Participants should be aware that neither administrators of the competition nor judges of the business models will be required, nor should they be asked, to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDA). Participants are encouraged to be selective about what they disclose, to
The organizers of Canada’s Business Model Competition ® (CBMC) recognize that no set of criteria can apply to every circumstance and therefore reserve the right to determine eligibility or to disqualify any team that it determines to be in violation of
ESPRIEX: Business Model Competition 2016 Tentative Event Schedule Thursday 2:30PM Registration and Welcome 3:30PM Ice-Breakers (Room 1020) 4:30PM Orientation (Room 1020) 6:00PM Networking and Dinner (Room 1020) 7:00PM Finals Judge Training 7:00PM Mentoring and Team Practice (Various Rooms)
2016 JUDGING CRITERIA Each round of the International Business Model Competition is generally judged using the following questions: Did the team use the Business Model Canvas or similar tool to identify and track assumptions? Did the team clearly state their assumptions/hypotheses?