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***We would like to extend a huge "thank you" to all of the teams who competed in the 2013 Ideas to Serve Competition. There were many innovative ideas, a broad range of topics, and a very high level quality in this year's competition and we were impressed with all of your projects. We hope that all of you, regardless of whether you received a prize or not this year, will continue to work hard toward your goals of creating positive social and environmental change. Your work is truly inspirational!***
The competition is for current Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have early stage product/service ideas or venture concepts that are geared towards creating a better world.
Entries might focus on reducing poverty, alleviating hunger, promoting health and wellness, improving air and water quality, reducing of the rate of depletion of natural resources, or developing alternate sources of energy…just to name a few!
I2S is About Ideas
We believe that all great ventures and organizations begin with great ideas. Therefore, I2S is primarily a competition of ideas where creativity, imagination, and technology are applied to solving social and/or environmental problems.
It is our hope that eventually these ideas will lead to sustainable organizations that are able to generate sufficient income flows to sustain their missions. If the organizations are for-profit companies, the ideas should eventually be capable of providing returns for investors as well.
I2S is About Creating Triple Bottom-Line Organizations
Simply put, I2S seeks to foster the development of organizations that are focused on the “triple bottom line,” showing concern for social and environmental outcomes as well as for economic return on investment.
Find out how the competition works here. Stay up to date on I2S events by subscribing to our email list here.
The Hal and John Smith Family Foundation Hub Atlanta Gray Ghost Ventures Atlanta Tech Village AARP Foundation MaRC Sustainable Design & Manufacturing Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Tedd Munchak Chair in Entrepreneurship
I2S networking event following the IMPACT presentation. Room #101.