Vlerick Business School supports the Accenture Innovation Award 2013

The purpose of the Accenture Innovation Awards for Financial Services is to promote and reward new innovative, financial services-related products and concepts on the Belgian and Luxembourgian markets. After a first success in 2012, Accenture Belgium and Luxembourg is proud to announce the second edition. The winner of this contest will be awarded a seat in ‘Entrepreneurial Innovation’, the first track of the Executive Master Class in Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School.

How can you participate?

Performance, innovativeness and potential will be the assessed criteria. To be a candidate in the event, the project has to be:

  • Relevant in the Financial Services industry
  • Live on the Belgian and/or Luxembourgian market –including in pilot or POC mode
  • Launched after the 1st of January 2010
  • Innovative and relevant for the end customer
  • Preferably part of a broader ecosystem connecting multiple companies

Innovative concepts go through a two-step jury selection process, resulting in an expert jury award and a public voting award.

In order to enter the Accenture BeLux Innovation Awards, candidates need to complete the questionnaire on www.innovationawards.be, and send it back to fs-innovation-awards@accenture.com before October 15th 2012.

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