High School Business Challenge

Ages:High School

Category:Entrepreneurship

Scope:International

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High School Business Challenge is the largest business competition in Central and Eastern Europe addressed to high school students. The first six editions of the contest took place in Poland. The current, 7th edition of the contest will be unique, because for the first time students from all Visegrad Group countries will take part in it: Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia.

 

Participants, during four stages, will face real business challenges. They will have an opportunity to test and develop their knowledge, creativity and soft skills as well as gain business experience. The first three stages will take place in each country and the best teams will meet at the International Final in Warsaw.

 

At the competition each participant can additionally develop their skills during dedicated workshops, prepared in cooperation with leading companies from such industries as consulting, banking, insurance or FMCG, as well as representatives of thriving family businesses. The project is an amazing opportunity to learn, gather useful experience and meet young people from other European countries during the International Final in Warsaw.

The only thing you have to do is to register your team through this registration form before the deadline, which is stated in our terms and conditions. You also have to find yourself a ‘mentor’ – an adult person that will help you with preparations. HSBC is divided into 4 separate stages. The first stage is an Internet-based test with 25 multiple-choices questions. During the next three stages the contesting teams have to cope with various business case studies. More details about each stage can be found here.

High School Business Challenge Award

Team Award.

Financial prizes are awarded as early as the National stage – the winning team receives €500, the second place holders €250 and the third place holders €150. But if you and your team beat their colleagues from other countries and win the HSBC 2021, you will receive a prize of up to €2400!

Website: https://businessismore.eu/faq/

Managing Organization: The European Foundation for Entrepreneurship Development

Contact:

https://businessismore.eu/contact/

Entry Fee: $0

Eligibility:
High School students from Poland, Czechia, Hungary, and Slovakia. Teams should have between 3 and 5 members. The team can consist of people from different schools and cities, but they have to study in the same country. The region to which a given team is assigned is determined by the leader’s school location. Participant may only be a member of one team. A supervisor can be any adult who has given consent.   The duties of a guardian include responsibility for underage participants during individual stages of the competition. We recommend that it is a person who will be able to support you in terms of content in the preparations for the Competition.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

High School Business Challenge is the largest business competition in Central and Eastern Europe addressed to high school students. The first six editions of the contest took place in Poland. The current, 7th edition of the contest will be unique, because for the first time students from all Visegrad Group countries will take part in it: Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia.

 

Participants, during four stages, will face real business challenges. They will have an opportunity to test and develop their knowledge, creativity and soft skills as well as gain business experience. The first three stages will take place in each country and the best teams will meet at the International Final in Warsaw.

 

At the competition each participant can additionally develop their skills during dedicated workshops, prepared in cooperation with leading companies from such industries as consulting, banking, insurance or FMCG, as well as representatives of thriving family businesses. The project is an amazing opportunity to learn, gather useful experience and meet young people from other European countries during the International Final in Warsaw.

Process

The only thing you have to do is to register your team through this registration form before the deadline, which is stated in our terms and conditions. You also have to find yourself a ‘mentor’ – an adult person that will help you with preparations. HSBC is divided into 4 separate stages. The first stage is an Internet-based test with 25 multiple-choices questions. During the next three stages the contesting teams have to cope with various business case studies. More details about each stage can be found here.

Criteria

Awards

High School Business Challenge Award

Team Award.

Financial prizes are awarded as early as the National stage – the winning team receives €500, the second place holders €250 and the third place holders €150. But if you and your team beat their colleagues from other countries and win the HSBC 2021, you will receive a prize of up to €2400!

Participate

Website: https://businessismore.eu/faq/

Managing Organization: The European Foundation for Entrepreneurship Development

Contact:

https://businessismore.eu/contact/

Entry Fee: 0

Eligibility:
High School students from Poland, Czechia, Hungary, and Slovakia. Teams should have between 3 and 5 members. The team can consist of people from different schools and cities, but they have to study in the same country. The region to which a given team is assigned is determined by the leader’s school location. Participant may only be a member of one team. A supervisor can be any adult who has given consent.   The duties of a guardian include responsibility for underage participants during individual stages of the competition. We recommend that it is a person who will be able to support you in terms of content in the preparations for the Competition.

Deadlines

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.