Three European academic institutions – POLIMI Graduate School of Management, EDHEC Business School, and ESMT Berlin – have launched a competition with the support of Microsoft Italia to address societal, economic, and environmental challenges. The competition, called INNOVA Europe, invites students from bachelor to master’s level to submit innovative proposals that tackle the specific challenges outlined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The competition aims to provide skills and guidance to young students and entrepreneurs who are committed to creating effective solutions to these challenges and shaping a better future for all. The three business schools believe that this competition will generate new products and solutions and foster responsible entrepreneurship, which they believe is crucial to instigate rapid change.
The winning team will receive a prize of €5,000 and incubation services offered by the academic incubators of the partner Schools. The competition is aimed at preparing students for future challenges by promoting entrepreneurship, innovation, and collaboration. The competition provides students with not only learning opportunities but also access to a network that can benefit them beyond the competition.
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