About this event
Your mission is to use your creativity and critical thinking to solve a challenge set by us. You’ll be assigned to a team in advance and by the end of the afternoon, you’ll present a short video pitch and show us how you’d solve the challenge. It’s the perfect way to get to know your fellow E-Lab students and see first-hand how innovation and entrepreneurship work together. And as an extra incentive, we’ll be awarding prizes for the best idea and best pitch.
You will receive a detailed agenda once you sign up
By 11 October:
- Receive your team allocation
- Read the Idea Challenge Handbook
- Choose a challenge with your team
- Introduce yourself to other participants on Slack & Mural
On 13 October
- Challenge mapping
- Building a deck and a pitch
- Pitch competition!
Eligibility: Please note that only current Imperial College London students are eligible to register and participate in this event.
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When will I find out who my team members are?
We will send you an email informing you of your team on Monday 11 October.
What if I don’t like my team members?
Teams will be designed with an emphasis on diversity. Part of the afternoon is also about learning to work with new and different people so we hope that even if you hit a rough patch you’ll be able to work through it with your team.
If you really take exception to your team mates and absolutely cannot work with them, then please get in touch with an organiser and we will do our best to place you in an alternative team.
Is my ticket transferrable?
No, if you can’t attend, please request a refund and cancel your ticket. This will allow someone else to register.
For the event to work at it’s best it is really important that the person identified on the ticket is also the person who attends.