August 2, 2012 in Clubs and Societies
SAMM Advertisement Competition 2012 :
Ever wanted to create your own TV advertisements for your friends and
the world to see? Be your own director and submit your advertisement
in the SAMM Ad comp 2012 by 13 August 2012! Selected videos will be
featured on the night of our social event on 16 August and winners
will be announced on that day.
Watch our instructional video on how to create your own advertisement: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPSAtxn1qCI&feature=plcp
- Make a 30-60 second skit advertisement selling anything you desire
- To win, it must be compelling and creative!
- Fill up the entry form on our website:
Prizes: $200 of cash and prizes, vouchers and more to be won!
Submission dateline: 13 Aug 2012
- Must be own work
- No longer than 60 seconds
- No nudity/excessive profanity/stereotyping/abuse of any kind will be tolerated
- One submission per person/team
The Queen’s Entrepreneurs’ Competition is “one of the longest-running and best-known undergraduate business plan competitions in the world” (New York Times).
Under the management of Queen’s Commerce students, the QEC exists to foster innovation and provide aspiring entrepreneurs with opportunities to network with business leaders, further develop their business ideas, and receive the support they need to bring their ventures to fruition. The competition has grown dynamically over the past 25 years.
This year for the QEC 2013, the top 18 teams selected by our preliminary business plan judges will attend the final weekend of the competition in Kingston from January 17-19 2013. There, they will present to panels of business leaders from across Canada and around the world for $25,000 in cash prizes.
Business plan submissions are due by email October 28, 2012 to email@example.com. Please also contact Jessica for any questions you may have about the competition.
More information is available at www.theqec.com
Business Icon® is a premiere business and leadership competition for motivated current university students between the ages of 18 and 25.
This year, Business Icon with be running their 48-hour team challenge in Melbourne CBD from 3pm Monday 23rd July to 5pm Wednesday 25th July 2012. Open to all current university students in Victoria, the 48-hour challenge will see you work in a team with students from your university to set-up and run an entrepreneurial activity in just 48-hours! It is then down to you and your team to work together, calling on your own resources, networks and peers for support. In the words of the great Steve Jobs “Half of what separates the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance.”
Results from the challenge will determine whether you, as an individual, have won a place in the Business Icon final held in Melbourne from 6th to 11th September 2012 – where you’ll be competing against leading students from across Australia. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to join only a few individuals who have had the experience of the full Business Icon competition. Check out our success stories for more details.
Applications close Monday 9th July 2012 – APPLY NOW!
To apply, visit http://businessicon.com/get-involved/team-challenge/
Only aspiring entrepreneurs and those who want great jobs with fantastic prospects need apply
The competition is open to Australian and Malaysian students currently enrolled in an institute of Higher Education or VET. The prize consists of an internship in a member company for approximately one (1) month, in addition to a return airfare from Australia.
The prize is awarded to the student who submits the most convincing and engaging presentation on the topic via essay or storyboard mode.
The Australian Prime Minister, The Honourable Julia Gillard has commissioned a white paper to guide government policy through the so-called “Asian Century”, stating that “Rapid growth in much of Asia will change the social and economic, strategic and environmental order of our world…”
In considering this statement, please respond to the following questions:
- In what way/s might you expect your internship in Malaysia to prepare you for the Asian Century?
- What might be some of the “social and economic, strategic and environmental” issues that we need to be prepared for?
- In your opinion, what are the skill sets required to meet the challenges of the Asian Century?
Applications close July 30, 2012 and no late entries will be considered.
Full details can be found at http://www.mabc.org.my/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=113&Itemid=7
Read about the experiences of 2011 competition winner Simon Liu!