Stage One - Student teams meet on-line and work together to create their team identity - a name and a logotype.
Stage Two - Student teams will work online to solve a challenge at the 2-days Innovation Challenge – an entry to the Digital Entrepreneurship project. Detailed instructions and materials will be distributed to all registered teams.
Stage Three - Following the Innovation Tournament student teams will have to further develop their proposed solutions into a concept paper. The focus will be on innovation, business tools and collaboration. Teams will be using the project resources and participating in interactive online sessions delivered by business volunteers. Detailed instructions and materials will be distributed to all registered teams.
Stage Four – Top teams will be selected after an online semi-final where student teams will present their projects to a panel of judges. Teams-finalists with strong potential for their projects to become real businesses will be announced on the website
Stage Five – Top teams will continue working on their projects exploiting tech innovations and supervised by e-mentors. Their work will culminate with an online final where teams will present their projects to experts, the panel of judges and the audience, and the winning teams will be announced.
Stage Six - Winning teams will be awarded with exchange visits to meet their peers face-to-face.