Fitness & Wellbeing Innovations

Creative Business Idea’ Video Competition 2021/22

Our ‘Creative Business Idea’ Video Competition 21/22 programme will soon open for applications. (November 2021)

The idea behind this competition is to encourage creative thinking and innovative among students, without students having to actually produce a product or prototype.

Here’s How It Works

-Students must come up with an innovative new business idea based around the theme of ‘Fitness & Wellbeing Innovations’. Business ideas must fall within the remit of ‘Fitness & Wellness’.

-Students DO NOT have to have a prototype or product made/sold to take part in this competition – it is purely concept based and students will be judged on the innovation of their idea.

-Students must make a short 2 minute video (maximum length) outlining what their business idea is and how it works.

-Students under 16 years old can enter in the junior category.

-Students over 16 years can enter in the senior category

Senior category: Any student appearing in the video clip must also be over 16 years of age at the time of appearing in the video. The video clip should be uploaded to the student’s You Tube account and put on a ‘public setting’.

Junior category: Students should NOT appear in the video but instead use props/animation/slides/narration to pitch their idea. The video clip should be uploaded to You Tube account (with parental permission) and put on a ‘public setting’.

Rules & Regulations:

-Senior Category: students MUST BE OVER 16 YEARS of age at the time of entry and in SENIOR CYCLE to enter. Anyone appearing in the pitch video must also have been 16 years old or older at the time the pitch video was made.

Junior category: students must be in JUNIOR CYCLE and under the age of 16 years at the time of entry. Students should NOT appear in the video but instead use props/animation/slides/narration to pitch their idea. The video clip should be uploaded to You Tube account (with parental permission) and put on a ‘public setting’.

-Entries must be on an individual basis ONLY.

-To qualify to enter a student must be signed-up for the Student Enterprise Programme at their school.

-The business idea being used for the main Student Enterprise Programme (mini company) cannot be used as the idea for this new award. The idea for this new award must be entirely separate.

-Entry deadline: 28th February 2022.

-Entries in each of the different LEO regions/counties will be judged at local level initially and one winner chosen to be put forward for the National Creative Business Idea Award 2021, which will be announced our National Final 2021. The prize for the Overall National Winner is a 500 euro voucher (Senior Category) and 300 euro (junior category).

 

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TIPS & 10 STEP GUIDE FOR STUDENTS TO MAKING THE VIDEO