14. February 2020,

The 8th lab of tomorrow process enters a new phase

The 8th lab of tomorrow process enters a new phase

The test phase of the 8th lab of tomorrow process to decrease plastic waste in Thailand has officially ended. Five of the venture teams with members from Thailand and Europe presented their further developed business models in an online presentation event. During the coming pilot phase, they will now test the first prototypes on the market and are looking for partners and investors. In the lab of tomorrow innovation processes, market-based business solutions for development challenges are found in a co-creative manner.

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