Take the opportunity to run a pilot with our F&B partners to help them reduce Single Use Plastic Waste, and will receive 1:1 tailored support from our experienced Entrepreneurs-in-Residence throughout your pilot journey.
About the program
The SUP Challenge is an Acceleration program launching in Thailand and the Philippines with the initiative to support local entrepreneurs, SMEs, and startups working on solutions that focus on the reduction of Single Use Plastics (SUP) that are applicable to the Food & Beverage industry (F&B).
Up to 10 participants from each country will be selected to join the program with the opportunity to run a pilot solution with our local F&B partners to help them reduce single-use plastic wastes. . Selected participants will receive close and tailored support to discuss, design, and implement their pilot solutions with our F&B partners.
Participants will also have full access to the program’s main activities including: F&B partner pilot matching and support, Seedstars online investment readiness contents, Live capacity building workshops, 1:1 mentorships, and opportunity to secure a pilot grant.
** The program is free of charges **
18 April- 16 May 2022
Selected Participants Announcement
30 May 2022
6 June- 30 September
Initiated by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the PREVENT Waste Alliance was launched in May 2019. It serves as a platform for exchange and international cooperation. Organisations from the private sector, academia, civil society and public institutions jointly engage for a circular economy.
The Incubation Network is an impact-driven initiative that sources, supports and scales holistic innovative solutions to combat plastic pollution through strengthening entrepreneurial ecosystems with a diverse network of key partners. Part of a highly collaborative community of startups and entrepreneurs, investors, partners and programs, The Incubation Network works together with industry players to tackle key barriers to address plastic leakage and advance a circular economy.