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Marketing students invited to a sports business competition

The organizers will arrange and pay a trip to Düsseldorf for ten finalist teams in March 2016

Students in Aalto University and particularly Department of Marketing are welcome to participate in Franz Ideas sports business competition. The competition is organized by WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, a Düsseldorf based business school, and Camp Beckenbauer, a sports business association. Students are asked to develop innovative ideas on how to best leverage digital services and technologies for an Olympic sport. The deadline for signing up and submitting first stage proposals is December 6th.

The organizers will pay for the travel and accommodation for the members of ten finalist teams in March 2016. The winner of the competition will be given the opportunity to pitch their idea in front of top decision makers from leading sports institutions, CEOs from sports businesses, and chief-editors from media at Camp Beckenbauer Global Summit in October 2016. Further information and details are available at: http://www.franzideas.com/

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