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November 14, 2008 Stanford Global Innovation Tournament - Act now!
The mystery item is…WATER BOTTLES!
We at the Stanford Entrepreneurship Network have just launched the Global Innovation Tournament and invite you to participate! The Tournament is open to student teams around the world.
Your challenge is to create as much value as possible using water bottles. You can use as many as you want, of any size, shape, material, or color, with water or without. Value can be defined and measured in any way you choose. Remember, value comes from actually implementing your ideas and delivering results. To be successful, challenge assumptions, seize opportunities, and be creative! To get started, sign up at http://eweek.stanford.edu/global2008/signup.fft
Have fun and Unleash Ideas!
Tina Seelig and Theresa Lina Stevens
On behalf of the Stanford Entrepreneurship Network, organizer of the Global Innovation Tournament, an official activity of Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Global Innovation Tournament Official Rules
The Global Innovation Tournament is open to student teams from around the world. Teams can be of any size.
Your challenge is to create as much value as possible using water bottles. Value can be defined and measured in any way you choose.
Local hosts around the world will judge and determine winners.
Remember, value comes from actually implementing your ideas and delivering results. To be successful, challenge assumptions, seize opportunities, and be creative.
Here are the logistics:
Sign up your team by Friday, Nov 14, at eweek.stanford.edu.
You have until Monday morning to complete your challenge and create a video of three minutes or less. Note that production quality of the videos will NOT be a judging criterion - it's the substance that counts.
Upload the video to the Entrepreneurship Week YouTube page AND fill out the Submission form on eweek.stanford.edu by Monday, Nov 18, 9:00 AM Pacific Time.
Local hosts will be in touch with you regarding winners in your local area. We will announce global winners Dec 5.
All of the details are available at http://eweek.stanford.edu.