The Intel Challenge

The Intel Challenge is a regional business plan for university students in Latin America and Europe in collaboration with prestigious education institutions and entrepreneurship organizations across the two regions.

Over the past two years, over 700 teams comprised of 2000 entrepreneurs have competed in Intel Challenge. Entrants come from 30 different countries across the regions, and through the feedback and support from the program’s judges and mentors, our teams have shined at the global final event at UC Berkeley in November. Two of the three placed winners in 2010 came from Latin America and Europe, taking first and third place. Teams continue to report back about their successes and lasting relationships they made through this competition.

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