Last year was a special edition of the Blue Tulip Awards. After a year of meetings, talks and in-person get-togethers, the finals had to move online due to the sudden COVID-19 outbreak. This year, the competition will be digital from the start: ‘generation 2’ kicks off online, looking for groundbreaking innovations in the themes of Food & Water and Education & Employment. Registration opened today.
‘Greater than ever need for impactful innovation’
“We believe that innovation never stops. New and brilliant ideas often originate in challenging times,” says Frank Rennings. As the Innovation Director at Accenture Netherlands, he is actively involved in the Blue Tulip Awards‘ search for innovation. “Today’s challenges are unprecedented and that the need for impactful innovation is greater than ever.”