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The $1 billion question: you have till tomorrow...
Judging by today's incoming mail,. quite a few people have woken up to the fact that tomorrow is the closing date for this year's JIPLP competition. The details, which can also be found on the official JIPLP website, are reproduced below:
The $1 billion question
Enter our JIPLP competition for 2013 and you could win a year’s free subscription to JIPLP. All you have to do is send us your account of which 5 intellectual properties you would invest $1 billion in and why.
This should be a short piece of writing (between 500-600 words). It should explain who you are (contributor, board member, subscriber etc) and what 5 intellectual properties (or fewer) you would invest in if you were given $1 billion. Entries will be judged by the JIPLP team and prizes will be awarded for those entries demonstrating good financial acumen, for being creatively written, with style and panache and also for how humorous the piece is. The winning entries will be published on the JIPLP blog.
The winning entries will be decided upon by JIPLP editor Jeremy Phillips and the JIPLP Team at OUP. Entries should be between 500-600 words, and be submitted by 31st October 2013. The winning entries will be announced on 6th January 2014. Entries to be submitted to Christopher.firstname.lastname@example.org
What prizes are available:
Financial Acumen - £500 of OUP books and a year's free personal sub to JIPLP
Creativity and Style - £250 of OUP books and a year's free personal sub to JIPLP
Humour - £250 of OUP books and a year's free personal sub to JIPLP
The winning pieces will be published on the JIPLP blog.
Who decides it JIPLP editor Jeremy Phillips and the JIPLP Team at OUP
Date of award
6th January 2014
Closing date for entries
31st October 2013
Format of entries
Entries to be between 500-600 words
Criteria for judging
Entries will be judged by the JIPLP team and prizes awarded for demonstrating good financial acumen, for being creatively written, with style and panache, and also for how humorous the piece is.
It shouldn't take you long to put together an entry -- and you might even be the lucky winner!