Define Your Social Problem
A social entrepreneur establishes an enterprise to solve social problems or affect social change. Social entrepreneurs are needed now more than ever to come up with innovative ideas on how to change the world for the better.
Some of the most prevalent social issues that were addressed by our previous winners are low standards of education, environmental degradation, waste disposal inefficiency and information availability in the production processes. But there are so many other problems waiting to be solved.
Pick an issue that needs to be resolved immediately and provide efficient and innovative solutions.
Note that there are two separate streams of The Social Entrepreneurship Innovation Challenge – one for students and one for professionals.
You can submit your idea proposed or program that already run in the context of social entrepreneurship.
Entry Deadline for application is on 17 June 2022 11.59pm UTC+7
Top 10 selected finalists will be announced on 1 July
Online Idea Presentation from Top10 – Saturday, 8 July
Announcement of Winners – BEST 3 – Monday, 14 July
Winner 1, 2 and or 3 present one more time to an investor – Friday, 15 July
Finalist announced – *TBC
Step 1 Choose what stream you’re competing in: Students or Professionals
Step 2 Register via the submission form button below.
The project must give the information to the main questions:
Who are you/your team? What is the problem you’re trying to solve? Why did you choose this problem? What is your solution idea? How are you planning to implement the idea? What is the timeframe of your project? Is it an ongoing project or an idea? Who will benefit from your project? How this will solve one (or multiple) Sustainable Development Goals? What do you need to implement the idea?
Step 3 Submit a link to your project presentation video.
Video requirements: It must be up to 3 minutes long.
Use hashtags #ResearchSynergy #UCBEducation #Prokompas and #SECHALLENGE2022 when posting to Youtube/TikTok.
Step 4 Submit your project poster.
Poster requirements: PDF, A4 size, landscape or portrait.
Step 5 Add a short description of the idea/concept/program (250 words or less)