Launch of “Pitch to Policy” competition in Indonesia

2020/08 | Global

Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) in partnership with Monash University and together with IAI, Institute of Architects of West Java is launching a competitive learning programme, Pitch to Policy (P>P). The aim of P>P competition is to improve the sustainability of Indonesian housing, with a focus on solutions for healthy, near zero apartments.  

Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) in partnership with Monash University and together with IAI, Institute of Architects of West Java is launching a competitive learning programme, Pitch to Policy (P>P). The aim of P>P competition is to improve the sustainability of Indonesian housing, with a focus on solutions for healthy, near zero apartments.  

Pitch to Policy (P>P) is intended for active professionals who have feasible ideas how to make change in the built environment, but need some additional training or expert advice. P>P will provide participants with high quality information resources, expert insights and tailored education tools specific to each pitched opportunity. Teams will also attend an intensive 3 day bootcamp that will train the teams to pitch - present their idea in a convincing way. 

“For anyone with a feasible idea or a solution for how to build better, safer and healthier homes, this is a fantastic opportunity to transform it into reality. We hope to see some innovative solutions and breakthrough technologies emerging to make impact on the future of buildings and the wellbeing of their occupants,” says Peter Graham, Executive Director of GBPN.

Participants will pitch their idea in front of the Jury consisting of building experts, engineers, policy shapers and entrepreneurs. Three best pitches will win IDR30.000.000. 

P>P Indonesia edition is for IAI member participation only. Find out more about the competition: http://www.sayembara.iaijabar.org

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