Splash Projects’ community partnership with INSEAD has created value of about €4 million

Splash Projects were delighted to see our community partnership with INSEAD has been mentioned in the latest INSEAD Annual Report.

In the Degree Programme’s section of the Report, it says: “Incoming [MBA] students in academic year 2018/2019 also completed four team-building projects that benefit our local communities, led by UK-based organisation SPLASH Projects. In January 2019, students in Singapore built a fantasy-themed bike track to help children with learning difficulties develop their coordination and strength, while their classmates in Europe constructed a town-themed play fence for a similar Fontainebleau charity. We have calculated that our 12-year partnership with SPLASH Projects, which includes some Executive Education activities, has created value of about €4 million in terms of saved labour and materials costs for more than 30 community groups.

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A 12-year partnership going strong

In 2007, Splash Projects began running projects with INSEAD, initially with some of its Executive Education programmes participants and then, from 2012, with all its MBA students.

To date, more than 9,500 INSEAD participants have worked on over 90 projects benefiting more than 30 charities and thousands of vulnerable adults and children. The value of these projects is estimated at  €4 million in donated materials and saved labour costs.

Each January and August during launch week, 530 MBA students take part in a Splash project: 80 a day over four days in France and 70 a day over three days in Singapore.

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