Will you give the circular economy the digital boost it needs? Are you able to provide a smart digital solution for closing product and material resource cycles at large scale? A solution that provides the necessary data, insights and transparency to trigger business activity? Are you creative, smart and innovative and do you think in business opportunities? There is € 750,000 available for your smart digital & circular solution!
The City of Amsterdam intends to issue a competition. The winner is rewarded with a consultation to reach an agreement on the sequel. In total, € 750,000 is available on public funds. In order for us to understand whether the terms and conditions of the competition are realistic, we first invite possible participants ánd possible beneficiaries of digitalization to participate in a market consultation. Do you wish to participate? Please find more information here.
Interested parties are invited to complete the survey by October 25, 12:00 o’clock.
Save the date – 2 November 2.30 to 6.00 pm
Participants to the market consultation are also invited to a joint meeting in Datalab. The session will be organized on Thursday, November 2nd, from 14.30 to 18.00.
The City of Amsterdam, on behalf of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (AMA), in cooperation with the Amsterdam Economic Board, intends to invite parties to participate in an exciting and challenging competition. The competition is initiated with the objective to accelerate the transition towards an economy that is both circular and profitable. Parties with the best vision towards this acceleration and a sound project plan will be awarded with price money and the prospect of the City of Amsterdam being its launching customer. The AMA has the ambition to be the global frontrunner and to lead by example regarding smart solutions to address our increased consumption with limited resource availability.
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Role of the Board
The Board organises the market consultation and supports the competition in collaboration with the municipality of Amsterdam.
This contributes to a circular hub for products and services. Circular purchasing is crucial here.