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34th IVC 2017            

After months of grueling preparation and rounds of intense competition, the winners were announced on Friday, 9 June.

Winner of Thomas C. Barry Prize: €35,000 + 30 days development support from MOHARA + 3 months incubation space at INSEADERS + introduction to investors + berth to pitch at the IAA UK Entrepreneurs Group Business Angel Event

            

LIVETONIC

Marcelo Santiso – MBA’17J, Pablo Sixto, Antonio Casal, Alejandro Marino & Juanjo Lores

 

An online financial advisor targeted to the Spanish market. LIVETONIC helps its clients to optimize their financial future by making recommendations about life insurance, savings and pension plans, and investment funds, and also allowing clients to contract through its platform the best insurance and financial products available in the market.

 

Industry: InsureTech

 

Winner of 2nd Prize: €10,000 + 10 days development support from MOHARA

Pedaru

William Chen, Jad Saleh & Kei Furukawa - MBA17J

 

Dockless bicycle sharing service that will improve the way people move about in Japanese cities by reimagining the bicycle sharing concept and providing users a reliable, convenient and environmentally friendly experience.

 

Industry: Transportation

             

Patrick Turner MBA 78 Prize: €10,000

SpazioNOON

Luca Dotti - MBA17J, Massimiliano Travisi, Carlo Argano, Riccardo Balzano, Andrea Sirtori & Pemika Udomsupamongkol

 

Real estate project aimed at offering high standard housing solutions to the lower-middle income Thai population. SpazioNoon aims to create a new breed of residential properties with a genuine community vibe and spacious common areas that will foster interaction and facilitate the exchange of ideas to eventually generate local entrepreneurial activities.

 

Industry: Real Estate

 

 

Winner of Coromandel Foundation Social Impact Award & Low Tech Award:

€5,000 & €5,000

             

PuraLeaf

Leilei Tong, Alex Lawrence, Catherine David & Sushant Chalipat – MBA17J

 

Using naturally fallen palm leaves, PuraLeaf offers a 100% biodegradable solution to the billions of disposable takeaway coffee cups discarded annually while simultaneously empowering farming communities in the process.

 

Industry: Social Venture & Consumer Goods

Six teams who competed in the Finals on Friday, 9 June are:

 

  • Winest - High Technology
  • Spazio NOON - Real Estate
  • Pedaru - Transportation
  • Posterity - Digital Media
  • Livetonic - InsureTech
  • PuraLeaf - Social Venture & Consumer Goods

12 teams have been selected to advance to the Semi-finals of the IVC on Tuesday, 30 May in the C&T Auditorium on the Singapore campus and Amphi Loudon on the Fontainebleau campus.

 

  1. Team Doulamam: Peter-Paul de Leeuw & Gregory Faitas - MBA17J, Sasha Romary
  2. Team Pedaru: William Chen, Jad Saleh & Kei Furukawa - MBA17J
  3. Team SpazioNoon: Luca Dotti - MBA17J, Massimiliano Travisi, Carlo Argano, Riccardo Balzano, Andrea Sirtori & Pemika Udomsupamongkol
  4. Team Winest: Yee Huang, David Eberle & Paul Peyrucq - MBA17J
  5. Team CoTerra: Jordan Paton, Lara Bekhazi & Soumya Raja - MBA17D, Jason Jung
  6. Team GraduRate: Phil Kwong, Sajeed Rahman, Maciej Adamus, Himanshu Panwar & Shaina Trotta – MBA17D
  7. Team InfraVEIN: Edie Wu, Arten Strokov, Sabeena Khan & Yoav Banai – MBA17J
  8. Team Inside the Box: Willard Walker, Panita Vongkusolkit – MBA17J & Daniel Layug, MBA17D
  9. Team LIVETONIC: Marcelo Santiso - MBA17J, Pablo Sixto, Antonio Casal, Alejandro Marino & Juanjo Lores
  10. Team Palmware Bio-Disposables: Leilei Tong, Alex Lawrence, Catherine David & Sushant Chalipat – MBA17J
  11. Team Posterity: Amit Baranwal, Remco Mol, Justin Straub, James Wicker & Nao Ohira – MBA17D
  12. Team Rent-it-Easy: Luis Hinrichs, Panos Dandolas, Marcel Tome & Gabriel Barros – MBA17D


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