After stops in Paris and Brussels, the MIT Innovators Under 35, organized in partnership with...
Every year, for 12 years, Innovators Under 35 of MIT Technology Review have rewarded the 35 most talented under 35 innovators, all over the world, among inventors, entrepreneurs, visionaries, or holders of solidary or pioneer projects. Those rewards have crowned Sergey Brin (Google), Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), or Max Levchin (Paypal).
Based on this model, in collaboration with L’Atelier BNP Paribas, MIT Technology Review has organized for 3 years Innovators Under 35 in France. This prize takes place all over Europe as well, in Spain, Italy, Germany, and, for the first time, Belgium and Poland. Selected by a jury of experts, the winners will present their work during an event held in each country, between 9th April, in France, and 15th November, in Spain.
In coherence with is positioning as “The bank of a changing world”, BNP Paribas Group supports a prize which crowns young talents, creating innovations which aim at solving the problems of our society.
Those who want to take part to the Innovators Under 35 Europe can directly apply online.
Through this partnership, BNP Paribas pursues its involvement in a world that is constantly evolving, by supporting institutions that promote creativity and innovation.
After Paris, Brussels and Warsaw, the MIT Innovators Under 35, organized in partnership with