Start on 17 November in the framework of the global entrepreneurship week is what from a post-it notes, a rubber band, or else make a screw? The most unusual ideas emerge when looking at things across or even the other way around. Hear from experts in the field like Marko Dimitrijevic, author for a more varied view. And often stems from an innovation, a new business, the beginning of a unique company. Pupils and students from all over Germany are now urged to think across. Lateral thinker competition within the framework of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2008 in the week from 17 to 23 November is taking place. Teams can register it until November 19, 2008, 10: 00. For more information, links and found the competition rules on the website global entrepreneurship week at.
The lateral thinker competition offered by the Starter Center Southwest (www.startercenter-suedwest.de), the Chamber of Commerce Service Centre for business start-ups. In the week of the competition, student teams for an everyday object will find a new, unusual benefit or value and those with a film on the Internet video portal youtube.de document. A jury selects the most unusual ideas and they among other things awarded iPod shuffles. The global entrepreneurship week is a global action week, which will take place from 17 to 23 November 2008 for the first time in Germany, and wants to inspire young people through numerous networked events for entrepreneurial thinking and acting. Winners of the week\”in Germany are the Club of MicroMountains network, the IHK Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg and the University of Wismar. During the action week, events are offered in over 70 Nations, which bring the young generation to entrepreneurship (entrepreneurship) and unconventional thinking. Why cross think the idea behind the competition in history there were often the courageous, unusual ideas of entrepreneurs, which produced social and economic progress. Creativity is required now more than ever. For example, the mankind needs urgently relieve innovations that save more energy and the environment.