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Munich, June 19, 2018

On a Roll
The team from SIBI Bad Honnef won the German anniversary finals with its business idea "GrasSwipe," sustainable toilet paper made of grass. Second place goes to the team from Gymnasium Ottobrunn, third place to Internatsschule Schloss Hansenberg in Geisenheim.

Milan, May 30, 2018

International Finals Milan
The team from Deutsche Schule Mailand won at the International Finals in Milan. It convinced the judges with its business idea, "Zanzito"—a blanket that is treated with an insecticide and is meant to protect you from nighttime mosquito attacks while you are sleeping. Second place was awarded to student teams from Vienna, Zurich, and Starnberg.

Buçimas, August 2017

A Helping Hand for Young Entrepreneurs in Albania
How do you read a balance sheet, a profit & loss statement, or an annual report? And how do you start your own business? These were a few of the questions tackled by the students in Buçimas, Albania, who participated in a workshop intended to foster entrepreneurial spirit, courage, and confidence in their own abilities. The local empowerment pilot was supported by the aid organization Nehemiah Gateway.

Munich, June 20, 2017

Social Entrepreneur Award
"An open-air concert after sundown, a trip to the stadium in winter—that can get pretty cold. With Softdrop, you always have a warm and comfortable seat because our heated cushion will keep you cozy warm. In addition, you are contributing to our 'Working Together as Equals' concept with local refugees." That's how Filippo Giuri (15) introduces his team's business idea.

Munich, June 20, 2017

business@school Finals
The SkaBe team captured first place at the German Finals. With their fully functional prototype, an impressive brand concept, and strong margins, students from the Luise-Henriette-Gymnasium in Berlin convinced the judges that their skateboard mount for bicycles is a winner.

Vienna, May 24, 2017

International Finals, Vienna
The team from Vienna's Sir-Karl-Popper-Schule wins at the International Finals at Theresianum in Vienna. It won over the judges with its idea "Lobu"—a service that delivers books from local bookstores to buyers. The judges were convinced by the scalability of the concept and were impressed that the students had already gotten their business idea started.

 
 
 
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