All parties who enter, participate, sponsor, support or formally involved in the Race 4 Good competition agree to adhere to the Race 4 Good Terms and Conditions in full.
The phrase ‘during the competition’ used throughout refers to the period when teams are selected until the point winning teams are announced.
Business Leaders from the winning team can opt to join a frontline experience to Nepal to spend time with their community and have the chance to see their winning project implemented. (Any business leader can come if they pay their own way and we have room.)
Students from the winning team will be flown to Nepal to spend time with their community, and have the chance to see their winning project begin to be implemented.
Race 4 Good organisers will agree a travel budget in advance with individual universities. Costs over and above the agreed budget cannot be claimed.
There is no participation fee for students.
Students will be allocated a team, subject to availability, based on a pre-competition entry form and accompanying presentation which takes form of an essay OR video.
- Essay: typed, Word format, 1,000 words or less, English, in a clear font size 12.
- Video: 3 minutes or less, English.
Student Data Protection:
There is no participation fee for Business Leaders.
Judging will take place in one day. See Business Plan, Budget and Presentation section for further information.
Business Plan and Budget: full business plan and budget (in Word format, in English, maximum 15 pages, minimum font size 12, may include graphics, graphs, tables, photos, visuals).
PowerPoint: a summary of the business plan and budget (in English, maximum 15 slides, presented in 15 minutes or less).
Participants consent for their details to be included in Race 4 Good media/case studies and on the official Race 4 Good website. Details may include full name, job title, short bio, university, course details, role in team, photographs and details of the winning business plans.
Participants agree, in principal, to take part in media interviews arranged both in their home country (by Race 4 Good organisers) and in the frontline destination, where appropriate. One volunteer from each winning team may be asked to give a short speech on behalf of their team at the closing ceremony.