Due to unprecedented demand for workshops at business schools and universities across the EMEA region, the deadline for entries to the Ashridge Sustainable Innovation Award is being extended until May 3, 2009. Ashridge, in association with EABIS, and supported by HP and WWF, is running this competition to find the best ideas from management and other post-graduate students on how organisations can innovate to create value from the shift to a low carbon economy.
The author of the best submission as judged by a distinguished panel will be awarded with a cash prize of €7000, a six-month mentorship with HP and career advice from Spencer Stuart. Second prize is €5000 and third prize is €3000, also with career advice from Spencer Stuart. Workshops around the award are led by Dennis Pamlin, Global Policy Advisor at WWF.
For more information about the award, please visit the award website.