Aid Innovation Challenge
The Aid Innovation Challenge aims to find the next big invention that
will help those who supply aid products to developing countries around
The finalists for Aid Innovation Challenge 2013 have been revealed.
There are two categories for the competition:
- Individuals – Entrants might consist of Design or Engineering students or sole inventors.
- Businesses – Entrants might consist of design agencies, manufacturers or suppliers of aid products.
Here are the finalists!
Click the images below to find out more about the individual entries
The four finalists (two individuals and two businesses) will
be judged at 13.00 on Wednesday 13th November in the Workshop Theatre, pitching their
concept to the panel of judges and live audience. The audience will play an important role in asking entrants questions
about their inventions and then the panel will have the final decision,
with the winner from each category named at the show.
Finalists of the Aid Innovation Challenge 2013 will be judged this year by:
The panel of judges is carefully chosen to ensure competition is impartial.
Prizes are determined by category:
- The best individual entry will win a grant to to develop his/her invention further.
- The best business entry will win a free 9m2 stand at AidEx 2014
If you have any questions about the Aid Innovation Challenge, which are not answered above please email email@example.com