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The First Step

towards turning the Earth to
the Planet of Loving Creators

      

Mass Media about the 1st Innompic Games

 

   

The city witnessed the launch of 'Innompic Games' which is an intellectual Olympics for world changers. Innompic Games saw the participation of people from various countries including India, Malaysia, Russia, Bhutan among others.

Jui Dharwadkar from Hindustan Times interacted with Vadim Kotelnikov, founder of Innompic Games to understand more about the event and its purpose.

 

Vadim Kotelnikov, Founder, pre-Games training, 1st Innompic Games, Pune, India 2017

 

What exactly is Innompic Games?

We all know and love the Olympics. These games were introduced a long time back during the time of warriors around 3,000 years ago. But since then, the world has changed a lot. Today's world is driven by creative and innovative people. Hence, we need more intellectual games. Considering this need, we came up with Innompic games. These are games are for innovators, creative and entrepreneurial people who want to change the world >>>

Why did you think of launching Innompic Games in India?

Innompic Games was launched today, September 17, 2017 in Pune and we chose India for it out of a pool of countries.

This is because Innompic Games has a social aspect associated with it. It deals with conscious change and taking responsible steps. In this regard, we felt that India is the right country for its launch considering that India is very socially aware today.

What is the mission of Innompic Games?

These games aim to unlock the potential of people and encourage them towards innovation and helping people globally.

These are not merely Games, but can be looked at as an accelerated way of learning.

Unlike the Olympics, in Innompic Games, we have ensured that even the spectators get completely involved and can showcase their talent and potential towards innovation.  >>>

When did you actually think of the concept of Innompic Games?

The concept was being thought of since 2001 when I was with 1000ventures.com. The idea was to inspire people to create and innovate.

The actual idea of Innompic Games came in 2010 and we announced it only last year. We are now going to take it across the globe.

What are your plans in the coming future to ensure that this game reaches the masses?

We want to connect at least 1 billion people from across the world to Innompic Games in the coming two years. This is a challenge for all of us. By 2019, we want to make Innompic Games available on the internet so that everyone can participate.

 

  

     

Members of the Russia Team read newspaper articles about the 1st Innompic Games

 

 

 

   

Ksenia Kotelnikova, Russia, 'Brilliant Ideas' award winner, 1st Innompic Games 2017

"Special innovation-focused education would be very useful, but effective participation is still possible when you have an open mind, a deep desire to make things better and a strong belief in yourself."... More

"Innompics gave me an opportunity to lead a team composed of participants from 8 different countries which was enriching experience of leading a multi-cultural group, and enhanced my leadership skills."... More

Mister Innovation World 2017, Tenzin Rabgay, Bhutan, 1st Innompic Games

"Do not be intimidated by stronger opponents: some new teams faced more established teams who had more time to prepare. Still, new teams demonstrated creativity and came up with great novel solutions."... More

~ Michael Zelin, USA, Judge
Winner of the '
Best Judge' award

"Minute preparedness while organizing of the events was another learning from Innompics."... More

~ VInayak Sharma, Nepal
Member of the
International Team

Vinayak Sharma, Nepal, 1st Innompic Games, Pune, India, presentation, tribune, International Team

 

 

 

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