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Competition: Coca Cola Enterprise and University of Westminster Hackathon

28 January 2013

PLEASE NOTE: No more registrations are being accepted for this competition.

Coca Cola Enterprise are giving current students from Westminster Business School, School of Eletronics and Computer Science and School of Media, Arts and Design a unique opportunity to participate in a real-life marketing challenge on 16 and 17 February 2013.

You and your team will be given a brief and will have 24 hours to come up with a creative digital idea, which will then be presented to the panel of judges.

What’s in it for you?

  • Work on a real-life problem faced by Coca-Cola Enterprises and FMCG businesses today
  • Certificate of participation from Coca-Cola Enterprises
  • Potential for your idea to be developed in the future
  • Enhance your CV and gain experience to draw on in interviews
  • Learning and support from Coca-Cola Enterprises, marketing agencies and a large restaurant group
  • Full feedback and guidance from a panel of industry judges, including Coca-Cola Enterprises
  • £1,000 prize for the winning team, £500 prize for second-place team
  • Two £250 prizes for best team and most innovative idea

It is perfect for students interested in marketing, design and technology.


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