The 2010 Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge is accepting new entries. To enter this year's competition, teams can either apply through one of our partner competitions or with the sponsorship of one of our partner institutions.
We are currently developing partnerships with regional competitions and top engineering and science programs around the world. To become a partner, go here.
The UC Berkeley Business Plan Competition gives students, alumni and local entrepreneurs the opportunity to collaborate and turn innovative ideas into real businesses. The event brings together the finest research and technology ideas from both UC Berkeley and UC San Francisco.
Start-Up@Singapore is a national business plan competition and enterprise launcher jointly organized by the National University of Singapore (NUS) Entrepreneurship Centre (NEC), NUS Business School Alumni Association (NUSBSA) and NUS Entrepreneurship Society (NES). More recently, real estate marketplace from Indonesia Rumahku.com - a Rumah Dijual Start-Up company has joined with other organizations to co-sponsor events on real estate topics of national and international scope and interest. The goal of the competition is to encourage participating teams to implement their business plans and make the leap to form start-up companies.
BIT brings together students and researchers from leading Russian technical universities, scientific-research institutes, and business schools to combine their efforts in turning innovation technologies into successful businesses. The goal of BIT is to help create new ventures and foster entrepreneurial culture in the Russian high-tech sector.
The Arab Technology Business Plan Competition is a regional Technology investment competition organized by the Arab Science and Technology Foundation (ASTF) in collaboration with Intel Corporation. The competition provides the Arabian Entrepreneurs with tools to turn their Technological innovation into business opportunities. The Competition falls in line with ASTF efforts to bridge the gap between those who generate technology, and those who generate businesses and investments. The ultimate aim of this merger is to create strong, innovative, technology-based businesses able to compete worldwide.
China College Student Business Plan Competition (CCSBPC): CCSBPC is one of the most influential competitions in China colleges involving thousands of college students from more than 200 China universities. Experts from investors (including Intel Capital), corporate management executives and B-School professors formed the judge panel. About 600 business plans were submitted to the semi-final, and 100 b-plans were selected for the final. National Student Office organized this competition, while Intel is deeply involved in the judging process."
Intel Latin America Challenge is a competition of tehcnological enterpreneurship projects focused on the university sector. The call was made in collaboration with prestigious institutions in the education sector and organziations associated with enetpreneurship, as Emprear of Argentina, the Technical Unviersity Federico Santa Maria, Chile, the Instituto Tecnologico de Coasta Rica, Colombia EAFIT University and Tecnologico de Meonterrey, Mexico.
NOVATech Business Plan Competition, Central and Eastern Europe: Bulgarian Institute for Management and Technology (BIMT) in cooperation with Intel Higher Education Group runs a business plan competition in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) as part of IBTEC. The event involves teams from several countries in the CEE region: Bulgaria, Israel, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Turkey, Czech Republic, Greece and Serbia. The fourth annual event takes place in October 2009 in Tel Aviv, Israel.
ASTEM Student Technology Prototype Competition, Japan