Entries in competition (10)
Off on a Frontier project this summer? We’re sending a Supply Drop full of all the things we know you’re going to miss while you’re out there. So get over to the Frontier Official Facebook page and vote for your project now!! Don’t forget to share it with your friends and family as the project with the most votes will win. Find out more info here...
In this new feature, we'll be bringing you one interesting and inspirational talk courtesy of TED every month. TED is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to Ideas Worth Spreading. TEDtalks was initially designed to share the work of the organisation online, and has gained in popularity massively due to the their broad range of engaging content as well as the inspirational speakers themselves.
Last month Frontier, Wildeye, Wildlife-film.com and NHU Africa collaborated to launch a film competition, hoping to find some exciting new wildlife film-making talent! We asked entrants to send us a 3-minute wildlife video, as well as a 150-word production proposal explaining how the footage could be made into a feature length film or series.
We were lucky enough to speak to one of the most highly respected characters from the world of rock climbing. If you’ve never before seen Johnny Dawes scale a rock face, then we recommend you do so immediately - you’re in for a treat. His exciting approach to both the physical and mental sides of climbing have been celebrated ever since his arrival on the scene as a 16 year old. We're also launching an amazing competition giving you the chance to win a free climbing master-class from Johnny himself.
Humanity has always faced a huge number of challenges, from exploration and navigation to advances and breakthroughs in medical science. One way that these challenges have been overcome is through incentivised competition, where prizes are offered to the first individual or team to find a solution. Read how the X Prize Foundation approach this.
The 2011 Rugby World Cup is here at last. This year’s competition will take place in New Zealand, and the hosts are hot favourites for the crown. Here at Frontier, we’re finding it hard to pick a team to support. Our loyalties are divided between all of the fantastic countries that we have projects in. Here’s the low-down on the teams we’re backing: