The final ‘ideas from Europe’ UK winner will be selected and notified in the second week of November. The winner must be able to travel to the SME Assembly in Luxembourg from 18th – 20 November 2015. Travel and accommodation expenses will be paid.
This competition is run and administered by TEDx Brixton in association with the Department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) to be known as BIS here on, on behalf of TEDx Binnehorf's Ideas from Europe competition.
The host is operating the Platform so as to enable users to submit project ideas for publication, to discuss them, and to vote on them through a judging panel in the context of the "Ideas from Europe" competition.
By entering the competition, all entrants agree to the full terms and conditions specified below.
TEDx Brixton and BIS reserves the right to cancel or suspend submissions
Entrants must have a UK residence
The competition is open to ideas as set in the Criteria
The competition is open to all
The idea must belong to the entrant and should infringe upon any copyrights
Participants must be available to travel to Luxembourg on the 18th to the 20th of November
The host may refrain from publishing any project ideas and/or refuse to allow a project idea to par-ticipate in the idea challenge if the project idea submitted is not compliant with the criteria
In submitting a project idea, the user assures that this is based essentially on his or her personal considerations and objectives and that he/she personally authored it. To the extent that any third parties have assisted with developing the project idea, the user submitting it assures that all parties assisting with it have agreed to submitting such project idea. Project ideas must be submitted in a video format and uploaded onto the Ideas From Europe
The user grants the right to the host to publish, reproduce, and make publicly accessible all compo-nent parts of the project idea (texts, image data, video data, audio and other data), providing the user's name in so doing, and to otherwise disseminate such component parts both on the Platform and in any printed products that the host may prepare in the context of its idea challenge and/or in order to promote its activities.
The right is granted as a non-exclusive right that is unlimited in terms of its duration and its geo-graphic extent.
The rights are granted at no charge.
The processes of the Platform are automated, in particular the receipt and publication of project ideas and contributions to discussions. The host will not review the data submitted, prior to their publication, as to whether or not their content is appropriate and/or factually correct, nor will the host review them for any violations of the law. However, the host enters into obligation to immediately follow up on any specific indications that data are problematic.
The website will open for entries from the 30th of September until midnight 31st of October.
Thereafter projects will not submitted. Submission by emails will not accepted. All ideas must be uploaded on to the website for public viewing
Between the 1st of November until the 5th of November, ideas will be shortlisted by a panel of judges that will include members of the public, TEDx Brixton representatives and BIS
A first short list of 15 ideas will be drawn by the 5th of November. All shortlisted participants will be notified.
Thereafter, there will be a second round of idea judging that will include members of the public, shortlisting from 15 ideas to 10
The final 10 will be invited to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills for live presenta-tion to an influential panel on 13th of November where the final winner to represent the UK will be selected for the quarter final round to be held in Luxembourg on the 18- 20th of November.