The EIDQ 2012 Innovation Challenge
Last Updated (Sunday, 30 September 2012 09:38)
Written by David Stafford
Tuesday, 10 July 2012 16:26
EIDQ 2012 Innovation Challenge
The EIDQ Association is pleased to launch the EIDQ 2012 Innovation Challenge.
We are inviting organisations to take part in this challenge at the forthcoming Plenary Meeting in London on 15-17 October 2012.
We hope this will prove attractive to start-up businesses and organisations with new products/services as it will provide them with an excellent opportunity to "pitch" their innovative ideas to an audience of the key players in Europe. It is also open to EIDQ Members.
The idea should be new, but tested and preferably with an example of a business case study. It should be related to the EIDQ core business (for example, directory enquiries, call centre activity, location based services, mobile commerce, data and information services) and also the theme of the London Plenary Meeting which is: "How can voice and online models work together?" The idea must be appropriate for the European market.
You will be invited to give an 8 minute presentation to all the participants of the Plenary Meeting followed by some searching questions from a small panel. Participants will then vote on the innovation that they would most likely consider adopting in their own marketplace. The winner will be presented with an award and details will be published to all EIDQ members, on the EIDQ website and in a public press release.
There are a limited number of places and suitable entries will be chosen by the EIDQ Business Strategy group after which you will be contacted with all the London Plenary Meeting information and registration arrangements.
In the meantime, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact David Stafford using the contact details below:
Tel: +44 7885 445715
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