On September 25, Hardik Vachhrajani will share platform with some of world’s leading practitioners to judge final three ideas for Challenge:Future Make.it.Work Competition. “During the past year, competitors have been challenged to develop and implement their solution in order to fight youth unemployment. They had to make it work and test it in real life”, says Dan Croitoru, Competition and Alliance division of Challenge:Future (C:F). The winning team will receive EUR 3.000 Prize to further develop their idea.
During the summit, Hardik Vachhrajani will also address a roundtable on ‘The Poverty and Youth: How new leaders will put the poverty into museums?’. The round table will be moderated by Al Rosenbloom, PRME Working Group Co-coordinator. Other speakers in the panel include, Danica Purg, President of the IEDC-Bled School of Management, Jonas Haertle, Head of PRME Secretariat and Milenko Gudić, PRME Anti-poverty Working Group Coordinator.
C:F is a Slovenia based youth think tank. The event is part of a unique C:F Summit 2013, where a group of exceptional individuals under the age of 30 will come together with educators, business and political leaders to explore global agenda and ignite business growth. This global event will be held in 3 cities of Slovenia – Maribor, Ljubljana and Bled, between 20th and 26th of September 2013. The summit is the pinnacle of almost year-long activities for youth around the world who worked on creating and implementing solutions how to fight youth unemployment, envision new education and increase global competitiveness.
Program also includes meetings with President of Slovenia, Mayor of Maribor and Ljubljana.