Brings together firms or products produced by students (age 15-18) running a mini-company as part of their secondary education under the mentoring of their professors and business volunteers. This event is an opportunity for JA-YE secondary school student companies to show off their innovative ideas, to sell their products and services in a public setting and share their entrepreneurial spirit.
Is a showcase of the best student companies of the year from across Europe. Student companies that have won their national competition will compete for the championship. They are judged by a panel of business people on their annual reports, marketing, sales strategy, company presentation, product and/or service.
Brings together the best student companies at the post-secondary level (aged 19 +) from across Europe. These young people are developing companies that offer real products and/or services and are dealing with the everyday problems of starting up a business. Their challenge here is to sell their idea to a panel of potential “investors”, each of whom has a fictional 50000€ to spend.
JA-YE EUROPE INNOVATION CAMP
Is a 24-hour intensive idea generating workshop where students gather in order to address a specific business challenge to come up with ideas which would solve the problem.
Competition encompasses youth-focused technology-based learning activities which helps teach them entrepreneurship and business skills.
YOUNG ENTRENRENEUR OF THE YEAR
Sci-preneurship 24 Hour Student Contest is an intensive experience which engages students from all over Europe in entrepreneurial and collaboration techniques. This contest aims to put ‘innovation and creativity’ with the specific focus on Science, Technology, Engeneering and Maths (STEM) in the spotlight through a partnership between Intel and JA-YE Europe.
YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARD
Each year, thousands of JA-YE Alumni enter into Europe’s economy as potential entrepreneurs. The AMCHAM EU Youth Entrepreneurship Award would leverage JA-YE’s network to identify young people who are in the initial start-up phase of their business and have a business concept with strong growth potential.
Hyundai and JA-YE Europe have launched an initiative that will help young European business leaders of tomorrow turn their dreams into reality. Through the Brilliant Young Entrepreneurs initiative Hyundai will provide financial support to those participants developing business plans with strong potential to become ‘real’ businesses. 15 start-ups from 14 participating countries will have the opportunity to benefit from the investment provided by Hyundai.