Call for Applications, St. Gallen, Switzerland “Wings of Excellence” Award, Focus on Entrepreneurs-Agents of Change

St. Gallen “Wings of Excellence” Award ­­– Deadline: February 1, 2010
Are you interested in entrepreneurship? Would you like to be part of an exchange of ideas with global leaders about pressing economic and societal questions? Would you like to compete for a chance to meet In Switzerland (May 6-7, 2010) with 600 entrepreneurs, top managers, politicians, and scientists from more than 60 nations? To compete, you’ll need to produce a 2100-word essay on one of the sub-topics of the theme: “Entrepreneurs – Agents of Change.”
The top 100 essay contest winners will receive an all expense paid trip to Switzerland for an annual symposium.

The deadline for submission is February 1, 2010; you must be enrolled in a master’s program as of the deadline date.

Currently, there is an age limit to participate -- you must have been born no earlier than 1980. For more information, go to:

Tags: Agents of Change, Call for Applications, Entrepreneurs, St. Gallen, Wings of Excellence Award

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