IntelligencePlus believe that each child has potential to be an Innovator, Leader or an Entrepreneur not just of the future, but even today!   And what better a way to inspire them to take charge to apply their skills and create solutions for real life challenges around them, than celebrate and share noteworthy achievements!

We are excited to kick start the ‘Young Innoventurer Series’ and Award as yet another 1st of its kind initiative to usher in the innovation and entrepreneurship revolution in schools!

If you have a child/student below 15 years of age in your school that has done something innovative, share the story with us. The innovation can be for a social cause, business product/service or just a solution for a day to day problem.

Share their stories and nominate them below and they shall be featured on all our social media platforms, at the Innoventure 2017 challenge national finale, the most worthy stories of innovation and change shall also get shortlisted for the ‘Young Innoventurer Award’- the 1st ever national award that celebrates innovation and entrepreneurship in children!

Last date of application is 20th November, 2017!

We look forward to celebrating and inspiring thousands of children to be Change Makers of Today!


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