Join us at High North Young Entrepreneur contest of 2020 and win 50 000 NOK

Last year, a young american business owner won 50 000 NOK. This year that could be you.

Piper Wilder was one of three finalist to compete of the High North Young Entrepreneur Award at the High North Dialogue conference in Bodø, Norway, last year.

60Hertz is a microgrid maintenance software designed to suit villages, islanded grids, military resiliency grids, as well as non-traditional microgrids—from maritime vessels to backup power for critical infrastructure. As the first microgrid maintenance software on the market, our solution offers template checklists for common microgrid assets, and the ability to upload your own asset maintenance routine.

This was the concept that last year’s High North Young Entrepreneur won an award for. This is why she started 60 Hertz and this is what won Piper Wilder approximately 6 000 Euro.

This year that could be you. Join us at High North Young Entrepreneur contest of 2020 and compete with other young, arctic entrepreneurs about the prize, but also the chance to meet and mingle with world leaders and students from all over the world. High North Young Entrepreneur contest is an international pitch competition of Arctic-related business ideas of young entrepreneurs and start-ups. The overall goal for the contest is to bring attention to the economic potential and special needs of the Arctic areas and to encourage young people of the High North to develop their business ideas.

The contest final is a part of the program of the annual High North Dialogue conference in Bodø. At the final session, three start-ups have an opportunity to pitch their business ideas to 350 conference participants – Arctic experts, and to win financial funding for their business: a check for 50 000 NOK.

Here is how you join: