90.000 euros of prize money from Eurecan for Europe’s most innovative company. The contest aims to identify, promote and reward the most innovative early stage companies in Europe.
The jury for the competition consists of 17 European level venture capital funds with a total investment capacity of 8.000 million euros.
The event will be carried out in various cities of Europe and the final will be in Barcelona.
In 2007 the winning project was Scytl Secure Electronic Voting, a company managed by Pere Valles.
More information on the site of Caja Navarra.