The European Young Enterprise and Junior Achievement Competition is being held in Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, attracting some 200 international students from 38 countries and regions.
The four-day event scheduled for July 22-25 features a large international student firm competition and top junior achievements presentations.
In the past two days each company's representative delivered a presentation introducing their respective company and was interviewed by a jury behind closed doors.
On Thursday each company made their live presentation before public at a shopping center in downtown Tallinn for website online ballot.
Latvian students presented their wooden bow tie with artistic style, Greek students showed their eco-night eye, a night lightenning system for bicycles while the students from the Czech Republic demonstrated their month-long-life indoor flower-planting bed at the presentation site.
One of the more outside-the-coop ideas exhibited at the Young Enterprise and Junior Achievement Europe (JA-YE) is a Luxembourg student firm that provides chicken rentals -- hens can be tracked by webcam with the eggs from that specific chicken delivered to the customer every week, according to the report by Estonian Public Broadcasting