IXL Innovation Olympics 2020

Competitions

Business Plan Creative Ideas

Location (s):

  • Online
  • United States of America

Overview

Where some of the most brilliant professionals compete to bring innovative solutions to companies across 40+ industries - the World's Largest Innovation Consulting Competition.

Details

How does the program work?

Innovation Olympics is an eight-week action learning program that IXL Center and the Global Innovation Management Institute offer every quarter.

It is a unique and practical program that challenges business school students to integrate their business knowledge to solve a real innovation & growth issue for a senior executive from a company.

Opportunity is About:


Eligibility

Candidates should be from:

Description of Ideal Candidate:

Requirements

  1. Teams must have at least 4 members.
  2. Each applicant should have a minimum of 2 years of work experience.
  3. Team members can be a mix of current students and alumni from the same school.
  4. At least 3 team members need to attend all client meetings*.
  5. Only one team member needs to register the team.
  6. Have a Faculty Advisor

*Meetings are primarily video conferences or could be face-to-face depending on the location of client/mentor and teams.


Dates:

Deadline: August 14, 2020


Cost/funding for participants:

WHY JOIN?

  • Participants get a mentor from IXL Center. Your mentor will teach innovation methodologies and drive you to excellence
  • Get trained and certified as an Innovation Associate (Level One) by the  Global Innovation Management Institute
  • The experience and training has a major impact on your career , many actually get jobs with their IO sponsor.
  • Have you ever created a concept worth $150 million? A team in the program has, for a financial industry sponsor... perhaps you can too? 
  • Forget the prize money ($4000 for winners & $2000 for runner up). It's all about bragging rights and your school's reputation!
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