Introducing the 2019 Good Idea Award With One Lucky $1000 Winner

To support Global Entrepreneurship Week, Goodwall is hosting their Good Idea Award competition, complete with a $1000 prize. Pitch your best ideas to win!

The 2019 Good Idea Competition is open for entries, and we’ve got 1,000 reasons for you to participate!

We’ve just released a new feature, the “virtual elevator pitch,” a platform to share your ideas as 30-second vertical videos with the global Goodwall community. Because we want to encourage idea-sharing, we’re hosting a contest to award the most innovative idea shared via the app. 

The winner receives the 2019 Good Idea Award—complete with a $1000 prize!

Along with the University of Geneva and the Geneva Tsinghua Initiative, Goodwall is hosting this competition to support Global Entrepreneurship Week. While GEW takes place from November 18–24, 2019, we’re keeping this contest open until December 31, 2019.

You’ve got until the end of the year, but there’s no better time than the present to get your idea out of your thoughts and into the world. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

Prize

One winner will receive a $1000 prize upon being voted by the community and a panel of judges to have pitched the most innovative idea. 

good idea award and $1000 prize

But, that’s not all!

This winner pitched 2019’s greatest idea, and we want to make sure it gets the recognition it deserves. So, we’ll be featuring them on our website and across social media to help their idea get the visibility, traction, and support it needs to transform into an actuality. 

On top of that, the winner will have the opportunity to connect with a variety of influential people who could help them take their idea to the next level. Potential investors, mentors—even your next possible partner or cofounder—are right around the corner.  

How to Participate

Here’s how to participate in the 2019 Good Idea Award:

Step 1: Pitch your most unique, groundbreaking, world-changing idea as a vertical video through the Goodwall app.

Step 2: Share your 30-second virtual elevator pitch (like a traditional elevator pitch, but in video and much more powerful) publicly to the Goodwall community.

Step 3: The community will vote on the 25 most innovative ideas, and each of these finalists will receive a certificate for their accomplishment.

Step 4: A panel of judges will decide from among the 25 finalists which idea was the most powerful and inventive. 

Step 5: That idea wins the 2019 Good Idea Award!

Eligibility Requirements

Here are answers to a few frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Good Idea Award:

What type of good ideas?

Any idea is eligible. The only criteria are that it solves a problem or improves something. The problem could be big or small, from climate change to choosing lunch.

Who decides the winner?

The 25 finalists will be selected by Goodwall’s community. Every like an idea receives counts as a vote. Goodwall may also offer a couple of wildcards for ideas we feel are powerful but did not get enough votes. The winner will be selected by Goodwall’s jury.

Who can see the ideas?

Everyone on Goodwall’s community. The ideas may also be shared by Goodwall on social channels to increase their reach.

Who owns the ideas?

The ideas are owned by the individual who came up with the idea. It is possible for example to pitch someone else’s idea, too.

Is there a deadline?

The deadline for pitching ideas to win the Good Idea Award is December 31, 2019.

Last but not least, have fun! Be creative with your ideas, think outside the box, and don’t be shy. You don’t need to be an entrepreneur or a president, all you need is an idea and the courage to pitch it.

The world can always use another good idea—why not yours? 

Check out our posts on why you should pitch ideas on Goodwall and how to pitch ideas on Goodwall. If you need inspiration, we’ve got dozens of encouraging quotes for entrepreneurs. Finally, leave a comment below, and thanks for reading!

Christian Eilers
Written By Christian Eilers
Christian Eilers is a writer and expert on the topics of education, entrepreneurship, career advice, travel, and culture. At Goodwall, he covers topics including self-improvement, social impact, college preparation, career development, climate action, and more. Christian is originally from New York City and now resides in Warsaw, Poland. At his desk, you're sure to find Pickwick, his Devon Rex cat, either attacking his fingers as he types or the monitor as the mouse pointer moves around.

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