Switch2Product is the programme that enhances the market value of innovative solutions, new technologies and business ideas proposed by current students and those who have graduated in the last three years, researchers, alumni and professors of the Politecnico di Milano. It offers economic resources and consulting services to support the development of innovation projects through technological validation and entrepreneurial acceleration schemes.
Also this year the initiative is open to students and graduates in the last three years, researchers, alumni and professors of the Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi.
This year the prize money made available by the Politecnico di Milano is 210 thousand euros (S2P Grant prize money), with a prize reserved for a project dedicated to fighting the emergency and impact of Covid-19 and services provided through acceleration schemes.. In addition, Partners are offering Special Grants and Special Programmes, i.e. awards, services and specific schemes related to issues of strategic interest to them.
The overall potential value of the prize money is about 1 million euros.
Switch2Product, now in its twelfth edition, is a programme organised by the Technology Transfer Office (TTO) of the Politecnico di Milano, the PoliHub Innovation District & Startup Accelerator and Deloitte Italia.
Switch2Product allows you to access Grants and specific entrepreneurial and technological development schemes, created by the Technology Transfer Office of the Politecnico di Milano, PoliHub, Deloitte’s Officine Innovazione and affiliated partners.
Are you a student, or someone who graduated a maximum of three years ago, a researcher, alumnus or professor of the Politecnico di Milano?
If you have an interesting project and want to participate in Switch2Product, make your application by 30 June 2020.
Switch2Product is an initiative of the Technology Transfer Office of Politecnico di Milano, PoliHub and Deloitte.
*Joule, Get it! Twice and all the partners involved work directly with Politecnico di Milano and PoliHub