Wall Street Journal Asia's Asian Innovation Awards 2007 


The Wall Street Journal Asia’s Asian Innovation Awards 2007 is fast approaching and Charles Darwin University students are invited to submit an entry - submission deadline has been extended to 10 September.

These annual awards are Asia's premier honour for individuals and companies who come up with new ideas, methods or technologies, or apply existing knowledge in creative, new ways to improve quality of life or productivity.

Nominations are open to individuals or companies who conceptualised their invention in Asia and it is free to nominate (no fee is required).

In addition to the Asian Innovation Awards, the GES Award also will be presented, in association with the Singapore Economic Development Board. The GES Award honours Asia’s emerging Technopreneur of the Year. Entries will be judged on innovation, technology and the commercial potential of their proposals.

The Wall Street Journal Asia will feature the top entries for both awards on November 7, with publication of the winners one week later on November 14. This year's winners will be honoured in Singapore and will receive world-wide recognition and publicity.

For more information on the Asian Innovation Awards or last year’s winners, visit www.wsj-asia.com/aia.