Competition Alert: Innovate and imagine how business can look in 2030 with Agorize  

Has 2020 given you more time to think? Interested in changing the landscape of business with your ideas? Today we are highlighting a competition from Agorize and STMicroelectronics that challenges university students and recent graduates to offer ideas for a better future of work. Deadline of 19 December!

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Image by Malte Lu

The following was given to us by the employer:

 STMicroelectronics invite students from the UK to find creative ideas to rethink their work environments.

Imagine that we are in 2030. The context is particularly difficult, as global warming and the sanitary crisis are major considerations. We are challenging university students and recent graduates to imagine how to make STM a more attractive, innovative, and agile company in one of these 3 categories:


  • Product development: how should we develop products in an ever changing landscape?
  • Customer contact and product promotion: how should we develop customer intimacy?
  • People recruitment and team motivation: How should we recruit new talents and make them cooperate with older generations?


The competition process and prizes

The winners will pitch their idea in front of the top management and win many hi-tech devices (IPhone 12, MacBook Pro…).Improve your professional network, gain experience and insight from a French company (no need to speak French though!) and find solutions for better remote collaboration.

Requirements: You will be a student enrolled in a post-secondary institution or a recent graduate, up to 2 year after the obtention of your diploma. Open to every study field.

Process: submit your idea in a 7-10 slide PowerPoint file on the platform. The best ideas will be selected to enter the mentoring step of the challenge.


Competition Deadline: December 19, 2020. Click here to read more and register.


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