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Semi-finalist community winners

by C:F Team on 9th March, 2010 at 12:48 PM CEST

Semi-final voting ends:

As of 5:00pm March 8, the voting phase for semi-finalists is officially over. Thanks everyone for your votes and support during the voting phase. During the voting period, our semi-finalists solutions received 9953 votes in total! We have also welcomed almost 5000 new members! If you're new to C:F, don't miss this brief overview about how you can still show support for your school and participate in various challenges.

Here are the top three solutions that have received most votes in the semi-final round:

(Remember these are only community winners as decided by votes, NOT the actual finalists) 

IdeeaLab

IdeaSpot - Connecting the spots;

You'r Up Cyber Radio;

Yet Another Revolution: IdeeaLab

Breakthrough Ideas:

CP - Mulitifunctional flexible phone which will reduce users' costs (of time and money);

Moving sidewalks - making it look effortless;

Alleviating poverty through social media and innovation.

IEDC sustainability:

BLED Sustainability Office;

Social Propagators;

Challenge the Business Schools, Create a Difference "BS=AP +CSR+BC+IYO".

What's next?

Challenge:Future finalist teams will be announced on Friday, March 12 at 5:00pm CET. At the same time, we will also announce the spark winner of this year's competition and the winners of our "Predict the finalists" - win a C:F t-shirt contest. So you definitely should check back in with us on Friday.

Which team deserves the grand prize of 20,000EUR?

From March 15 at 5:00pm CET, you will be able for vote for one team out of nine finalists teams that you believe deserves the grand prize of 20,000EUR. This final voting period ends on April 15 at 5:00pm.

Can't stand the wait?

We know you can hardly wait to find out who are the 9 finalists. But March 12 is still days away. So here are a few things you can do in the meanwhile:

- Challenge:Future is still looking for youth speakers for the 2010 Challenge:Future Summit. It's a unique opportunity to speak up about issues that you care about! Read more

 

- What is the best advice you have ever received? Entry into our Quick Challenge and share it with us. Read more

 

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Alja Sulčič

Alja Sulčič

Yay, can't wait to see which teams will make it to the finals! :) Big congrats to all the teams that made it so far, it's a pity we only have 9 spots for the finals.

Thanks again for all your votes, and stay tuned for the important announcement on Friday!

9th March, 2010 @ 1:41 PM CEST

Saad Khan

Saad Khan | Action team | CF Chapters

i will definitely want to be a youth speaker even if my team qualifies for the final round :) cant wait for the excitement and learning ahead :) thumbs up everyone

9th March, 2010 @ 6:20 PM CEST

Alja Sulčič

Alja Sulčič

Great to hear that, Saad. And we're really looking forward to receiving speaker proposals for the Summit; there is indeed a lot of talent here, and important topics to be discussed. So, don't forget to send your submissions in time! :)

9th March, 2010 @ 7:09 PM CEST

Jatin Kataria

Jatin Kataria | Action team | CF Chapters

Saad .. I will join u .. :D
we both will sent you the proposals...
right saad.. !!

9th March, 2010 @ 7:32 PM CEST

Dominykas Tomaševičius

Dominykas Tomaševičius

Concerning voting system.
Not the greatest ideas win, but those which are "sponsored" by many friends, colleagues. In my opinion, these people even do not get close to the idea, understand what it is all about, just mechanically click the blue button. Quite unreliable system. Those 20% should be decreased at least by 10%. On other hand, it helped to attract more people to this project. But...
I hope judges will take this into account. Somehow it reminds me about Eurovision contest :)

9th March, 2010 @ 11:28 PM CEST

Alja Sulčič

Alja Sulčič

Well, no public voting is perfect (not even elections) and that is why we also have a lot of different judges reviewing the solutions as well - unlike at the Eurovision contest :) We can assure you that the judges take the time to carefully evaluate all solutions, so I think that at the end the best solutions will make it to the finals. But at the same time I also think it's fair to give the public some influence over the results and see which solutions can get the most support.

10th March, 2010 @ 12:08 AM CEST

sarmad rafique

sarmad rafique

Congrats to teams for qualifying community voting round :)

10th March, 2010 @ 10:01 AM CEST

ali kazmi

ali kazmi

Thmbs Up for community winners!!

11th March, 2010 @ 10:13 AM CEST

Devanik Saha

Devanik Saha

Is it possible to mention the points given by the judges and those by voting separately..It would really helpful...

12th March, 2010 @ 5:44 PM CEST

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