PepsiCo’s Dare to Do More Global Student Challenge

| January 23, 2019
Submitted by Pamela Lauren for Career and Professional Development

PepsiCo’s Dare to Do More Global Student Challenge

Students are invited to participate in an innovative competition for a chance to win a trip to New York and discover a new potential career with PepsiCo.

Students can choose between three categories of challenges: Digital, Insights (analytics) and Supply Chain. This challenge is relevant for your students with working rights from any of the following countries: UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, Serbia, Poland, France, Turkey, and Latin America regions. Students should be in their final year of study for Bachelor or Master programs or already graduated with up to three years of experience. The deadline to register is February 10, with the competition beginning on February 11.

This is more than a competition. This is innovation in action. PepsiCo’s Global Student Challenge is a unique opportunity to pitch your own big idea. The chance to respond to a real, thought-provoking challenge that could make a difference on a global scale.

The Challenge: Imagine PepsiCo has given you $100,000 to tap into the next big food and beverage trend. What would you focus on, how you would you harness that trend, and how would you take your idea to market?

Register Here


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