Betacowork is organizing a Hackathon for young entrepreneurs aged between 18 and 30 years old on April the 7th and the 8th (Interested? Apply here!).
The selected attendees will have the chance to develop a business idea around the theme of food, mentored by experienced entrepreneurs.
On the second day of the event, the participants will have 3 minutes to pitch the project they have been working on for only 1 day and a half in front of the audience and… a jury!
They’ll be judged by a 6 women, expert in different business aspects regarding these aspects of their idea:
- Sustainability (economic, not environmental);
And here are the jury members!
Sarah Godard is a journalist for the business newspaper L’Echo since 2007. Tech-ish and startup enthusiast, she has been following the Belgian and European ecosystems for a few years and listens carefully to pitches. Like, really carefully.
Emna Everard has studied 5 years at the Solvay Brussels School in business engineering.
She is CEO and co-founder of Kazidomi (April 2016), an e-commerce of healthy products selected by nutritionist.
Celine Abecassis-Moedas holds a Ph.D. in Management from École Polytechnique, Paris and a M.A. in Management (Université Paris Dauphine ). She is Associate Professor at Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics.
Elodie works at Co-oking a flexible coworking space for food professionals, entrepreneurs and gourmets. A rental shared kitchen and a growth engine for your food business.
EU Project Coordinator. Project juggler in the EU jungle. Born in Hungary, landed in Belgium. Incorrigible night owl, explorer by nature, fan of Wes Anderson & House of Cards. Always down for a great festival, a pintje and a trip to Lisbon!
She is an art director & owner over 10 years of creative experience in design and web who works with clients in the mobile/tech and food sectors amongst others.