Individuals or teams (maximum up to 3 persons) have the right to participate in the
Competition provided they fall under the following categories.
Κ1. Entrepreneurship for Students of Secondary Education: Students 12-18 years old, enrolled in schools (Gymnasiums and Lyceums) recognized by the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture located within the territory of the Republic of Cyprus. Students are entitled to request counselling support from teachers.
Κ2. Entrepreneurship for Students of Tertiary Education: Students enrolled in Universities or Institutions of Tertiary Education (Higher and Tertiary Education) recognized by the Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture. PhD students and PhD candidates are excluded since they fall under category K3.
Κ3. Business Entrepreneurship: Natural persons, teams of persons or startups or newly-established businesses and Small and Medium-sized5 enterprises6 (SMEs), with Headquarters within the territory of the Republic of Cyprus.
K3. Business Entrepreneurship: The following are not eligible to participate:
Participation rights to the Digital Championship have all those described above as “Beneficiaries”” that do not fall under any of the descriptions of “Non-Beneficiaries” and
Required Supporting Documents
At the Training Days, the following documents must all be submitted.
|Categories of Participants||Activities|
|Κ1. Entrepreneurship for Students in Secondary Education||
|Κ2. Entrepreneurship for Students in Tertiary Education||
|Κ3. Business Entrepreneurship||
Summaries and proposals are submitted electronically at: http://www.digitalchampionship.org
On Training Days participants are provided with the Supporting Documents File, which should include the required supporting documents as described in Section 6.1. If the Supporting Documents File is not submitted on Training Days, it may be sent electronically by the following business day that is considered as the closing date. Prizes are awarded after the presentation takes place and validation of the original documents.
It is noted that after the expiry of the deadline for submission of proposals and supporting documents, any changes or supplements in the submitted proposal or submission and replacement of data, information or evidence will not be accepted at any stage.
The announcement and relevant forms for the Competition are available on the Website: http://www.digitalchampionship.org/ For more information, please contact Ms. Katerina Solomou - Digital Champion Office firstname.lastname@example.org tel. 22867193.
The Digital Champion reserves the right either to cancel the Digital Championship, or to amend the conditions thereof, or to change the dates if such action is deemed necessary. Any changes will be published in the press as well as on the Competition Website. In such a case, the Digital Champion shall not be liable for any compensation to the participants.
All submissions will be confidential in both stages of the Digital Championship. The members of the Organizing Committee and the Evaluation Committee will sign a private confidentiality agreement according to which they will keep all information of the proposals that will be disclosed to them as confidential.
The Digital Champion shall create a personal data archive containing the personal data of all participants, solely for the purposes of the Digital Championship. Those participating in the Digital Championship accept the use of their personal data for such purposes and agree to receive information regarding the Digital Championship. Participants in the Digital Championship are not entitled to use the names or logos of the organizers of the Competition.
The conditions of participation in the Digital Championship have been posted on the website of the Digital Champion: http://www.digital-championship.org/. Participants in the Digital Championship agree and grant the Digital Champion the right to promote the Competition by selectively publishing the details of the proposals. More specifically, when the best proposal is chosen, the name(s) of the participants, the title of the proposal and a brief description of the proposed digital innovation will be published as well as the audiovisual material.
 Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMES) are those defined in accordance with the Commission recommendation of 6th May 2003 concerning the definition of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (Official Journal of the European Union L 124 of 20.05.2003, p. 36-1)
 For the purposes of the Competition, the word “enterprise” refers to all forms of business, i.e. personal, companies, partnerships, etc.