Allan Gray Orbis Foundation

2018 National Jamboree

    Jamboree: Ideas born to accelerate

    The National Jamboree squarely focuses on unlocking the power of the Fellowship community. The objective of the event is centred on responsible entrepreneurship – to develop high-impact responsible entrepreneurs who are differentiated through their entrepreneurial mindset. In developing this mindset the Fellows are able to continuously create value and effect change within their areas of influence. Over the course of two days, a process of Open Space Technology is used to maximise the sharing of entrepreneurial ideas in a way that catalyses passion and promotes action. This entrepreneurial event is considered the Fellowship’s annual flagship event.

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    AGENDA

    2018 National Jamboree programme.

    19 July 2018

    Year Specific Events

    Dinner

    Welcome and Introduction of speakers

    Speaker 1: Nelisiwe Magubane

    Speaker 2: Theo Baloyi

    Speaker 3: GG Alcock

    Open Dialogue and Q & A

    Closing Comments and Appreciation

    20 July 2018

    Breakfast

    Road Less Travelled

    Contact eSession - Fostering an Intellectual Imagination (Ideation)

    Tea

    Contact eSession - Fostering an Intellectual Imagination (Ideation)

    Lunch

    Personal Development: Grit and Growth Mindset

    Tea

    Creative Activity: Ideation and Creation

    Dinner

    Creative Activity: Rehearsal

    20 July 2018

    Breakfast

    Road less travelled

    Welcome & Connect Video

    Facilitated session: Connect Camp

    Tea

    Facilitated session: Connect Camp

    Connect Camp 2019 Proposal

    Lunch

    Wellness Speaker - Zena Richards

    Tea

    Contact e-Session - Disruptive Innovation

    Dinner

    Introducing Mentorship Programme (Kyle Bailey)

    Connecting activity

    Final Remarks & Closure

    Connecting Time

    18 July 2018

    Arrival and registration

    Dinner

    19 July 2018

    Breakfast

    Introduction to Future Focus

    Tea

    Visioning

    Values Exercise

    Values Leadership

    Growth mindset vs Fixed Mindset

    Session Reflection

    Lunch

    Leadership Reflective Group Activity

    Leadership Reflective Feedback Activity

    Session Reflection

    Tea

    Future Imagined Overview

    Future Imagined Preparation

    Session Reflection

    Mentoring Session

    Dinner

    Dialogue Session

    20 July 2018

    Breakfast

    The Road Less Travelled: Khula Agri

    Future Focus

    Session Wrap up

    Body Break

    Big Issue Intro

    Big issue- Derek Carelsen

    Big Issue challenge

    Tea

    Lunch

    Big Issue Competition

    Future Imagined Session Overview and Preparation

    Future Imagined

    Tea

    Contact e-Session - Lean Start-up

    Dinner

    Future Imagined

    Session Break

    Future Imagined

    18 July 2018

    Arrival and check in for out-of-towners

    Dinner

    19 July 2018

    Breakfast

    Welcome and Introduction

    Ice Breaker

    Introduction to Design Thinking

    Problem introduction and Challenge Statement

    Understand

    Observe and begin interviews

    Tea

    Complete interview

    Unpacking

    Synthesis

    POV

    Lunch

    Ideation

    Prototyping

    Presentations and feedback

    Awards and closing

    Mentoring Session

    Dinner

    Dialogue Session GG Alcock

    20 July 2018

    Breakfast

    Contact e-Session 1 - Perseverance or Pivot

    Tea

    Contact e-Session 1 - Perseverance or Pivot

    Body Break

    Personal Mastery: Dr Ruth Connelly & Ronelle Plaatjes

    Lunch

    Board the bus to Khayelitsha

    Road Trip

    Visit Silulo Computers Makhaza - Govan Mbeki Road

    Travel to the Spinach King

    Visit Spinach King - Lufefe Nomjana

    Travel to Isivivana Centre

    Isivivana Centre (Fellow Business 1)

    Isivivana Centre (Fellow Business 2)

    Road Trip back to the Hotel

    Dinner

    Year Experience Farewell Video

    21 July 2018

    Breakfast and Registration

    Opening - CEO: Yogavelli Nambiar

    Key Note Speaker - Mushambi Mutumba (Alvitex Foundry)

    Get Social - PA&C

    Jamboree Overview. MC: Thabiso Beau & Mbali Sikakana

    Tea

    Open Space Technology & the Investment Challenge Rubric & Voting

    Open Space Round 1: Opening pitches

    Open Space Conversation Round 1

    Case Workshop 1

    PINC Room prepration for Pitching Candidate Fellows

    Lunch

    Open Space Round 2: Opening pitches

    Pitching and Incubation (PINC) Room Sessions from Round 1

    Case Workshop 2

    PINC Room preparation for Pitching Candidate Fellows

    Tea

    Pitching and Incubation (PINC) Room Sessions from Round 2

    Open Space Round 3 (Wild Cards): Opening pitches

    Open Space Conversation Round 3

    Case Workshop 3

    PINC Room preparation for Pitching Candidate Fellows

    Dinner

    Allan Gray Investment Education Session

    Pitching and Incubation (PINC) Room Sessions from Round 3

    Investment Challenge & Voting

    Year Experience Farewell

    AGEC Session

    Announcements of Final Pitch Candidates

    22 July 2018

    Breakfast and Fellowship Administration

    Overview of the Day

    Association Session

    Pitching and Incubation (PINC) Room Sessions – Preparation and Closure

    Fellowship Selection

    Tea

    E2 Session

    2017 Jamboree Winners Update

    Final 10 Pitches

    Group Photo

    Lunch

    Year Engage Creative Piece

    Prize Giving & Final Announcements

    Departure

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    SPEAKERS

    2018 speaker profiles.

    • Signature Theme

      I am a Counselling Psychologist who is currently employed as a Senior Student Counsellor at the Nelson Mandela University. Before studying further I started my initial career as an educator at a secondary school. Thereafter I worked as a psychologist in a school for students with special needs before proceeding to Student Counselling.

      Dr Ruth Connelly
    • Signature Theme

      My name is Ronelle Plaatjes. I am an Academic Developer and has been a part of the Higher Education body since 1997. I am passionate about the student success and curriculum transformation agenda in Higher Education, especially post #FeesMustFall. Student success is about people, dreams, goals and aspirations! Through seeking interconnectivity through meaningful encounters is giving expression to one of the core philosophical values in Africa – UBUNTU. I am drawn to people and their stories. I believe stories shape spaces!

      Ronelle Plaatjes
    • Signature Theme

      Ipeleng Merafe is a 30 year old professional dancer and theatre performer from Johannesburg. In 2006 Ipeleng Merafe was accepted into the Cape Academy of Performing Arts. During her 4 years of studies at the Academy she obtained a diploma in Contemporary Dance and Theatre Related Studies. Whilst at CAPA, Ipeleng was accepted into the Cape Youth Dance Company and then into the Cape Dance Company working with different choreographers. During her time at CDC she performed as a soloist locally, Grahamstown National Arts Festival, and internationally; Salisbury Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Ipeleng performed in Dada Masilo’s ‘Death and the Maidens’ 2012 production and performed as a soloist at Tshwane Dance Theatre, a Johannesburg based contemporary dance company (under direction of Esther Nasser). She performed in 'Private Presley' and 'Queen at the Ballet’ by Bovim Ballet. Most recently, she joined Dada Masilo’s international touring cast of Swan Lake from 2012 to February 2018 (understudying the lead of role ‘Odette’) as well as Dada Masilo's touring cast of Carmen.

      Ipeleng Merafe
    • Signature Theme

      Mushambi Mutuma is speaker and leader in entrepreneurship and business who shares insights on Tech, Entrepreneurship and Innovation in order to build exponential brands and businesses of the future. His high impact company, Altivex Creative Foundry, emphasizes African engagement in tech & digital industries, with the intent to make Africa a leading hub of innovative authority. His connected purpose is to transform entrepreneurs of the future through his entrepreneur development firm, Kairos. Mushambi also has a background in the formation and building of multiple brands and businesses over the past 10 years across Africa and the United States.

      Mushambi Mutuma
    • Signature Theme

      Thabiso Beau is a Fellow of the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation. In 2017, he received a BCom(Hons) degree in Economics from the University of Cape Town and as a Mandela-Rhodes Scholar, he is currently completing a MCom degree in Finance specialising in Investment Management at the same institution.

      Thabiso Beau
    • Signature Theme

      Mbali Skakana is a Chartered Accountant with an MA in Publishing from the University of the Witwatersrand. She works at an independent publisher in Johannesburg and hosts a podcast called Interns' Insider 2 Publishing. Her writing can also be found at the Johannesburg Review of Books in the form of reviews, interviews and short stories.

      Mbali Sikakana
    • Signature Theme

      Dineo Lioma is a med-tech entrepreneur who is driven to make a meaningful impact on healthcare in Africa. She is also the Vice President of the Venture Portfolio for the Association Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Fellows. Dineo holds an MPhil in Micro and Nanotechnology Enterprise from the University of Cambridge and a BSc in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from Wits University.

      Dineo Lioma
    • Signature Theme

      Neli Magubane is the chairperson and director at Matleng Energy Solutions. She is also a member of the Eskom Board. She is an electrical engineer by profession with a post graduate diploma in Business Administration, and has been in the energy industry for 25 years.

      Neli Magubane
    • Signature Theme

      Theo Baloyi is the founder of a Proudly South African sneaker brand called Bathu, Theo is an accountant by profession . He worked for PwC(PricewaterhouseCoopers) for 5 years , 2 years in South Africa and 3 years in the Middle East (Dubai & Saudi Arabia ). Theo aims to Build a shoe brand which Africans can proudly affiliate with.

      Theo Baloyi
    • Signature Theme

      GG Alcock, CEO & founder of Minanawe Marketing, Author KasiNomics &Third World Child. Born white but raised & bred as a Zulu man , GG was raised in a mud hut in one of the most poverty stricken and violent parts of KZN, Msinga. GG’s activist parents raised their two sons in a hut with no running water, electricity or modern conveniences, instead growing up like young Zulu’ boys. GG has been at times a shebeen owner, political activist, community worker, African adventurer and entrepreneur. GG’s passion and current focus is Kasinomics, the invisible matrix at the heart of African informal economies and the people who live in them. Living and doing business in African marketplaces requires an ethos uniquely suited to the informal, to the invisible, to the intangible, GG shares some of the secrets to doing business & entrepreneurship in these informal spaces.

      GG Alcock
    • Signature Theme

      Zena Richards is an Educational Psychologist and Director of the Student Equity and Talent Management Unit at WITS. She has her Master’s degree in Educational Psychology and is currently Completing a PHD. Since 1993 has worked extensively in the human rights, educational and social development fields. She has Designed and implemented holistic programmes to develop the capacity of youth from rural environments, build confidence and facilitate access to higher education. She is also an experienced coach, executive trainer, and is an accredited diversity trainer specialising in anti-racism and anti-sexism.

      Zena Richards
    • Signature Theme

      Lethabo is the Co-founder of Voyc.Ai. She is one of Mail and Guardian's 200 Young South Africans and Inspiring Fifty SA's Women in tech.

      Lethabo Motsoaledi
    • Signature Theme

      Matthew is the co-founder of Voyc.ai, a web-platform for design teams that turns conversations into insights. Matthew has an MSc Eng degree.

      Matthew West
    • Signature Theme

      Nkateko Mathebula is a Fellow in business. On a daily basis, she runs Kaytee Automotive Components (parts), Kaytee Professional Services (tax and compliance) and Master Spelling Bee - amongst others. She is a passionate about people development and is determined to change the world.

      Nkateko Mathebula
    • Signature Theme

      Esme has a B.Soc.Sc (UCT) and BA Honours Degree in Psychology(UNISA). She has also completed a Masters degree in Futures Research at the University of Stellenbosch Business School. In addition she has obtained a Certificate in Project Management at the Faculty Training Institute. She has worked as a Recruitment and Selection specialist in the following industries: Financial/Banking, Pharmaceutical, Information Technology, Petroleum and Telecommunications. She is a qualified Counsellor and Facilitator and is in the process of obtaining Enneagram Practitioner Certfication. Esme has filled the role of Key Account manager for an IT Contracting company and was appointed as Cape Town Branch Manager of their Professional Services Division which specialized in Project and Programme Management before joining the Smartsource Change Management team.

      Esme Thwaits
    • Signature Theme

      After completing his studies in Finance and Accounting at the University of Cape Town, Ben gained corporate experience as an M&A investment banker at J.P. Morgan Chase in Johannesburg. Ben left the bank in 2015 to found HouseME, having previously started a number of other, smaller ventures. Ben is an Allan Gray Orbis Foundation Fellow and has had his work published by Flux Trends. He also represented South Africa in the CFA Challenge in 2014 and has been part of a number of entrepreneurial delegations around the world. Ben is the Chief Executive of HouseME which has expanded from a two-man startup into a national company over the last 18 months.

      Ben Shaw
    • Signature Theme
      Karidas Tshintsholo
    • Signature Theme

      Matthew Piper is a designer and artist at heart, studying towards a 3 year Finance and Economics degree which has taken 5 years to complete, has studied at the University of Cape Town, University of British Columbia, and is currently completing his studies at WITS university part-time while running two businesses. MoneyTree Group, a company with a vision of creating a financially inclusive world. The company was founded in 2013 originally with media and publishing services, and now runs some of SA's largest financial education campaigns through its ``Student Investor`` program with clients such as the Banking Association of South Africa, Old Mutual, Sanlam and others. KHULA Agri, an agri-tech company building supply chain technology for emerging farmers in Africa. KHULA currently offers a mobile marketplace as well as logistics services to 200+ farmers in South Africa.

      Matthew Piper
    • Signature Theme

      Successful, mediocre and failed-three-times entrepreneur. Mobile Applications, Alternate Housing, Unemployed Young People.

      Faatin Bux
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    TALENT

    2018 talent profiles.

    • Signature Theme

      Fellowship Director

      Nontobeko Mabizela
    • Signature Theme

      Fellowship Manager

      Lethabo Tloubatla
    • Signature Theme

      Fellowship Manager

      Chris Maiketso
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Amy Underwood
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Jehan Chikte
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Joan Krige
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Letitia Wilson
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Janine Jansen
    • Signature Theme

      Fellowship Programme Officer

      Vuyo Mbotwe
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Mlungisi Zuma
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Landi Mashiloane
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Nyakallo Merafe
    • Signature Theme

      Personal Leadership Programme Officer

      Mbali Mphande
    • Signature Theme

      Curriculum Specialist

      Kira Koopman
    • Signature Theme

      Curriculum Specialist

      Warren Cronje
    • Signature Theme

      Public Affairs & Communication Officer

      Jani Landman
    • Signature Theme

      Public Affairs & Communication Manager

      Lauren Maree
    • Signature Theme

      Public Affairs & Communication Director

      Nontando Mthethwa
    • Signature Theme

      Chief Executive Officer

      Yogavelli Nambiar
    • Signature Theme

      Events & Logistics

      Candice Sebastian
    • Signature Theme

      Events & Logistics

      Ntokozo Shabalala
    • Signature Theme

      Events & Logistics

      Johanna Letlhogela
    • Signature Theme

      Entrepreneurial Leadership Officer

      Kelebogile Sephoti
    • Signature Theme

      Entrepreneurial Leadership Officer

      Mashudu Madzhie
    • Signature Theme

      Entrepreneurial Leadership Officer

      JD Nel
    • Signature Theme

      Entrepreneurial Leadership Officer

      Phumlani Nkontwana
    • Signature Theme

      Entrepreneurial Leadership Officer

      Zazi Makapela
    • Signature Theme

      Entrepreneurial Leadership Officer

      Ntokozo Sibiya
    • Signature Theme

      Fellowship Selection Officer

      Sihle Mofokeng
    • Signature Theme

      Association Director

      Daniel Hampton
    • Signature Theme

      Association Community Manager

      Wande Madikane
    • Signature Theme

      Scholarship Manager

      Ricardo Johnson
    • Signature Theme

      Scholarship Development Officer

      Kholofelo Mashego
    • Signature Theme

      Mentor Manager

      Kyle Bailey
    • Signature Theme

      Facilities and Office Manager

      Tougeeda Ismali
    • Signature Theme

      Entrepreneurial Leadership Officer

      Kyle Dodds
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    2018 PITCHES

    2018 pitches.

    • Signature Theme

      A quick, easy-to-use website that produces fitness plans and diet plans that are affordable on a student budget.

      Rory Parker
    • Signature Theme

      ...

      Xabiso Lombo
    • Signature Theme

      TAQA is a company that aims to capture, promote, and preserve indegenous African Languages and Culture.

      Qhawe Bula
    • Signature Theme

      Blockchain and IoT enabled platform for livestock investing.

      Una Singo
    • Signature Theme

      Edible straws as a commercial replacement, as well as a novelty item.

      Leila Siljeur
    • Signature Theme

      I buy designed formal clothing from wholesalers which I would be able to sell at an affordable prices for both males and females. I also buy accessories such as necklaces, bracelets, earnings, perfumes etc anything that anyone would need to make their formal night or evening a perfect one and forget for a moment about lack of affordability but embrace their beauty with a perfect smell.

      Tshegofatso Bogatsu
    • Signature Theme

      Electronic tampon and pad dispensers on campus.

      Emer Butler
    • Signature Theme

      A local app-based marketplace to provide profiles of events and entertainment service providers with ratings and exhibitions of prior work and pricing. The customer then selects and books different providers from the app culminating in an easy quote gathering and booking process.

      Craig Eckleton
    • Signature Theme

      Kazi connects these student developers to start ups that are looking for affordable tech MVPs. Kazi assists the student developers in up-skilling themselves increasing their chances of being the most suitable candidates to be employed at firms such as Google. Kazi helps the startup source and manage project developers and the project technical specifications along with the project time line. Start Ups can make use of our easy online tech-quote system which provides a rough estimate for the project. Student developers cost less and therefore we have a competitive advantage in comparison to our competitors by being able to charge lower prices.

      Mihlali Xozwa
    • Signature Theme

      Provision of social media marketing and management services tailored for the needs of the business and their existing and potential customers. This includes generating marketing content that their customers can relate to based on their age, geographic area, and other factors as well as managing their social media accounts on their behalf.

      Phenyo Mabokela
    • Signature Theme

      Societies create a profile, and can manage their membership digitally via a society management system. They can communicate with their members, host events, and share content. They can easily export stats around their members via data management tools. By centralizing the platform around university societies, we aim to engage a captured audience.

      Matthew Piper
    • Signature Theme

      Building bricks made from paper.

      Elijah Djan
    • Signature Theme

      Waiterless ordering system.

      Mitha Vanda
    • Signature Theme

      Create a linking device using an application to link the public transport and the passangers and facilitate the transactions online.

      Muvhuso Mavhungu
    • Signature Theme

      An online platform that allows students to review courses and give personal testimonies.

      Fatima Docrat
    • Signature Theme

      An American-style college in Cape Town to bring capital to Africa (and keep capital in Africa) by offering elite higher education here.

      Samuel Musker
    • Signature Theme

      Build a -figurative- time machine.

      Lethabo Phofa
    • Signature Theme

      Hair braiding machine.

      Botlhari Baloyi
    • Signature Theme

      Cellphone screen protective airbag.

      Sipho Maluleka
    • Signature Theme

      An application that uses geo-fencing technology to send notifications on specials and promotions of subscribed shops to phones within their proximity.

      Thoriso Maredi
    • Signature Theme

      A digital platform and publishing house that is solely focused on using technology to solve these inefficiency.

      Stan Shikwambana
    • Signature Theme

      Insurance package tailored for the taxi businesses in South Africa and Namibia.

      David Haimbodi
    • Signature Theme

      My team and I have created Don’t Fail, a free mobile app that contains a database of over 800 South African past papers (in all languages and for both IEB and DBE) as well as other useful worksheets and materials.

      Colin Kinghorn
    • Signature Theme

      Online system and device for Home Affairs and Traffic Department

      Penang Shirindza
    • Signature Theme

      Creative Economic Hub: A digital and physical platform aimed at improving the Creative Economy.

      Kurhula Baloyi
    • Signature Theme

      Consult and Innovate Startups.

      Ukho Mlenzana
    • Signature Theme

      I run a company called “Capital_Em”, which focuses on developing the artistic talent our youth have in different departments such as: music, dance, poetry, and many more. We do this by offering resources to the young people we invest in, this we do in order for them to reach a larger and broader market.

      Mufunwa Mudzanani
    • Signature Theme

      Joe Clips- a clip that allows a person to self tailor their own pants without cutting it and also allows them to make their pants the size that fits their shoe best.

      Lukhanyo Mgobozi
    • Signature Theme

      I want to invent an app that will act as a ``personal assistant`` to all students at tertiary institutions.

      Trevor Shakwane
    • Signature Theme

      Since increasing expenditure may not be fast enough, I believe we need to innovate within the existing public health space, by removing inefficient processes, such as admin, in our health facilities to allow our limited staff and resources to service our people quicker and in a better way, somehow.

      Sandile Zakwe
    • Signature Theme

      My proposed solution is to create an App/website that will Take in your skill sets, residential location, age and interests and it allocates you to a charity or volunteer opportunity based on your schedule, commuting(location and travel distance) and interests.

      Tshegofatso Maphaha
    • Signature Theme

      I have come up with a business where i teach people how to trade Forex properly.

      Kivaan Naidu
    • Signature Theme

      Create a way to get parents more involved, conveniently at a basic education level.

      Wandile Khumalo
    • Signature Theme

      Group booking for air travel.

      Ndabenhle Ntshangase
    • Signature Theme

      My proposed solution to this problem is a mobile gaming app focused on creating knowledge about Africa's past and present accessible in an interactive way.

      Keitumetse Pule
    • Signature Theme

      A Data mining solution for restaurateers that produces useful information and streamlines processes by allowingcustomers to engage with the business over and above the traditional order-and-pay system.

      Sebusang Lekhuleni
    • Signature Theme

      Online magazine featuring content which explores the intersection between art and fashion, since fashion is an easily accessible art form. Both art and fashion are forms of self-expression, through fashion the gap between art and society can be bridged.

      Tshepang Pooe
    • Signature Theme

      A specialised water purification system that is able to save electricity using natural resources extracted directly from nature to heat and warm water.

      Muvhuso Mavhungu
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    RESOURCES

    2018 resources.

    Open Space Technology Introduction

    An introduction to the idea of Open Space Technology.

    4 Reasons Why Startups Committed to Social Responsibility Succeed

    In the past decade, we have seen startups rise to success from just a few dollars in their pockets, an idea and the will to do good. Their success has taught us there is no longer just one bottom line but a triple bottom line, or the three P’s –people, planet, profits.

    How to sell yourself in 30 seconds and leave people wanting more

    Eight steps to crafting the perfect elevator pitch

    What are the trends driving the future of business?

    It’s easy to be disheartened about 2017 and the year ahead, with the many global problems we read about on an almost daily basis. But while the world undoubtedly faces tremendous challenges, there is much – less reported – to feel positive about and encouraged by.

    5 Ways to Know If Your New Business Idea Will Really Work

    You might have the most amazing business idea ever, but how do you know if it will actually work? Here's how to tell.

    What is the Lean Start Up?

    ``The Lean Startup`` by Eric Ries

    Book Summary

    Lean Startup Summary

    TEDxKnoxville - Bill Peterson

    Lean Applied to Us

    Eric Ries: ``The Lean Startup``

    Talks at Google

    Harvard Business Review; ‘Why the Lean Startup – changes everything.’

    Launching a new enterprise—whether it’s a tech start-up, a small business, or an initiative within a large corporation—has always been a hit-or-miss proposition.

    Social Bootcamp

    The Social Bootcamp is where profit meets purpose. Catalyse your creative brain to solve problems and do well by doing good. The Boot Camp is three interactive sessions where you can start shaping your ideas toward a tangible outcome. Apply your collaboration skills to come up with an innovative solution to a real-world problem.

    Pitching Guidelines

    Download the below document titled, ‘Minimum Evaluation’ in order to familiarise yourself with the judges’ evaluation guidelines.

    Engage - Mars One's human mission to Mars - 2012 introduction film

    Engage - MARS ONE

    Equip - Mastering the impossible | A webseries presented by Xerox

    Equip - Cirque du Soleil's new owners are trying to turn a quirky circus into a strategically savvy business

    Equip - Top 10 Circle du Soleil Shows

    Equip - Cirque du Soleil

    Equip - What is Disruptive Innovation?

    Equip - What is Disruptive Innovation?

    Explore - What is the lean startup?

    Explore - ``The Lean Startup`` by Eric Ries - Book Summary

    Explore - Lean Startup Summary

    Explore - Eric Ries - The Lean Startup - Talks at Google

    Explore - TEDxKnoxville - Bill Peterson - Lean Applied to Us

    Explore - Why the Lean Startup Changes Everything

    Explore - Experiment Board

    Explore - Lean Canvas

    Experience - Lean Startup Lessons: Changing course on a business idea without giving up

    Experience - Learning to Pivot

    Experience - 12 Cognitive Biases Examined

    Experience - How Logical Are You?

    Experience - Pivot or Persevere?

    Experience - How do we really make decisions?

    Experience - Why Slow Thinking Wins

    Experience - Why Do African Startups Fail?

    Experience - The creativity of Dual Process 'system 1' thinking

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    ANNOUNCEMENTS

    2018 announcements to follow.