Intelligence Hunt invites talented students universities all over Europe, professional mentors with long and wide industry and service experience and matches them with the Case Companies in real business case assignments. The project lasts from 2-3 months and culminates in the Finals, where the student teams present their solutions and high-level inspiring industry speakers share their views with the audience.
Deliverables from the Intelligence Hunt can be compared to pre-studies or feasibility studies with a clear and robust business case, which our mentors will help the students to create. Fresh new ideas and the highest and most modern technological solutions are emphasised throughout the whole project.
SeaFocus, being a business platform with contacts to the key industry players and international flagships, invites appropriate keynote speakers and company representatives to inspire the students.
IntelligenceHunt Project - What is it for the Companies and the Students?
IntelligenceHunt Project Case Companies
IntelligenceHunt Project Company Cases
IntelligenceHunt Project Event Partners
By commissioning SeaFocus to engage the students the companies will get a tailored solution proposal to your case and see the employee candidates live on stage.
The students will work on concrete company cases for about 3 months and the project culminates to a Finals, where the student teams will present the solutions with the companies.
The Finals works as a perfect forum for networking too. The audience consists of representatives of the case companies, students - the future talents, potential clients, partners, suppliers and also recruiters.
FINALS May 5th-6th 2021
Messe München Transport and Logistic
FINALS January 22nd, 2020
NaviGate2020, Turku, Finland
FINALS June 7th, 2019
Nor-Sipping, Oslo, Norway
FINALS November 14th, 2018
M/S Silja Symphony & Makasiini Terminal
Port of Helsinki, Finland
FINALS June 12th, 2018
Lindholmen Centre, Gothenburg, Sweden
FINALS November 14th, 2017
M/S Silja Serenade, Helsinki, Finland
FINALS May 18th, 2017
Heureka Science Centre, Finland