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Get ready for the RABO Entrepreneur Award!

30 April 2021

Will you be the winner of the Rabo Entrepreneur Award 2021 value of €10.000? Tell us your entrepreneurial story in a Dragon’s Den setting to Groningse Entrepreneurs and investors. Maybe you will take the stage in the Grand Final on the 3rd of June, just like the finalists last year!

The sign-up for the Rabo Entrepreneur Award is now open. You can sign up for this from 15 April 23:59 until the 6th of May 23:59!

For who is the Rabo Entrepreneur Award?

You have to meet the following criteria:

  1. You are a student at the Hanze or RUG and are signed up at the university in the year 2020/2021.
  2. You are following/have followed an entrepreneurial program or minor. (e.g. VentureLab North!)
  3. You are signed up at the Chamber of Commerce.
  4. You can sign up as a team or an individual. With a team it is important that the person on stage is a student at Hanze or RUG.

Prizes

Rabo Entrepreneur Award

  • 1st prize value of €10.000.-
  • 2nd prize value of €4.000.-
  • 3rd prize value of €3.000.-

And other prizes value of €500!

RABO entrepreneur award winners 2020
RABO entrepreneur award winners 2020
Last modified:30 April 2021 2.55 p.m.

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