Tuesday, 8 December 2015

Super SusChem Contest at 7EIS

This year at the Seventh European Innovation Summit (#7EIS) the SusChem exhibition area will not only feature the latest advances in European sustainable chemistry but also electronically enhanced magic and the chance to win a brand new Apple Watch! But don't worry if you can't get to Brussels by 10 December SusChem is also opening the #iwatch4me #suschemcontest to our blog and twitter followers.

SusChem has an Apple Watch to give away during #7EIS. To get a chance to win you need to take one (or more) of the quiz contests on the Cefic-SusChem Innovation for Growth website. The site covers innovation for Smart Cities, Resource Efficiency and Water - and each section hosts one or more short quiz contests. Completing any one of the contests will enter you in a draw for an Apple Watch!

The quiz contests are fun ways to learn how sustainable chemistry innovation helps society. Why not share the fun with your friends and colleagues using the hashtag #iwatch4me?
If you haven’t already taken our entire set of contests, we invite you to take the rest by going to one of the contest pages above and increase your chances of winning! The competition will close at 14:00 (Brussels time) on Wednesday 9 December.

Don’t forget to tweet your participation using the hashtag #iwatch4me. The lucky winner will be announced at 15:00 on Wednesday 9 December 2015 at the SusChem booth in the 7th European Innovation Summit exhibition area and we will be announcing the winners via the SusChem twitter channel (@suschem) too of course.

To learn more about the wonderful solutions that chemistry has for the significant facing our society today, please explore our Innovation4Growth portal.

Click here to download the full rules of our Innovation4Growth Flash Twitter Contest here!

7EIS
Organised by Knowledge4Innovation, the four-day event is taking place from 7 to 10 December 2015 in the European Parliament in Brussels.

The programme of 7EIS focuses on key-challenges and opportunities in the field of innovation. The summit will host numerous sessions and events on Europe’s grand challenges in the innovation sector ranging from energy to industry, environment and agriculture, the bio-economy, health, transport, safety and security, quantum computing, and the role of regions and cities. It will provide a platform for leaders in various sectors to discuss the policies and instruments required to promote innovation throughout the economy.

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