The unique global challenge is open to undergraduate and
post-graduate students aged 18 or over from around the world.
Entries must be submitted by 1st June 2018 and any
innovative wellness product or service will be considered.
Students will be judged on the business viability of their
ideas by a panel of real-world wellness experts, known as the
Susie Ellis, GWS Chairman and CEO, says: “Wellness innovation
is moving at a rapid pace and the competition gives us a chance
to highlight up-and-coming, passionate entrepreneurs who want
to make a difference. Each year, Summit delegates express their
delight in having a ‘first-look’ at new concepts and meeting
the students behind these innovative investment opportunities.”
The top three finalists will be flown to this year’s Summit,
which takes place at the Technogym Village in Cesena, Italy
from 6th to 8th October). They will be
given the opportunity to present their idea in front of a live
audience and compete for the US$10,000 prize money.
There is no fee to enter. Students must register for the
competition prior to submitting their concept