The first Falling Walls Lab Mongolia to take place


04.10.2019 ( 09:00 - 15:00 )



     The Falling Walls Lab Mongolia will take place for the first time on 4 October 2019 at the Conference Hall, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mongolia. Applications can be submitted online via www.falling-walls.com/lab/apply until 22 September 2019.

     The Falling Walls Lab Mongolia is hosted by German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology (GMIT) and organized by Cultural Envoy of Mongolia Mrs. Oyuntuya Oyunjargal in cooperation with Arts & Media Project Management & Consulting NGO (AMPMC) and GMIT. The official partner is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Mongolia.

     For further information, please visit www.falling-walls.com/lab or fb.me/FallingWallsLabMongolia


Arts & Media Project Management & Consulting NGO, Sky Plaza Business Centre, Embassy Street 9, 14220 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Email: info@artsandmediaconsulting.org

Phone: +976 9407 1191

Falling Walls Lab, Falling Walls Foundation, Kochstr. 6-7, 10969 Berlin, Germany

Email: lab@falling-walls.com

Phone: + 49 30 609 88 39 71



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