The Fishbowl Challenge: International Entrepreneurship Competition for Students at Harvard University

July 2, 2020

 This year, the Fishbowl Challenge will bring together a select international group of 100 innovative students to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems. Harvard University is known for its bright, creative, and entrepreneurial students. We would love to extend this opportunity to students in the Career and Proffessional Development Center  and would like to find out if details of this competition can be published to them over the next few days. 


Here is a brief summary of the Fishbowl Challenge: 


The Fishbowl Challenge is a product and business planning competition where participants will work in teams with students from across the globe to solve real problems in any of the following categories: Education, Health, Social Justice & Economic Empowerment, Renewable & Accessible Energy, and  Environmental protection. 


Teams will receive coaching and support from world-class mentors and finalists will win an all-expense-paid trip to pitch their ideas in a European city!  Up to $50,000 in seed funding will be allocated across the winning ventures to work on their ideas.


Applications are open and close on the 15th of July, 2020. More details can be found here:


Please click here to view and download our program overview and some of our marketing posters.