Enyini yearly organizes the workshop Sustainable Entrepreneurship. In this workshop the students learn about sustainable entrepreneurship in developing countries. How to write a business plan? How to take cultural differences into account? What cultural differences are there? This workshop provides a good basis for a proper business plan.
Joris Naber (owner of Naber Fundamental) provides the six groups of finalists a training in order for them to be fully prepared for the Grand Final. Hereby, the presentations of the finalists are lifted to an even higher level and the students feel more confident presenting their project.
All finalists work with the VideoMatic in order to make a short movie about their project. During the Grand Final, their presentation start with this movie. If you want to see some of these movies, look on our Facebook or on our YouTube channel.
For the trips of the winners of the Imagine School Competition we regularly worked with African Touch. An organisation that is specialized in trips to Kenya and Tanzania.
Foundation Imagine Life Sciences is a non-profit foundation linked to Delft University of Technology.