A premier event of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), the DECA Idea Challenge dared elementary through university students to generate a new use for paper clips in merely a week! In addition to reinventing the item, teams were to create a video pitch of their new product.
Global Entrepreneurship Week
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2018 (GEW) is this here and entrepreneurs around the world are ready to share with you just what it takes to be an entrepreneur!
DECA Inc. and Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) are excited to launch the seventh year of the DECA Idea Challenge. And the 2018 mystery item is...
DECA is excited to announce another year of the DECA Idea Challenge, a fast-paced experiential learning exercise that dares students of all ages to find an innovative use for a commonplace item in mere days! Once revealed, students must generate a new use for the item. Competing teams finish the challenge by generating a brief video pitch of their new product.
DECA Inc. is pleased to announce this year’s DECA Idea Challenge global winners!
Congratulations to the following DECA Idea Challenge global finalists.
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The mystery item to be used in this year’s challenge is...
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This challenge is one of the most exciting ones out of the whole year!
Discover a bit more about each winning teams’ experiences and gather some advice for next year’s competition!
Congratulations to the global winners of the DECA Idea Challenge 2016 competition!
With 2,000+ submissions from over a dozen countries around the world, DECA Inc. is pleased to announce the DECA Idea Challenge finalists of this fierce competition.
This year, the DECA Idea Challenge soared to 2,048 submissions from 16 countries around the world!
What common, everyday item will you be challenged to reinvent this year? Find out now!