Teenagers' Business Competition holds online finale

WACCCE 2020-08-25

The final of the World Youth Innovation Forum and Teenagers’ Business Competition, a commercial contest for international youths, was launched online Aug 16, 2020. The event, which lasted three hours and attracted over 100 participants, was independently planned by a team of youngsters from Shenzhen’s Sendelta International Academy.

TBC is the world’s first business competition to support young entrepreneurs after 2000. Based on the quality-oriented education proposed by the Ministry of Education of China, TBC not only guides young people to learn business skills, but also helps them realize innovative ideas by introducing the guidance of authoritative international mentors to them.

The contest was supported by world-class education platforms including China Next Generation Education Foundation, Tencent, SZ DJI Technology Co., Ltd., Mommy Daddy Me, Y-City Global Innovation Exchange, Ivy International Education Technology Co., Ltd. and Global Youth Innovation School. The sponsor of the contest, Sparkling, is a global innovation platform for youngsters jointly established by high school students worldwide. Students from Shenzhen, together with other Chinese students from Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, as well as countries like the US, Austria, Singapore and Canada, make use of the mutual influence among their peers to improve the all-around development of their learning environment.

Several players from more than 20 cities on four continents competed together. After intense competition, the jury selected the following outstanding projects as the winners of this year’s TBC. Save Snacks, launched by Carly and Katherine from Shanghai, won first prize and the highest popularity award. Second prize went to Jian Yuqing, Xue Kexin, Zhang Tianyi and Li Jisen from Beijing for their Alone Music project. Third prize was awarded to Adjus Trinity project, initiated by Wu Shuyan and Tao Xuanru from Beijing. The SSS Plan project launched by Ding Hewei from Shenzhen and the Financial Intelligence Platform project launched by Zeng Sitong, also from Shenzhen, won the Best Innovation award. The Contactless Bus project by Tina Rong from Guangdong and the Ms Lucy project by three US students from Silicon Valley won the honorable mention. Duncan Tsao and George Gao from Silicon Valley won Future Star awards.


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