On Saturday, May 30, the American German Business Club (AGBC) for the seventh time awarded pupils from the Rhein-Main area for their innovative business ideas. Frankfurt School of Finance & Management hosted the event as academic partner. United States Consul General Kevin C. Milas, presented the winners with their „Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow“ awards. He was impressed with the innovative ideas of the 46 participants, who had worked on their business plans for six months. „Anticipate tomorrow's needs, take risks“, he motivated the future entrepreneurs and encouraged them to join the business world.
Anne Gegenmantel and Luca Schmidt from Goethe-Gymnasium Frankfurt came first with their business plan „DanceShape“ winning 1,000 Euro. The idea “Poseidog-Dog -Wash” by Susie Jang, Kyungran Ko, Christie Kim and Mascha Samkova from Frankfurt International School (FIS) won second place.“Supreme Cleaning Service” by Natalie Voll, Maximilian Behrens and Elias Schultze-Lohölter, also from FIS, were placed third.