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CCIFS Grand Prix 2019 : Societe Generale Srbija candidate pour la catégorie "Responsabilité sociétale des entreprises"

Lors du Gala cette année aura lieu le Grand Prix 2019 de la CCIFS. La banque Societe Generale Srbija, le membre parrain de la CCIFS, et est le candidat pour Le Grand Prix de la CCIFS dans la catégories "Responsabilité sociétale des entreprises".

After the great success of the first Generator competition, which promoted 40 entrepreneurial innovations and awarded the best innovations with fund of one and a half million dinars, Societe Generale Bank continued to develop this platform dedicated to the development of entrepreneurship and innovation in 2018. Through Generator Bank invites all innovators and entrepreneurs to join and work together with us and our partners on ideas realization and business improvement. This time, we supported ideas of those who create the future, so Generator Fluo competition was dedicated to students who want to start a new or improve existing business idea. More than 70 faculties, universities and student organizations supported the project, and during the application phase educational events were held at numerous faculties throughout Serbia. We have received 139 applications, and the expert jury selected 10 individuals and teams who fought in the finals, for the main, the awards of the partners and the award of the public. The voting phase recorded more than 10,000 votes, and the the team kadrovi.rs won prize of the public. The main award, chosen by the jury, went to the HearO Glasses team. Their product is designed for people with hearing impairment and allows them to easily navigate in traffic.

Their product is designed for deaf people and enables them to easily navigate the traffic. In the frame of these special glasses LEDs are built that by light signals in an intuitive way warn the users of imminent danger.

The main prize, an inspirational journey to the Société Générale Group technological hub in Paris, provided by the Société Générale Bank and Infostud Group, was an opportunity for this team to exchange ideas in an international startup environment and further develop its innovation.

Generali Insurance Serbia provided them with a pocket money in the RSD equivalent of 500 euros, travel health insurance policies during the duration of the prize-winning trip and an unforgettable Paris baloon tour. The French Institute in Serbia also gave them a unique introduction to French culture. The innovation that won the prize of the public was awarded by Comtrade with a smart device package, and there were other prizes of many partners of the copetition. Kompostana and Zelena Zona teams won the Gigatron Award, the Freon Frog Box team was awarded with the Doncafe prize, while the Trusteed team won the Startit prize. Zelena Zona team won the FON Research Center Award, while the Pirate Art team received the ICT Hub award. The awards for all finalists were provided by Coca-Cola HBC Serbia, Mainstream, Business Internet Network, Startup Center and Societe Generale Bank.

Andjela, Bojan and Dusan, students of the Electronic Faculty in Nis, representatives of the winning HearO Glasses team, emphasized that this award is a confirmation that their innovation really changes lives of people, and the motivation which definitely positively influences the team spirit. Week spent in Paris helped them to gather new knowledge about product development, meet teams that face similar challenges, and mentors who can help them in further development.

At the end of 2018, the Bank continued to build the Generator platform, launching the Generator 2.0 competition for small and medium-sized enterprises and entrepreneurs. The main prize for three winning companies, digital transformation of business, will include the overall business analysis, recommendations with the action plan, implementation of one of the proposed recommendations with 5,000 EUR budget, as well as marketing transformation and media campaign.

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