What is the Venture Catalyst Challenge?
The Venture Catalyst Challenge enables Imperial students and alumni, within three years of graduation, to develop an innovative idea for commercialisation.
If you have created something as part of your coursework, have an idea that spins out of your research, or have a project you’ve been messing around with on weekends, then the VCC is for you!
Participating in the VCC is your opportunity to turn your innovative idea into a tangible product. Scroll down to find out more about the programme, how to get advice on your application and what previous participants are up to now.
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Sponsored by P&G Ventures
AI detecting cancers earlier, new kit saving healthcare systems time and money, blockchain preventing drug counterfeiting, we want to hear about it all! Great strides are being made in healthtech, and if you’re leading the charge make sure to apply!
Headline sponsor, Blenheim Chalcot
Blenheim Chalcot is the UK’s leading venture builder, specialising in building digital businesses that transform industries.
Founded in 1998, it has portfolio sales of over £350m, 3,000 employees, and a successful track record of launching over 40 companies across sectors such as IT services and outsourcing, education, software, financial services, sport and media.
For its ventures, Blenheim Chalcot brings more than just investment; it supports businesses from inception to exit through venture building services, such as shared offices, IT, finance, legal and marketing. It also connects ventures with its global networks. The partners at Blenheim Chalcot have held senior roles at Google, Monitor and Capital One and are highly engaged with portfolio companies on a daily basis.
Blenheim Chalcot’s mission is to turn ventures into impactful and profitable companies with sustainable business models – “building gazelles, not chasing unicorns”
Find our more: www.blenheimchalcot.com