2017 Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge: applications now open
Today’s PhD students are the drivers of tomorrow’s innovation Australian economy.
The Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge is based on the ‘24 hours for Entrepreneurship’ challenge, a flagship event that has been running in France since 2011.
This national competition put teams of PhD students to the task of designing an innovative and profitable start-up concept, and convincing the grand jury of expert entrepreneurs, scientists and managers, of the viability of their idea.
The event will commence with networking and training activities at 8am on Tuesday 11 July 2017 at the Adelaide Oval. Participants will then have 24 hours from 1pm 11 July to 1pm 12 July to develop their proposal. Following this the teams will pitch their ideas and the judges will make their selections.
For more information on how to apply:
Deadline for application: 12 am, 8 May 2017, AEST.
Notification of outcome: 19 May 2017