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    <2019 GYEC Challenge>

Develop an innovative business to clean up marine debris in the ocean or drifted litter on the shore. You are expected to use the latest available technology in your proposed product. You will present your business plan to a panel of venture funders who are interested in investing in the marine debris problem.

Results

▶Winner(1st): OCTET-J, AICJ Senior High School, Japan (BP/presentation)

▶Runner-up(2nd):facian, Doshisha International High School, Japan (BP/presentation)

▶Honorable Mention:Wolf Gang, Multiple Intelligence International School, Philippines (BP/presentation)

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Participants

1.Liberato,Universidade Federal do Maranhão (Brazil)
2.Anoman,SMA Taruna Nusantara (Indonesia)
3.I.D.E.A (Innovational Development Enterpreneurial Association),Korean Minjok Leadership Academy (South Korea)
4.Ignite,Shine Mongol High School (Mongolia)
5.Facian,Doshisha International High School (Japan)
6.OKSEF,Oğuzhan Özkaya Edudational Institution (Turkey)
7.Wolf-Gang,Multiple Intelligence International School (Philippine)
8.Axion,Mongol Aspiration High School (Mongolia)
9.GreatAmbition,Rooyesh Andishmand Farda Educational Institute (Iran)
10.HG Theoria,Hiroo Gakuen Senior High School (Japan)
11.LSU(Lockers Security Underground),Colegio Gaztelueta (Spain)
12.Technnovate,Sekolah Bogor Raya (Indonesia)
13.Se7en,Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (Cambodia)
14.Rainbow, New Beginning High School(Mongolia)
15.CTHD (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon) Korea International School Jeju (South Korea)
16.OCTET-J,AICJ Senior High School (Japan)
17.FEMSCCA(Five Euphoric Metamorphosed Sleepy Cheesy Chicken),Elite Educational Institute – Richmond Campus (Canada)
18.DreamMaker,Ankara Science High School (Turkey)
19.Souno, Hana Daniya Salsabila (Indonesia)
20.Golden Destination, Mathhome of Tehran Institute (Iran)

International Judging Panel:

- Nihat Uyasalli (CEO, Nuhun Ankara Makarnasi)
- Amartuvshin Otgonbayar (Founder, Balj &Purev)
- Bat-Orshikh Erdenebat (Executive Director, Development Solutions NGO)
- Burenjargal Bombish (Program Manager, Save the Children)
- Dede Prabowo (Founder and Executive Director of Alam Aksara Foundation/Director, Atlantis Investment Research Corp.)
- Henry Chen (Executive Vice President, Fortune Valve)
- Ivana Abcejo (Science Teacher, Multiple Intelligence International School)
- JantoV.Sulungbudi (Head of Electronics and Advanced Physics Laboratories at Parahyangan Catholic University)
- Levent Ballice (Ege University, Department of Chemistry, Engineering/İzmir Turkey)
- Mostafa Noori (Manager, Math Home of Tehran & Rooyesh Andishhmand Farda)
- Kikuko Harada (Chief Executive Director, Center For Entrepreneurship Development)
- Kuncoro Pujiraharjo (Teacher,Taruna Nusantara High School) - SY Vanna (Manager, Human Resource Development Department, CJCC)
- Néstor Lázaro Gutierrez (Researcher and entrepreneurship tutor,University of the Basque Country)
- Samuel Bai (Consultant, IvyZen)
- Scott Garrioch (Teacher/counselor, Korean Minjok Leadership Academy)
- Shoko Nishioka (Emeritus Professor, Bukkyo University)
- Srisetiowati Seiful (Executive Director, Surya Institute for the Promotion of Science)
- Syailendra Harahap (President, Center for Innovative Learning)
- Tatsuro Ichihara (Chairman, Neo Material Research Association/Vice Chair of Center of Entrepreneurship Development)


<Comments from Syailendra Harahap, Chairperson of the Internatonal Judging Board>
Congratulations for working on the 12hours challenge, you have all done a great job! All teams have already done their best to come up with an innovative idea and also develop a sustainable business model. The jury have worked hard to select the best based on your understanding about the challenge, whether it is technologically applicable, whether it is a sustainable business model and many more criteria. We hope GYEC can be a start for you to continue developing your idea to the next level. Thank you for making GYEC 2019 a success! See you at GYEC 2020!



Syailendra Harahap Chairperson,
GYEC 2019 International Judging Panel

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