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Challenge what you think is possible

A student challenge like no other. The KPMG Ideation Challenge (KIC) is an experience designed to stretch your limits and challenge what you think is possible.

You'll get to generate a new idea that could change the world, create a prototype and then pitch it to business leaders. Along the way you'll work with KPMG data scientists, coders, business specialists and tech gurus, who will help bring your idea to life.

If successful, you'll get the opportunity to take on teams from the rest of the world in the KIC International Finals and compete to win seed funding to take your idea to market.

Interested? Read on.

What is in it for you?

  • You’ll get to generate a new idea that could change the world, create a prototype and then pitch it to business leaders. KPMG experts will coach and support you along the way.

  • Learn from experts. Work with a dream team. Build a winning pitch. Meet amazing people from around the world. And the further you progress, the more real-world experience you'll gain.

What's it like?

Watch this video to get a taste of what your experience could be like. But remember, your experience will be shaped by your idea, so expect it to be anything but ordinary.

Learn from experts. Work with a dream team. Build a winning pitch. Meet amazing people from around the world. And the further you progress, the more real-world experience you'll gain.

KIC2021 Challenge:

Create an advanced technology solution that helps an organization or industry of your choice overcome or leverage the impacts of the global pandemic.

COVID-19 has been a catalyst for change (both positive and negative) in all types of. Imagine you are part of a group of innovators looking to help the world grow from this experience. This is your chance to pitch your idea to a venture capitalist in the hope of obtaining funding to take your idea to market.

Participating Countries in KIC 2021:

Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, India, Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, South Korea, Turkey, UK, USA, Venezuela, Vietnam
 

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