Nuove Idee Nuove Imprese is a competition for innovative business ideas, with various stages and a final goal. Above all, it is a unique opportunity to transform your creativity into a business.
An idea is all you need to get involved (subscription is free, as are seminars and assistance). The best business plan and development strategy is all you need to win it.
Step 1. Training Course: open to all participants from May to June.
Step 2. Presentation of Entrepreneurial Idea: at the end of the first training course and before July 7, participants will have to draft a summary of their idea.
Step 3. Project Selection: by the end of July, the Technical-Scientific Committee will select Entrepreneurial Ideas for the second phase of the competition.
Step 4. Second Training Course: during this period, in September and October, participants will be learn the skills they need to develop their business plan.
Step 5. Final: based on all of the submitted documentation and an elevator pitch, the Committee will declare the winning projects (in the definition phase).
Step 6. Awards: the best ideas will be awarded their prizes.
What you win
As well as cash prizes of €10,000 (1st prize), €6,000 (2nd prize), €3,000 (3rd prize), the three winners will also receive the chance to enrol in the Industrial Association and receive two years' free assistance. In addition, the winners will receive an interest-free loan of €38,000 from Banca Carim.
As well as the cash prizes, winners will also have free access to a number of services provided by our qualified partners.
Who can take part
- Aspiring entrepreneurs and individuals in groups of at least three people. They must be resident in Italy or the Republic of San Marino, and must undertake to set up their future business in the province of Rimini or the Republic of San Marino.
- Neo-entrepreneurs who, either individually or in partnership with other individuals, already have an active business with a head office or at least one operational unit in the province of Rimini or the Republic of San Marino. The business must have been constituted no more than 18 months prior to February 1, 2017 by a team of at least three, and they must have an innovative idea (product or process) for the development of their business.