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The Peter Drucker Challenge is an annual contest inspiring innovation amongst entrepreneurs, artists and students aged up to 35 years.

It is designed to encourage young people to reach beyond the traditional realm of business – to the Arts and Sciences.

This year’s challenge sees the exciting introduction of video entries for the first time. Entries can be by essay (Tell Me What You See) or by video, (Show Me What You See).

Prizes will be awarded to the 40 best entries, including cash prizes of EUR 1,000 to the first-prize winners in the essay and video contests. In the event a single person wins both contests, the cash price will be EUR 4,000.

There’s still time! The deadline for submissions is July 1. Prof. Lynda Gratton of the London Business School will chair the judging panel for the essay contest. An online public voting system will be used to determine the winners of the video contest. More details on how to enter are here.

Both contests will complement and enrich discussions at the annual Global Peter Drucker Forum. This year’s event in Vienna (14-15 Nov 2013) focuses on the theme of Managing Complexity.

Plus – if your innovative ideas involve low carbon related areas, they could be supported by our innovation voucher scheme. Each voucher is worth up to £1,000.

Good luck!

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