CREATE TOMORROW 2020
The livestream of Create Tomorrow 2020 is available for everyone! Are you interested, but not participating? Feel free to go to the platform and take a look. The participating students received an email to sign in at the platform. They can meet each other and the company in an online environment and the cases will be assigned to the teams.
If you have any questions during the event, don't hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
CREATE TOMORROW 2020: THE FIRST ONLINE EDITION
In these special times, the organization of Create Tomorrow will set up an online edition! On the 29th of May, Create Tomorrow will bring students and innovative companies collectively online to participate in an impressive online think tank! By inspiring speakers, motivating entertainment and an interesting case we challenge you to come up with the best solution. From your home, you could grab this chance to create new groundbreaking solutions for the challenges of companies who want to get ready for tomorrow. If you convince the jury your idea is the best, you could also win the main prize of €1.000! So sign up and be online on the 29th!
UNFORTUNATELY, THE EVENT IN OCTOBER HAS BEEN CANCELLED
The spread of the Coronavirus has been top of mind for all of us. Over the past days, it’s become clear that limiting the number of infections will ask the utmost of our society. With that in mind, we have decided to cancel Create Tomorrow to October 7 & 8.
If you already bought a ticket, this ticket will not automatically be transferred into new tickets for the online edition. The paid tickets for the regular edition on 7 & 8 October will be refunded. The team captains can expect their money back in around 5-7 days. If you have any questions, you can send an e-mail to email@example.com.
To give you a glimpse of the research conducted at the University of Twente related to the four Create Tomorrow themes, a set of research posters is presented here. Each posters contains a concise summary and a cartoon based on the work of one researcher. Text and illustration were outlined during individual interviews with the participating researchers, and reviewed by the researchers before finalizing the posters. The project - a collaboration between Strategic Business Development and cartoonist LUVANE – is an example of how research can be presented in alternative ways to reach a broader audience, stimulating participation of institutes, industries and citizens.