Origami Capital’s Innovation Idea Workshop & Idea Challenge
Thursday, November 8, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)
Origami Capital Partners, a Chicago-based investment firm with committed capital of $680 million, is launching the Origami Idea Challenge to develop innovative business strategies and to identify new talent. The tournament will be a competition among several of the world’s top ranked universities (including Harvard University, University of Chicago, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, the London Business School, and the India School of Business) and will also include one division for any student, and one division that is open to anyone.
Join Origami Capital Partners for Stone Hearth pizza and other refreshments during Origami’s free workshop on developing innovative ideas. The Chicago-based private equity fund will also be launching the Origami Idea Challenge. In addition to awarding $130,000 in cash prizes, Origami is offering the chance to turn your big ideas into reality and take them forward as a part of the Origami team.
We will be checking all attendee registrations at the door this year. Please bring a printed or smartphone copy of your EventBrite registration and Harvard student ID if you register as a Harvard student. Attendance will be limited to registered guests and tickets will not be available at the door.
Note: Harvard Shuttles have a stop directly across from the i-lab, and you can track the shuttles online here: http://harvard.transloc.com/ If you are driving, please park in the i-lab's lot (entrance on Western Avenue, directions and payment information are here: http://i-lab.harvard.edu/parking).
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Harvard Innovation Lab
Launched in November 2011, the Harvard Innovation Lab (i-lab) serves as a resource for students from across Harvard interested in entrepreneurship and innovation. The programming offered by the i-lab is designed to help students grow their ventures at any stage of development and covering a wide range of disciplines. The i-lab fosters unprecedented collaboration among Harvard students, faculty, entrepreneurs, and members of the Allston and Greater Boston communities.