On the 15th of December, 2018 the GTK – High School Program was held, where 14 teams presented their ideas and business plans for a jury of professionals, entrepreneurs and academics.
From 6 high schools of two cities, Cluj-Napoca and Satu Mare, pupils from the 10th and 11th grade attended the competition. During the nearly 3 month program, students also participated in training and an online simulation game, while they were working on developing their business idea and business plan.
The final result of the GTK – High School program was:
1st place – Fusion team (János Zsigmond Unitarian College, Cluj-Napoca)
2nd place – Névadó team (János Zsigmond Unitarian College, Cluj-Napoca)
3rd place – Minimanók team ( Hám János Roman Catholic Theological Lyceum , Satu Mare)
During the final round, the teams received valuable and useful advice from the jury, for whom we are also thankful: Zsuzsa Emese Csorba (Project Assistant, Civitas Foundation), Lehel Zoltán Györfy (Associate Professor, BBU, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration), Eszter Jakab (Senior financial analyst, Steelcase), Katalin Lokodi (Vibe Festival, Vice Managing Director), Hunor Györk Nagy (Entrepreneur), Ádám Salamon (Entrepreneur), Levente Szász (Vice Dean, BBU, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration), Krisztián Székely (Commercial Manager, Chimszed Invest SRL), Réka Emőke Vincze (Branch Manager, RegioConsult).
Thanks to our alumni members who hold the trainings: Rita Életes, Réka Fekete, Gyopár Géger, Alpár Kiss and Zsolt Szabó.
We also thank our sponsors: Antal Zsolt Foundation, G.M. Zamfirescu Cultural Center, Satu Mare, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Vibe Events Management, Sales Origo, Gaudeamus Bookshop, Communitas Foundation, Crush Café, Bosch, Steelcase, and for our partners: Fahéj Design, Culina Nostra.