And the winners are...
After months of competition, Accor’s Take Off! student challenge has come to an end and was a great success! Five talented teams coming from Vietnam, Canada, Switzerland and the Philippines pitched their projects in front of a jury of 15 professionals. The teams showed a great amount of enthusiasm, determination, perseverance, and dynamism throughout the final.
It is with immense pride that we announce the ranking of the winning teams of this year’s edition:
Click here to view their projects.
All three projects were well thought, aligned with Accor’s strategy, innovative and professionally presented. Once again, this final proved that student-driven innovation is at the heart of Accor.
“It is super important to value talent, to value brains and also to rely on student’s imagination to design the future.” – Maud Bailly
Thank you to all the partners, schools, professors, and Accor colleagues who contributed to making this year’s Take Off! Edition so successful.
See you next year!
The School Relations and Partnerships team,
Mathilde Hénault, Adèle Verré, Djibril Fofana, Fabrice Tessier
Take Off! is the worldwide student competition organized by Accor.
Our competition enables students to be evaluated by top-level Accor professionals and by recognized school teachers with various cultural backgrounds!
For the last 7 years, Accor has been challenging students from every corner of the globe with various issues connected with the group’s activities, such as loyalty programs, F&B services and lifestyle brands.
What can you win?
What is at stake for the finalists of
Take Off! 2019?
The 5 selected teams will be invited to attend the Finale in Paris. The following expenses will be covered by Accor:
Meet Sébastien Bazin, Chairman and CEO of Accor and other Accor's Top Management executives.
Why should you participate?
Who can participate?
Students must be:
Students cannot be:
When completing the official registration forms, the teams will be asked to accept these Official Rules (please refer to Rules further details). Failure to accept the Official Rules will prohibit the completion of the official registration form.