam International Water Week

Last cases for Wetskills at Amsterdam International Water Week

Wetskills Foundation will organise its international Wetskills Water Challenge in Amsterdam linked to AIWW 2019, like in 2017 and all previous AIWWs. Teams of students and young professionals from various countries will work on real life water cases from government, business and knowledge partners in a two week programme. Their main challenge: to think out-of-the-box and develop innovative, realistic concepts. Each team will present their idea with a two minute pitch, Q&A and the Team’s Poster, during the finals on 5 November (14.45-16.00) as part of the AIWW program. The winning team will be awarded by the jury during the AIWW Closing Ceremony.

 

Do you, as a business, government or knowledge institute, have an interesting case for the water challenge? a case for fresh, young and international ideas? Join this event as case owner and submit your case!

 

Wetskills is looking for some last study cases (Read the leaflet). Go to wetskills.com for more information, and get an impressions of recent events with video’s, case posters and blogs.Do you, as a business, government or knowledge institute, have an interesting case for the water challenge? a case for fresh, young and international ideas? Join this event as case owner and submit your case! Wetskills is looking for some last study cases. Go to wetskills.com for more information, and get an impressions of recent events with video’s, case posters and blogs.

 

25 participants from 12 different countries have already registered for participation. They will stay and work in both Rotterdam and Amsterdam. All participants will also join the AIWW Future Water Leaders Program.Wetskills Foundation will organise its international Wetskills Water Challenge in Amsterdam linked to AIWW 2019, like in 2017 and all previous AIWWs. Teams of students and young professionals from various countries will work on real life water cases from government, business and knowledge partners in a two week programme. Their main challenge: to think out-of-the-box and develop innovative, realistic concepts. Each team will present their idea with a two minute pitch, Q&A and the Team’s Poster, during the finals on 5 November (14.45-16.00) as part of the AIWW program. The winning team will be awarded by the jury during the AIWW Closing Ceremony. 25 participants from 12 different countries have already registered for participation. They will stay and work in both Rotterdam and Amsterdam. All participants will also join the AIWW Future Water Leaders Program.

 

Read More on our website or contact Johan Oost (johan.oost@wetskills.com).

Johan Oost

Managing Director Wetskills Foundation