Breeze Technologies has won the Nordic Smart City Challenge in the track “Supporting sustainable communities and urban infrastructure“. The Nordic Smart City Challenge is an initiative run by the Nordic Smart City Network and PUBLIC, supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers, inviting startups with brilliant new ideas to present and pitch innovative solutions that will address Nordic cross-regional urban challenges as we transition to a ‘new normal’ post COVID-19.

Imogen Granger from PUBLIC commented: “PUBLIC were delighted with the quality of the startup pitches at the Nordic Smart City Challenge. The challenge jury were particularly impressed with Breeze Technologies due to their excellent pitch and innovative solution monitoring air quality which is a challenge cities are actively working to address in the Nordics.”

As a winner of the Nordic Smart City Challenge, Breeze Technologies will receive mentoring from key individuals in the Nordic Smart City Network and will be fast-tracked to the Nordic Fund Event on the 19th February, where the startup will have the opportunity to pitch their solution and have 1-2-1 meetings with investors. Winning solutions will also be promoted on NordicBaltic.Tech and across PUBLIC’s, the Nordic Council of Minister’s and the Nordic Smart City Network’s channels.