Your team must consist of two or three students or recent graduates (graduated less than three years ago).
Ideally, you should try to create a team of people with different backgrounds and expertise. This will give you a broader skill set and help to encourage new ideas. Innovation often comes from the meeting of different skills and talents.
Alternatively, you can join an existing, incomplete team, share your knowledge with the other member(s) and improve your own chances of winning. You can also talk to other people on the website via video-conference or chat, so geography is no obstacle!
Go to Studyka.com to register your team or find new team members.
The Kiabi challenge Kiabi in 3 steps :
You will submit a three-slide PowerPoint or PDF presentation, which the panel will use to select the best projects.
You will be asked to submit this presentation online, outlining your initial ideas and introducing your team.
You will need to upload this document to the platform before 1st of April 2015, 11:59 pm.
Next, you will submit a more detailled presentation PowerPoint or PDF about your project via the platform. You are free to choose the format of your presentation, although we strongly recommend that you include a visual illustration of your project.
For example, you could attach a demonstration video, a functional or visual model, sketches of your project, etc. In short, you can include anything you feel is relevant.
During this second phase of the challenge, two votes will define the 5 teams able to acces the final step.
A vote of the jury: made up of managers and Kiabi's leader. They will vote on your detailed versions of your projects (15 slides).
IMPORTANT: To reach the final phase, you will need to upload two separate elements:
- An executive summary of your project in maximum 1 page in PDF format. This document has to be uploaded before April, 26 (11.59 p.m. Paris Time Zone) directly on the platform. The co-workers vote will start the day after.
- A thorough presentation of your project that can be discovered and understood in less than 15 slides Powerpoint or PDF. This document has to be uploaded before May, 3 (11.59 p.m. Paris Time Zone) on your teamspace.
The panel will assess each entry and five teams will be selected to attend the final in late May 2015. The final ranking will be decided once the finalists have pitched their projects to the panel of Allianz managers.
You will have 10 minutes to present the major aspects of your project. There will then be a five-minute question and answer session. You'll need to be clear, concise, precise and persuasive!
Your entry will be assessed against the following criteria:
Originality of your project
Impact and relevance