Award goes to application for the visually impared
Giving the visually impaired a chance to be escorted by the help of seeing volunteers – that was the winning business idea in the JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge 2013. According to JIBS Dean Johan Roos, this was the contribution that best matched the school's core values: International at heart – entrepreneurial in mind - responsible in action.
To enter JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge, just submit your business idea, clearly describing why it has the best potential.
More information about submitting your entry will be available during autumn 2013.
All entries are read and evaluated by a jury. The best entries are then selected to pitch their ideas to the jury in a Dragons' Den like evaluation (in December).
The award ceremony takes place on 6 February each year (Lennart Israelsson's birthday). A total of SEK 100,000 is in the prize pool, and the money is divided between the winners. The jury decides the allocation of the money.