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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

TweetThis! Call for submissions - SEED Awards 2009

Do you have an entrepreneurial or innovative idea that is locally-driven and has great potential to contribute to sustainable development in developing and transition countries? Do you need support to become established and to increase your impact? You could be eligible for the 2009 SEED Awards!
There are 2 ways to apply for a SEED award:
 Apply online. Click here to submit your application online
 Download an application form. Email your completed submission to seedawards@seedinit.org
Before applying, you may wish to read about eligibility criteria, see what previous winners have achieved, and read some of the SEED Research publications on Critical success factors and Key Performance Indicators to help you to understand what kinds of Award Winners we will be looking for in 2009.
If you have any queries, please see the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
- Only complete submissions will be considered. Late submissions cannot be considered. Proposals which are short listed will be offered feedback and invited to submit a more detailed application form in late March 2009. Please answer all the questions on the application form as clearly and concisely as you can.
- If you are unable to submit your application electronically, please contact the SEED Initiative by phone (+49 30 89 00 068 99) or fax (+49 30 89 00 068-15).
- Submissions will be accepted until March 16th 2009. Before submitting your application, you will be asked to complete an eligibility checklist.
The SEED Award 2009 recognizes and rewards two levels of winners:
· 20 SEED Award Winners, which will be announced at the UN Commission for Sustainable Development in New York in May 2009. They will be publicized and profiled through SEED’s network and will also receive support services, worth US$5,000, to help connect them with potential partners and funders.
· 10 Gold Award Winners, selected from the pool of 20 Winners, who will receive the extended ‘SEED Award’ of support services, worth an additional US$35,000, which will be delivered over a period of 6-12 months.
The nature of the support services will depend on the needs that the Winners identify and will be developed jointly with them. Award Winners will be announced during August 2009. In addition to receiving support services, Gold Winners will be celebrated at Awards ceremonies in their home countries.

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