Digital technology transforms how we travel. Three companies challenge you to shape the future of tourism. Pitch your idea and prototype your solution in 48 hours. The best solutions have a chance to collaborate with our company partners and receive compelling incentives. The Innovation Days will run in parallel to ENTER 2018 at Elmia Congress Center in Jönköping.
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How might we boost our growth through innovative growth hacking campaigns, new product features or additional services?
During 48 hours participants pitch their ideas and work together to develop prototypes to solve companies innovation challenges.
15:00 Check-In & Networking
16:00 Pitch your Idea
17:30 Team Building
18:00 Register your Team and start to work
19:00 Welcome Reception @Culture Hall Spira: Network with your new team, company partners and mentors
9.00 Check-in meeting (Everybody, K11)
13:45-14:45 Mentoring-Lunch (Lower Foyer)
17:00 Mentoring Sessions
18:00 Update meeting (Team leaders, K11)
Open end Work on your ideas
08:30-09:30 Morning check-in
09:00 Presentation Rami Al Salman, Trivago (K12)
10-12 Mentoring Session
13:30 Submit your presentation, set up your booth
14-16 Prototype Expo
16:30-17:30 Showcase of winning solutions (K11)
Open End Networking
Every student and other entrepreneurial minds.
Nothing. The participation is for free. You only have to register first.
A lot of openness to have fun, creativity, and everything else you need to be creative. Your laptop and presentation material can help you with that.
The overall language is English. If something is unclear, or if you have questions or problems with registration, do not hesitate to ask the Innovation Days Team.
No. Create the teams on the first day of the event. The teams have to be multidisciplinary (3-5 people per group), that means, mix up with people with different backgrounds (economics, design, IT, …).
A jury, consisting of the company partners and representatives of partners and mentors will evaluate the ideas.
Does my idea have to fit exactly to the problem statement formulated by the company partner, or does it just have to fit into one of the categories?
The ideas just need to fit into the of the categories, but if you find a solution for the defined problem statement, you will probably gain more attraction from the corporate partner and the likelihood to win is higher as well.
Each submission will be scored in each round based on the following criteria with a minimum score of 0 and maximum score of 20 points, with the final score being the average of the judges’ scores: