July 2012

  • 31 Jul 2012

    Two Harvard Business School Teams Win Chef Ferran Adrià's Global Ideas Challenge Competition

    BOSTON—Two teams from Harvard Business School (HBS) have won first prize in the “Ideas for transformation” Global Ideas Challenge Competition, organized by Chef Ferran Adrià and Spanish telecommunications company Telefónica. The competition is intended to shape the new era of elBulli, the renowned restaurant Adrià closed in July 2011 to focus on establishing the elBullifoundation, a place of creativity and innovation that he will launch in 2014. The HBS teams, Team A and Duende, will each receive a prize of 10,000€. A third finalist team from London Business School won second prize. A total of 31 projects were entered in the competition. Read more.