MIT Technology Review, leading publication in science and technology, sets out every year to unveil the next generation of talented change-makers. The result is the Innovators Under 35 Awards, now ready to take over Europe.
Since its creation back in 1999, the Innovators Under 35 Awards have created a community of pioneers all over the world, an incredible network for young innovators to form synergies and drive change. In 2015, their prize events will also take place in six different European countries: France, Italy, Belgium, Poland, Germany and Spain.
Every year, the MIT Technology Review asks top personalities in innovation and technology for help in the nomination process for the prize. Among these key influencers, SoAmpli’s Maz Nadjm. As a member of the European advisory lineup, Maz was invited to suggest some candidacies. The only criteria? They should be Europeans under 35 who are currently disrupting the future of technologies.
— Innovators Under 35 (@Innovators35) February 2, 2015
The awards season will kick off on April 9th, with the third edition of Innovators Under 35 France. Right after, it will be Italy’s turn, with the prize’s 5th edition to take place on April 21st. Belgium, a firt-timer of the initiative, will be next, on May 20th. The 2nd edition of Innovators under 35 Germany is on June 1st, while Poland – a new game player as well – will hand out its awards on June 23rd. Last but not least, Spain; now at its 5th edition, the IU35 ceremony will be included in EmTech Spain, the most important conference on emerging technologies in Europe scheduled for November 2015.
Waiting for the awards season to kick off, here at SoAmply we wish all innovators good luck!
Maz’s profile as influencer for MIT Innovators Under 35 Europe: https://soamp.li/vHdDws