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Create Tomorrow is back on campus

Create Tomorrow, the ‘world’s largest student think tank’ returned to campus today, after a year of absence. Hundreds of students are participating today, to come up with creative solutions for cases brought in by companies and organisations. A photo report.

In 2020 and 2021, Create Tomorrow had to be organized online, due to the corona crisis. This year, The think tank returned, after three years of physical absence.

Students work in groups on cases brought in by organisations such as the Province of Overijssel, NS (Dutch Railways), TotalEnergies and the MST hospital.

So-called keynote speakers during the event are former Dutch politician Wouter Bos, who is currently CEO of healthcare insurer Menzis. And Cees Links, a UT alumnus who is one of the founding fathers of Wi-Fi technology. Dutch TV presenter Tim Senders is the event’s host.

The original plan of the organising committee was to make Create Tomorrow a two-day event. But since ‘the puzzle was too complicated to guarantee the quality of the event’, they decided to stick to a one-day think tank.

This evening, the winning team will be announced, followed by an afterparty that will last until the wee hours. The winning team will take home €4000.


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