The Sportsfluent project reaches the finals of the Babson Collaborative Global Student Challenge and will represent TBS in the last phase of the competition.

The team, formed by Entrepreneurship Track students Anita Amnzadeh, Théodore Gasch, Rakel Kristoffersen, Arthur Markellov, Jeanne Roy, has made it through the semi-final and now faces the last challenge. In the third round of the Babson Collaborative Global Student Challenge, to be held virtually on May 25 at 3 pm, they will compete against 9 other international finalists.

Three judges evaluated the project along with the students’ presentation and gave them excellent ratings. “This is an excellent idea with great potential and the founders presented a great speech in about 3 minutes, highlighting the most important points for the success of the company,” they told them in the feedback.

The award

As finalists, receiving feedback from entrepreneurship experts could already be considered a prize. Besides, also for being finalists, they will receive a certificate from Babson College naming them as finalists/winners/sub-champions of a global challenge. In addition to this recognition, in case of winning or being runner-up, the teams receive the opportunity to appear in a Babson Thought & Action report, which will reach a global audience.

The winning team members of the challenge will also be rewarded with the Grand Prize: a scholarship to attend a Babson online program taught by expert professors in July 2021.

What is Sportsfluent?

Sportsfluent aims to become a digital platform of reference to connect athletes with sponsors. Athletes and sponsors can register on the website and create their profiles. Besides, Anyone can also register on the platform and become a sponsor by contributing with small amounts.

If you also want to be part of TBS and make your ideas come true, find out more about our Bachelor in Management, our Master in Management, or one of our MSc programs.

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