IMD launches interactive online contest
Dubai, October 6, 2010
IMD, a top-ranked business school based in Switzerland, has launched a worldwide interactive online contest called 'Go Beyond What You Think is Possible'.
Unique to the education sector, the contest gives participants the chance to win an executive education programme and become a part of IMD’s alumni global network.
IMD is consistently top-ranked among business schools worldwide.
The contest is live at: http://www.imd.org/contest.
The contest is played in three steps, challenging participants through:
• Multiple choice questions in the Open step
• Asking for a thoughtful quote and sharing the contest with contacts in the Collaborative step
• A matching game in the Pioneering step
“The contest revolves around IMD values to further enhance brand awareness. At IMD we are constantly striving to innovate, to move ahead, and to go beyond what we think is possible in order to maintain our world-class standing,” said IMD president Dominique Turpin.
IMD has also launched a short video entitled Go Beyond What You Think is Possible which introduces the contest platform. Watch the video at: http://tv.imd.org/
The contest is open until February 4, 2011. Game prizes represent a total value of over $20,000. Winners will be randomly selected depending on their game score.
The top prize winner will receive a seat in IMD’s most attended program, Orchestrating Winning Performance. Second place will be given IMD’s World Competitiveness Package. All winners will receive Apple iPads. The contest is open to anyone over 18 years of age.-TradeArabia News Service
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