Intellidex FinQuiz

Posted in: i-Blog on November 11, 2020


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Does your company have South Africa’s sharpest financial brainsWe’re giving you the opportunity to prove it, while raising money for charity!  

In the run up to the festive season, we are hosting an exciting new charity drive through a “virtual pub quiz” to test your financial general knowledge. So get your team together – we encourage you to challenge associates, colleagues and competitors to help us rally resources in support of those who have been most severely affected by Covid-19.  

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE QUIZ 

There is an entry fee of R2,000 per team which will go into a pot to be donated to the charity chosen by the winning team. Any charity can be chosen by the team entering provided it is a bona fide public benefit organisation that is registered as a non-profit organisation in South Africa. The donations will be made to the winning teams charity in the names of the companies that entered (unless you expressly indicate otherwise). If requested, section 18A certificates will be requested from the winning charity for each company that enters. 

Intellidex will match the total amount raised through the quiz with a donation to the Seriti Institute, subject to a cap of R40,000. 

Your team can have up to five players. Please choose a team name for your entry form. Companies are welcome to enter more than one team. All team members must be bona fide employees (or contract staff) of the company they represent. Entries must be in by midnight on 23 November. 

The quiz will be done virtually and presented by our finquizmaster, Dr Stuart Theobald, over five knockout rounds 

  1. Multiple choice questions: Financial general knowledge 
  2. Multiple choice questions: Global financial general knowledge
  3. Pictures
  4. Music 
  5. General Knowledge  

Teams can assemble together to compete or do so through virtual meeting rooms that we will enable. Quiz questions will be developed by Intellidex and accepted answers on the night will be final. 

The team with the best virtual background will win a mystery prize! 

Once you have registered, we will share further details on where the registration fee can be paid. Your registration will be approved once proof of payment has been received. 

We look forward to having some festive fun in support of a good cause following a gruelling 2020! Hope to see you there. 

For any queries, please contact Jana van Deventer at jvandeventer@intellidex.co.za  

The fineprint: terms and conditions

  1. Any charity can be chosen by the team entering provided it is a bona fide public benefit organisation that is registered as a non-profit organisation in South Africa.
  2. All team members must be bone fide employees (or contract staff) of the company they represent.
  3. The full prize pot collected from entries will be donated to the charity of the winning team.
  4. The donations will be made to the winning teams’ charity in the names of the companies that entered (unless you expressly indicate otherwise). If requested, section 18A certificates will be requested from the winning charity for each company that enters.
  5. Entries must be received by midnight on 23 November.
  6. Intellidex will match the total amount raised through the quiz with a donation to the Seriti Institute, subject to a cap of R40,000.
  7. Quiz questions will be developed by Intellidex and accepted answers on the night will be final.
  8. Teams will provide answers through online forms and these cannot be changed after submission.
  9. No correspondence will be entered into regarding the correctness or otherwise of answers!
  10. Please ensure you have a stable connection for the duration of the event. Teams that lose connection will be able to reconnect and submit questions during the round, but cannot complete for a previous round.
  11. Team members can be changed at any point up to the start of the quiz, but cannot be changed during the quiz.

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