The Cartier Women's Initiative Award is an international business plan competition created in 2006 by Cartier, the Women's Forum, McKinsey & Company and INSEAD business school to identify, support and encourage projects by women entrepreneurs.
Have you ever wanted to do an internship with P&G? Were you dreading the process of submitting your application and helplessly waiting for an answer? Then student events are the way to go! Denitsa Kibarska participated in the Beauty of Finance Seminar organized by P&G this January and went home with an internship offer. Read this interview with her to learn more.
|| Now I am working as a full time professional documentary and portrait photographer and winning this competition played a large role in giving me the necessary encouragement to consider this as a potential career ||
The 2nd annual British Heart competition has just ended. More than 800 fantastic images were submitted with entrants encouraged to incorporate red in their pictures and show “what heart means to you”. The competition raised over £3,500 for the Red for Heart campaign, giving vital funds to help the British Heart Foundation continue its life-saving work. Read on to for our full interview with Tom Price, one of the winners, and hear what he had to say about the competition, his inspirations, and his tips for success.
Instant laundry? Ecological detergent? Read on to find out how two students turned their ideas about the future into prize money today!
Students solve real world business issues and build skills at leading edge accounting competition.
Trevis Kurz, a junior at Ohio State University was the 2010 winner of the International Home + Housewares Show where participants explained their concepts and models to an audience of 60,000 manufacturers, retailers and media attendees. Trevis developed a smoke detector designed with the user in mind; put away your step-ladders, now there's an easier way to change your smoke detector's batteries!
Paul-Middelton Walker on the victory of his team in the IDM Competition The Carbon Trust 2010
Farrokh Maherani, an Iranian graphic designer, and Yereem Park, a young architecht based in China, are two of the top winners of Radically Porsche. They shared some of their insights with StudentEvents including what it's like to see your design speeding through the Italian countryside!
Kareem Chin won the title of best delegate in the Harvard Model United Nations 2011. Take a look at what he has to say about how MUN changed his life.
An interview with Willem Fadrhonc, winner of the Shell Energy for Tomorrow Essay Competition 2010.
Eveline Wauters from King’s College London placed second in the ELSA Essay competition “Our rights, our freedoms” 2010.
A team of four wins first at the PeakTime 2011 business plan competition! PeakTime is the ideal setting for businesses and students to meet face-to-face, providing an adequate assessment for everyone – students, universities and companies. Read on to see what steps team Naked Mind took that led to their victory!
Student entrepreneurs from Delhi presented their business plans for societal development at the AIESEC's "Social Innovation Competition".
INDIA: Two teams from Ahmedabad's premier institutes walked away with top honours in an international marketing competition involving 1,400 student teams from 76 countries. A global marketing competition conducted by ESIC Business & Marketing School in Spain was held between July 16 and July 21. A team from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) bagged the first prize while another team from Mudra Institute of Communication Ahmedabad (MICA) won the fifth prize from a list of six winners.
Congratulations to the University of Manchester, School of Computer Science first year students who won the Microsoft's Imagine Cup UK Finals. Damian Walsh, JP Lacerda and Sam Van Leishout won the Software Design competition with their project OVE.
Recently, StudentEvents had the opportunity to take part in the Eureka Week and it was a whole lot of fun meeting and interacting with first year students from Rotterdam School of Management.
To pipe up the fun, StudentEvents held a competition in which the best jumping photograph of students taken will win an IPod! Responses from the students were overwhelming and we have managed to select a winner from the competition. The lucky winner of the Eureka Week Competition is Nicole Lee-On, a first year student from Suriname. We managed to catch up with Nicole who was really excited to have won the competition!
The Student of the Year competition was launched over 10 years ago to encourage bright students to enter the PR profession, and to celebrate creativity and strategic thinking around real-world communications topics. The competition invites undergraduates from any academic area to create a full-fledged communications campaign around a brand or company, which is determined in partnership with the sponsor.
StudentEvents.com has had the opportunity to chat 1-on-1 with finalists of the 2011 Microsoft Imagine Cup! Read on to see how innovation, teamwork, and strategy combined to make an incredible project that is changing lives!