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Finding the right partner through the Seed Fund virtual matchmaking event

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Published Mar 15, 2024

103 participants from all 9 universities met on the 15th of January to present their ideas for Seed Fund projects and look for the right partner to submit their proposals by the 15th of March.

The participants were divided in 48 breakout sessions where they had the opportunity to find the right partner for their project and start working together immediately.

The Unite! Seed Fund aims to maximise the potential of Unite! by providing financial support to innovative, co-creative and collaborative ideas from teachers, researchers and students within the Unite! alliance. The Seed Fund is designed to support the exploration and development of attractive and diverse activities and projects, either to secure the additional funding for a project or to enable collaboration on shared, ambitious and innovative ideas within the Alliance.

Read more about the matchmaking event and the seed fund on the Unite! website

Page responsible:Kjell Carli
Belongs to: About KTH
Last changed: Mar 15, 2024