In this Podcast, Diana Paiva is joined by Breandán Goss, European Accelerator Manager at Tangent, Trinity College Dublin. Breandán Goss is also the lead partner on the Circular Cities ClimAccelarator.
Goss talks about the Climaccelerator sustainable goals and about the programme application, which is looking for talented entrepreneurs to foster the circular economy in urban areas. Goss also explains urban challenges and how ClimAccelarator is working to build a better sustainable environment.
Start-ups for circular economy solutions, Breandán Goss, Tangent
Breandán is the European Accelerator Manager with Tangent, Trinity College’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Centre. He is the lead partner on the Circular Cities ClimAccelerator, a pan-European programme funded by EIT Climate KIC supporting 15 start-up companies each attempting to scale their circular economy propositions. Breandán has over 25 years of entrepreneurial and investment experience built on a firm grounding in public administration, having begun his career with the European Commission in Brussels.
Are you an enterprising @tcddublin undergrad hoping to upskill? Join us for a crash course on a key innovation principle, design thinking, this Tues 12th April at 1pm in Tangent HQ! Save your spot now – no prior innovation experience required?https://t.co/mK0z0d28ax pic.twitter.com/yW7gOj9gDh
— Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace (@TCDTangent) April 7, 2022
About Diana Paiva
Diana is currently interning with Irish Tech News. She graduated from Birkbeck University, with a degree in modern languages and she is currently doing a master’s in Journalism at the University of Roehampton. She has an interest in technology and the environment.
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