Vote now for your favourite concept in the Accenture BeLux Innovation Awards for Financial Services 2013

The purpose of the Accenture Innovation Awards for Financial Services is to promote and reward innovative, financial services-related new products and concepts on the Belgian and Luxembourgish markets, resulting in a Jury Award and a Public Award. Following a first success in 2012, the 2013 edition has been launched since last summer.

Vlerick Business School is official partner of the Awards and the winner of this contest will be awarded a seat in ‘Entrepreneurial Innovation’, the first track of the Executive Master Class in Innovation & Entrepreneurship.

60 concepts went through a selection process. In December, a jury of professionals selected the 25 most innovative concepts. This Top 25 is now presented to the public who can select the winner of this year’s Public Award. The jury is composed of professionals from the financial sector, among which are Ignace Combes (Chairman of the Vlerick Centre for Financial Services Management) en Vlerick Senior Researcher Bjorn Cumps.

The online voting for the Public Award is now officially open!

The winner will be announced during the main event ceremony on February 21st in Brussels, where Vlerick professor of Innovation Walter Van Dyck will be analysing the various projects.

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