How To Enter

Entering The Competition Is Easy!

Are you a high school student, grade 9-13?
Have you already got an idea for a business?
Or would you like to get inspired by others who have?

All you need to do to take part and have a chance to win the prize money is to register here and you can participate in our program in which you will learn all about how to write a business plan. Business professionals will guide you and support you.


At the kick-off event on October 18th, 2019 you will meet the mentors and learn how you can participate in the program to potentially win the prize money.

Monthly Meetings
During the course of the five months of the competition a series of monthly meetings are held at the Tech Quartier in Frankfurt & other locations where you will learn about business plans, how to put your financing and marketing together and how to present your final business plan to investors in general or the EoT jury committee at the end of the program.

At each of the meetings you will also meet young entrepreneurs who have just started a new business and will tell you about their way to success.

Personal mentors will guide you during and in-between the monthly meetings. Each meeting has a main topic and a presenter who is a specialist in the respective field.

Business English
The language of the program is English, and all entries must be submitted in English – the language of international business today.

To participate you must register. You must be registered no later than  November 24th to be eligible for the competition

Who Is Eligible?

High school students who are attending Frankfurt and Rhein-Main region German and international schools are eligible to enter this competition. You don’t have to be a business major or plan a career in business. Whether you plan to become an event manager, a doctor or CEO of your own company, you need an entrepreneurial spirit and a business plan!

Students may work alone or in teams of up to four members and are encouraged to seek advice and input from outside sources (including the competition Mentors). The final business plan, though, must be the original work of the student or team. A winning team will share its prize equally among team members.