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Find here, in this picture archive, pictures from all past and current competitions of the Henkel Innovation Challenge.

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Henkel Innovation Challenge 7 (2013/2014)

The two German winners David Winkelmann (left) and Bruno Veltri (right) with their Henkel mentor Paolo Bavaj, Corporate Director New Business Development Adhesive Technologies.
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The Henkel mentors in Germany (from left to right): Udo Lorenz, Johanna Liehn, Christian Dewitz, Tobias Gubitz, Marin Schuermann, Fabian Delanuit, Paolo Bavaj and Sonja Löwen. (Not pictured: Antoine Philippe, Alejandro Schönhoff)
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Students Bénédicte Labatut and Anais Ly won the French final with their product concept “MY Diadermine.”
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The contenders in the regional final for Southeast Asia.
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The Latin American final in Mexico generated a good atmosphere.
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The participants in Poland’s national final.
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The jury members listening attentively during the final in Tunisia.
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The Turkish winners with the prototype of their product concept “Bonderite Smart Hygiene.”
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The participants in China’s national final.
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Henkel Innovation Challenge 6 (2012/2013)

“State OF Mind,” the team from Russia, took second prize in Shanghai. Anna Markova and Dimitry Alexandrovich presented a concept that went by the name of “Vernel Silver.”
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Austrians Susanne Haidacher and Melanie Münzer traveled to Shanghai from Vienna in order to present their “Loctite Infinite” concept.
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Germany’s Susann Tiffany Leuchtmann and Niels Henning Adler took top prize in the sixth Henkel Innovation Challenge in Shanghai with their concept: “Syoss BREATHE.”
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Elise Drakes and Gregory Yudin from the USA presented “Pattex Hercules” as their entry for the final in Shanghai.
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The Belgian team “The Markecheers” with Ben de Weerdt and Hans Verbeeck took third place in the international final held in Shanghai.
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The Italian challenge was championed in Shanghai by Claudia Cajoli and Flavia Benucci from Milan’s Bocconi University.
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The contenders and their mentors on the first day of the grand final in Shanghai.
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The “Crazy bunny” team from China in the person of Maggie Ma und a Steven Sun represented the host country.
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Maja Martinic and Filip Skripelj were team ”FiMa” representing Croatia at the final in Shanghai.
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Victoire Agar and Hélène Fraudet from France show obvious delight at winning their ticket to Shanghai. There they ably presented their product concept “MirWindows.”
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Having won the Indian final, Harsh Vardhan Pande and Aditya Yadav, knew they were on their way to Shanghai.
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“Team Delta” from Mexico had just booked their trip to China when this was taken. And once there, Diana Graciela González Arocha and José Antonio Molina Lucio duly presented their product: “PEAT.”
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Representing Poland, Wojciech Sabat and Jan Raniecki made the trip from Warsaw to the international final.
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“BioLiofol” was the name of the product concept from Singapore. Jayden Lee Jun Jie and Shermaine Lee Ke Ru competed in Shanghai as team “Adleesives.”
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Mária Feciková and Petra Jursová won the Slovakian final with their product “VADEMECUM – Control your taste.”
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Drago Kuster and Karina Kuster impressed the jury judging the Slovenian final with “Bref –NEO,” securing for themselves a ticket each to Shanghai.
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From South Korea, Mi Kyung Park and Se Yeon Lee contested the final in Shanghai with their product concept “Lasya.”
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Tyrone Gracias and Alex Veevers triumphed in the national final held in the United Arab Emirates, earning them a place in Shanghai to present their product concept “Persil Enviro Clean“.
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Faruk Arig, President of Henkel China & Korea, opened the proceedings of the sixth Henkel Innovation Challenge Final in Shanghai.
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The various teams from around the world had three days to impress the jury composed of Henkel managers (here the jury members from Croatia, India and China).
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Representing the Netherlands, Albert Solers Mas and Manuel Torres made their way to Shanghai determined to convince the jury of the merits of their concept “Persil Nano-Clean.”
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As it was the team from China that won the fifth Henkel Innovation Challenge, tradition demanded that the 2013 final should take place in that country, with Shanghai chosen as the host city.
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The student teams were coached by experienced Henkel mentors as they prepared their presentations.
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The teams continued to refine their presentations for the grand final right up to the last second of the final round.
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The student teams and their mentors on the last evening of the final in Shanghai.
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Aside from participating in the competition, the competitors also took the opportunity to get acquainted with Chinese culture.
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The first day included a program of activities to enable the students to get to know cohorts from – in some cases – the other side of the world. Here, for example, an introduction into the Chinese art of paper cutting.
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Also a joint activity on the first day: calligraphy.
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In things culinary, too, the students were keen to find out what Shanghai had to offer, right from day one ...
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... and were even given the chance to “cook Chinese” – under professional supervision, of course.
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Henkel Innovation Challenge 5 (2011/2012)

Finalists from Spain: Joan Collell and Carles Marcos of team “We-Stick-it”. Their innovative product was the “Loctite SkinStick”.
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Urska Železnik and Nina Ogrin were the finalists from Slovenia.
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Štefan Kosa and Jakub Bíreš from Slovakia won the ticket to the final in Warsaw thanks to their innovative product “Ceresit Airtube”.
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Sebastian Lim Yaolong and Soo Wei Li Zen from team Loctite Seal-In were the finalists from SEA/ Singapore.
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With their revolutionary product “Fa Green Eco” Anastasiya Skripnik and Roman Naumenko from Russia booked their tickets into the final in Warsaw.
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The finalists from Romania: Smaralda Ardelean and Alina Mereuta from the Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies.
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The finalists from Poland: With their innovative idea for the Laundry and Home Care Business Unit, Aleksandra Baldos and Ewa Zerebiec represented Poland during the final.
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Maria Anna Spreafico and Anna Iuculano from team “Hurricane” were the finalists from Italy.
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Team “Innovatus Maximus” comprising of Jaireet Johal and Karan Kamath represented India during the international final in Warsaw.
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Finalists from Hungary: Szél Sándor and Rappay Virág of the “MarkeTeam” from the Corvinus University of Budapest.
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Team Hellseher comprising of Franziska Bohne and Gerd Schrörs, represented Germany during the international final in Warsaw.
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Finalists from France: thanks to their idea “Cleansphere by Rubson” Pille Myriam and Bola Nam won a ticket into the finals in Warsaw.
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Filip Degoricija and Matija Jakšic from team “Futür Manufaktür” were the finalists from Croatia.
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Cheung Hoi Fai and Sun Yi of team Loctite Watts represented China in the international final and emerged victorious.
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Benny Vossen and Laura Famelaer were the finalists from Belgium. Their innovative product was called “Syoss Phoenix Repair”.
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Michael Fellner and Florian Metzler from the Vienna University of Economics and Business represented Austria during the final in Warsaw.
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Cheung Hoi Fai and Sun Yi of team Loctite Watts from China are the winners of the 5th edition of the Henkel Innovation Challenge, which took place in Warsaw, Poland.
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The winners of HIC5: Team Loctite Watts from China during the award ceremony in Warsaw.
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Finalists from all participating countries at the international final in Warsaw, Poland.
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Nine teams of two took part in the German national final of the “Henkel Innovation Challenge" in Düsseldorf.
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Günter Thumser, President of Henkel Central Eastern Europe, congratulates the winners from China.
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The team “Two Riffic“, comprising of Veronika Tchiriaeva and Colin Bom from the Netherlands, made it to the international final in Warsaw.
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Chase Bennewitz and Kevin Willert from the Arizona State University represented North America during the international final in Warsaw.
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Dong Hyuk Kim and Hye Ji Kim from South Korea booked their ticket into the international final thanks to their innovative concept entitled „Acheson Genesives“.
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Mexico was represented at the international final in Warsaw by María Fernanda Pizá and Guillermo Meza Pérez from the University of Mexico.
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Henkel Innovation Challenge 4 (2010/2011)

The polish team wins the fourth henkel Innovation Challenge.
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Teams from 15 countries travelled to the final of the competition to Berlin.
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The french team received the rank 2.
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The turkish team (rank 3) presented in futuristic outfits.
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March 10, 2011: National Final in Austria
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March 8, 2011: National Final in Croatia
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March 1, 2011: National Final in Romania
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February 28, 2011: National Final in Germany
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February 25, 2011: National Final in Turkey
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February 21, 2011: National Final in Belgium
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February 21, 2011: National Final in the Netherlands
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February 4, 2011: National Final in Russia
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Henkel Innovation Challenge 2009/2010

The german team wins the third Henkel Innovation Challenge.
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Students and Henkel managers travelled from all over Europe to the final in Amsterdam.
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Very creative: The german team presented their ideas while lying on beach chairs.
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Second-place finisher from Austria and their mentor, Henkel manager Thomas Tönnesman.
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Third place for the Polish team.
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The italian team is preparing their next presentation.
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The international jury is delighted by the high level of the students' presentations.
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Exploring Amsterdam on bikes.
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March 17, 2010: National Final in Turkey
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March 17, 2010: National Final in Italy
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March 17, 2010: National Final in Poland
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March 15, 2010: National Final in Slovakia
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March 11, 2010: National Final in France
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March 9, 2010: National Final in Hungary
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March 9, 2010: National Final in Germany
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March 9, 2010: National Final in Germany
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March 9, 2010: National Final in Germany
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March 9, 2010: National Final in Germany
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March 9, 2010: National Final in Germany
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March 9, 2010: National Final in the Netherlands
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March 8, 2010: National Final in Spain
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March 2, 2010: National Final in Austria
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March 1, 2010: National Final in Russia
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February 8, 2010: National Final in Belgium
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Henkel Innovation Challenge 2008/2009

The winner team representing the Netherlands.
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The winning team presented a compelling concept for an innovative, environmentally compatible detergent.
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Second place was taken by the student team from Spain, seeing here with their mentor Luis Carlos Lacorte, General Manager Spain U-K.
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Presentation at the international final in Brussels.
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The Hungarian team is preparing their final presentation.
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Discussion with the Henkel mentor (Hungarian team).
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The international jury of the Henkel Innovation Challenge
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