The winners of the 15th business@school European Finals come from Baden-Württemberg

Students from Johannes-Kepler-Gymnasium in Leonberg win the business@school European Finals

"Die Bewegte Erinnerung"—the winning team of the business@school European finals 2013

With their business idea "Die Bewegte Erinnerung" (the animated memory)—special movement DVDs for patients suffering from dementia—Marco Herrmann (17), Steffen Junginger (17), Miuooki Rajaguru (19), Sören Schmidt (17), Nico Vahlpahl (17), and Daniel Wolf (17) were able to convince the panel of judges from the business world at the European finals of business@school and secure the title for their team.

With special exercises using simple sequences of movement and familiar music, the patients are addressed and motivated at the level of old memories. The regular training supports the improvement of physiological balance and thus the wellbeing of the patients.

Silver goes to the team from Nymphenburger Schulen in Munich
Felix Fastrich (17), Maximilian Hackl (17), Eleonore Reitberger (17), and Diana Schöller (17) from Nymphenburger Schulen in Munich were able to secure second place for their team. With their business idea ""—standardized and customizable rehab videos for postoperative care—they were able to impress the panel of judges in the evening round.

The team from St.-Ursula-Gymnasium in Aachen wins bronze—and thus third place
The five students Carolin Arndt (17), Alena Brantin (17), Marie-Britt Braun (17), Nouria Ouarzag (17), and Lisa Schumacher (17) from St.-Ursula-Gymnasium in Aachen convinced the panel of judges with their business idea "Equipacker"—a "one-man loading aid" with which any horse can be safely led into the transport trailer by means of a special harness system.

All participants in the finals enjoyed a celebration together in the evening.