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KPMG Innovation & Collaboration Challenge 2019

KPMG Innovation & Collaboration Challenge 2019

Uncover your potential.

Uncover your potential.

KPMG Innovation & Collaboration Challenge 2019

Buenos Aires Argentina - April 2019

 

Calling all innovative, creative and aspiring professionals!

Are you ready to transform, disrupt and innovate??

 

Are you currently in your second or third year of studies in your undergraduate/Bachelor’s degree program with at least 1 year remaining of your studies? 

KPMG is currently accepting applications for our annual KPMG Innovation and Collaboration Challenge which will be taking place on the 6th and 7th of December 2018.

Should your team be the successful team to win the national KICC round, your team will be flown to Argentina Buenos Aires, in April 2019 (All expenses paid) to represent KPMG South Africa!

The KPMG Innovation and Collaboration Challenge (KICC) is your chance solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.


Embark on a journey of learning, explore new innovations and experience what it’s like to be a professional business consultant.

During KICC, you’ll work in teams of four to explore global issues, tackle big business briefs and even see your ideas make a difference in the real world.

And if that wasn’t enough, the top team per country will join us at the 2019 grand final in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where you’ll have the opportunity to make your ideas a reality.

 

How to apply        

  • Put yourselves into teams of 4 with at least 1 male and 1 female
  • Click on  kicc.kpmg.com to register your team and solve the challenge (Challenge available on the link above and below for ease of reference)
  • Submit your solution online before 29 October 2018 16:30pm
  • Only online applications will be accepted

 

NB You do not need to be signed with KPMG in order to participate in the competition

 

The challenge

What innovations would help to empower people in disadvantaged communities to take control of their own health and well-being?

 

Guidelines / context

Imagine that your client has come to you with this question and they are looking for your team’s expertise. This can be any client of your choice, a profit or not for profit organisation. You should think about a business concept / case / model that you would propose to this client which might include, but is not limited to a new process, technology or service. Key is that it would innovate, disrupt and transform their normal business model.


This solution should empower people in disadvantaged communities to take control of their own health and well-being.

 

What you need to submit:

  • Description of the client (50 words)
  • Description of the problem to be solved (150 words):
    Include a description of the person(s) or groups we are solving the problem for
  • The solution that you are prop ing (200 words):
    Describe how the solution solves the problem and include a description of the value proposition and how value is exchanged (who’s paying and who’s providing)
  • The impact and benefits of this solution (150 words):
    List the benefits and impact of your solution. Think about who benefits? Remember, clients are not always the beneficiaries ·        
  • You can attach one supporting document to make the idea come to life, eg, a video (2 minutes max) or a visual (infographics, rich picture or other visual).

Due date: 29 October 2018 (16:30pm)

 

For any queries kindly contact KICCSouthAfrica@kpmg.co.za

 

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