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Challenge yourself in two inspiring days, be aware of the current issues of the world and contribute
to companies by giving them solutions to their problems! Then, Create Tomorrow is the event where
you want to be!


During Create Tomorrow, you can listen to speakers that address the newest innovations of today.
On the 23 rd of April, parallel locations are facilitated so that you can get the chance to listen to the
most interesting topics you like.


On the 24 th of April, you can work on a case study together with a team of 6 to 8 persons and win
amazing prices by giving the best solution to one of the case studies delivered by the participating
organisations! We dare you to come up with creative solutions and perspectives that organisations
did not have themselves. During the thinktank on the 24th, Create Tomorrow is filled up with
speakers, discussions and entertainment that enlighten the world of tomorrow. So, challenge
yourself and your team and participate in the next edition!


With a famous host and entertainment by other well-known speakers and performers, you won't get bored. Afterwards, you can close the day with a drink during the big after party.


The event is fully catered. We provide you of all the needed brain food, like a lunch, dinner and snacks.

Are you coming from far? No problem! We can also arrange you an overnight stay.

Join a fair competition to win.

Create Tomorrow is a competition and we want it to be fair. Therefore, there are some rules that lead to a competition where only the students with the best ideas will win the jackpot.

A team consists of a minimum of 6 and maximum of 8 students.

Every participant is a student of a university or university of applied sciences

You are allowed to have a maximum of 2 alumni in your team. PhD students are considered as students and can fill a team with students, PhD students and up to two alumni.

There are no requirements for the composition of the group. Your team members are allowed to be associated with every institution or study program.