ACCENTURE Enterprise without Borders (EwB) Collaboration Award
The EwB Collaboration Award is presented to the best EwB mini-company participating at the JA-YE Europe Trade Fair, rewarding cross-country collaboration. The winner will have proven excellent understanding of international trade and other cultures, and presented how they utilized it in their international collaboration with other mini-companies within the EwB network.
In order to be considered a candidate for the EwB Collaboration Award it is required that the student company must be fully registered on the EwB portal (www.ewb.ja-ye.org ) – i.e. must have an EwB account and must be listed among the EwB companies on the portal (for more information about registration on EwB portal www.ewb.ja-ye.org (see the EwB Website administration manual)
Criteria for Accenture EwB Collaboration Award:
Overall performance of the mini-company
How the team succeeded in working in partnership with teams from other countries within the EwB network;
How the mini company and the partnership were formed
What innovations they have made within their business
How sustainable and profitable their business idea is
DETAILED CRITERIA AND RULES FOR EwB Collaboration Award 2012
Nicole Stuber-Berries, Consultant Accenture Swiitzerland
Thomas Ruck, Consultant Accenture Swiitzerland
WINNER OF THE EwB COLLABORATION AWARD 2011 - PHYSTICKS from Austria
Physticks from Austria developed a cutting-edge Science software for students of secondary schools with the support of their partners from UK, Portugal and Spain. This software gives students the possibility to improve their skills in science in a simple way and is sold in the trendy design of a USB-Stick in credit-card-size.
The team demonstrated how cross-border collaboration can contribute to overall company performance. The company outsourced some of the English language product development to the UK partner and united with the Portuguese and Spanish partners for distribution and sales