Learn how these organizations have used YouNoodle Compete to leverage their programs.
In 2010, the Chilean government launched a bold acceleration program to position Chile as the innovation and entrepreneurship hub of Latin America. Ten years later, Startup-Chile has become one of the most popular global accelerators, named Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies in Latin America.
The Innovate4Climate Pitch Hub Competition 2020 highlights climate-smart solutions with the potential for transformative impact. By engaging startups and entrepreneurs, the competition aims to create a space for innovation. With YouNoodle Compete, I4C was able to efficiently manage more than 1,000 applications from 87 countries around the world.
Jump Chile is an acceleration academy by Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. It empowers students to identify and validate business models, transforming local problems into global opportunities. By fostering the entrepreneurial spirit and leveraging university resources, Jump Chile aims to train a new generation of change-making entrepreneurs.
Cartier Women's Initiative
Since 1847, Cartier has been a premier luxury brand, drawing inspiration from influential women. With over 60% of its workforce and 50% of management being women, they are vital to Cartier's achievements. The Cartier Women's Initiative Awards exemplify their dedication to empowering female entrepreneurs worldwide through a renowned business plan competition
The Baylor New Venture Competition (BNVC) was founded in 2011 as an initiative of the Baylor University Entrepreneurship Department. Over the last 12 years, collegiate entrepreneurs and founders from around the world have participated in the competition for an opportunity to win both monetary and in-kind benefits.
Founded in 2016, Parallel18 was created to maximize Puerto Rico's participation and creation of jobs in the global economy by promoting investment and financing of science and technology research development. The organization manages and hosts over a dozen
initiatives that range from grants and technical support to meetups and educational resources for researchers, entrepreneurs, farmers, investors, and other groups.
Black Ambition Prize
Founded by Pharrell Williams in 2020, Black Ambition supports Black, Hispanic, and HBCUaffiliated entrepreneurs pursuing ventures in consumer products and services, media and entertainment, healthcare, technology, and Web 3.0. Every year, eligible applicants of the Black Ambition Prize can win up to $1M in funding.