What will be my time commitment?
As a participating company, you will need at least one contact person to will be available:
– May 19th: From 19:00 to 20:30 – Meeting other companies, team coach, and SBB board
– May 26th: From 14:00 to 16:00 – First training day
– June 9th: From 15:00 to 18:00 – Half-finals
– June 14th: From 17:45 to 20:30 – Finals
What are the financial requirements?
Participating companies are expected to provide approximately €1.500 or a service of equivalent value. As a not-for-profit student-driven event, the Sustainable Business Battle relies on the support of the participating companies. If you are unable to support the event financially, please contact the organizing team to determine or possibilities.
We would like to participate, but we don’t have a business case?
No problem! We are happy to work with you to come up with a business case. The organizing team of the SBB can provide you with potential business cases to act as a starting point. From there we can work together to finalize the details of what the final question will be.
How many students will be working on my case?
Two teams of four students from various universities and degree programmes will be assigned to your case.
How many companies are participating?
In total, 5 companies offer a business case.
Who chooses the winners?
At the semi-final round, you choose the winners. Both teams assigned to your case will pitch their solution to you in a private setting. Of the two presentations, you choose one to move on to the final round.
In the final round, a jury composed of sustainability industry leaders will select a winner from the five finalists.
What happens after the battle?
After the battle is finished, if you are satisfied with the results, we help you and your teams to stay in contact in order to implement their solution into your business.
If you have any other questions, please contact:
Fleur van den Broek – email@example.com
Nicolas Navarre – firstname.lastname@example.org