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Enterprise German

The ideas contest Enterprise German promotes the collaboration between high schools and German companies / or local companies who have a connection to German speaking countries. 

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Winners of the Regional Competition 2019

More than 550 students participated in the regional ideas competition Unternehmen Deutsch-Enterprise German and developed innovative product and marketing ideas for their chosen partner company. The winnings teams from Australia, Malaysia and Singapore entered the international Southeast Asia competition and the international jury has voted! The winners are:


Video message from Sonja Stoll
Head of Language Department Indonesia, Director of Language Programmes 
South East Asia/Australia/New Zealand
Goethe-Institut


 

1st Place: Australia

FRIDGR - The smart fridge
FRIDGR is the brand new, improved, revolutionary, time-saving and exceptionally smart fridge! FRIDGR saves consumers a lot of time, money and food waste by providing personalised recipes, updates on food levels and even lockable sections for occasional treats.


School: Korowa Anglican Girl’s School, Victoria
Partner company: SAP
Business idea: FRIDGR Kühlschrank

2nd Place: Malaysia

BOSCH DMBH
According to research, many employer offer unhealthy food and drinks from vending machines. Workers have no choice but to eat fast food, which can negatively impact long-term health and reduce employee productivity. The product "Bosch DmbH" can solve these problems. DmbH stands for "drill", "mixer", "blend" and "heater". DmbH is a portable and multifunctional device for mixing, chopping and heating food and drinks.
When you buy a Bosch drill you get "Bosch DmbH" as a free gift.

 
School: SMS Sultan Mohamad Jiwa, Kedah
Partner company: Bosch
Business idea: BOSCH DMBH

3rd Place: Singapore

Lufthansa Planeground
Lufthansa’s Planeground is an advertisement for a play area relating to planes for children in a new entertainment zone of the airport in Singapore (Jewel). The children will be able to learn about their first flight experiences, pass time, and have fun before departure.

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School: Ministry of Education Language Centre (MOELC)
Partner company: Lufthansa
Business idea: Lufthansa’s Plane Ground

 

A big thank you to everyone involved and congratulations to the winning teams!

Online voting results:
1. Bosch DMBH (399 votes)
2. FRIDGR (121 votes)
3. Planeground (17 votes)

In the online voting process an audience prize was decided.

 


About Enterprise German

In small groups, students learning German work together to develop an innovative product, service and marketing idea for their partner company. The competition not only appeals to the creativity and inventiveness of students, it also helps to improve their knowledge of German and gives them insight into the professional world.

 

Enterprise German - an interactive map of participating schools and companies in the region South-East -Asia​ Enterprise German - an interactive map of participating schools and companies in the region South-East -Asia​ | © Goethe-Institut Australien In 2019, the following Asian Pacific countries are involved in the project:

Australia          Malaysia        Singapore


In November 2019, the results of the national winning teams will be published here. In addition to an interdisciplinary jury from Germany you are also invited to participate. Please complete the form below and let us know by 30 November 2019 which business idea you like best.
 


Members of the Jury

Sonja Stoll
Head of Language Department Indonesia
Director of Language Programmes 
South East Asia/Australia/New Zealand
Goethe-Institut

Daniel Bernbeck
Chief Executive Officer
Malaysian-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce

Margit Kunz
Deputy General Manager/Head Central Tasks/ Recruitment/ Special Projects
Singaporean-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce

Dr. Michael Zettinig
Acting Executive Director
Director – Events and Governmental Affairs
German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce
 

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