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SBAU On Campus Hult Prize 1st Round Competition Is Officially Commencing

SBAU On Campus Hult Prize 1st Round Competition Is Officially Commencing 

n 2009, Ahmad Ashkar created a company which in time became widely known as the Nobel Prize for students and entrepreneurs. The foundation and its work hold even more significance presently. Now, SBAU on campus Hult Prize 1st round competition of 2021 is officially commencing.

The 1st round of the on-campus Hult Prize competition at Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SBAU) has started through team registrations. This year a staggering amount of 35 teams has registered in the SBAU on-campus competition.

Hult Prize Foundation

The Hult Prize Foundation had started its journey based on a simple principle, to transform today’s youth into leaders who impact the world around them and turn their startup dreams into reality. The Founder and CEO of the Hult Prize have stated this,

“Solving the world’s most pressing challenges is not just the right thing to do, it is also good business.”

The other two Co-CEOs of the foundation are- Philip Hult and Edward Hult. Along with CEO Ahmad Ashkar, their vision is to enable the world to prosper through creating startups that turn into established businesses, solving global problems, and providing education and a lifetime of experiences.

Hult Prize 1st Round Officially Commencing

The esteemed Hult Prize business competition has 4 steps. The first one is the “Campus Round”. The winning team of this round will proceed to be selected primarily for the next step- “Regional Round”. The funds flow through from a combined effort of The Bill Clinton Foundation and the United Nations (Office for Partnerships).

The 1st round program is on 13th November 2020. The final round is determined to be held on 28th November 2020. The last extended date of registration was till 29th October.

The organizers have decided on and announced activities for the upcoming events. They also have arranged training sessions, which have been named “Grooming Sessions”.

The campus director, Rifatul Islam has mentioned that the Hult Prize Foundation has selected this years’ challenge as “Food for Good”. The issue surrounding the challenge is to- solve the existing problem of food supply chains, poverty alleviation, creating new designations for 1 crore people in the world by 2030.

Partners and Sponsorships

Any reputed competition needs sponsors and partners. The on-campus partners of this year’s Hult Prize competition are- The Daily Ittefaq, Smartifier Academy, SAUPS, SAUCC, Kishan Theatre, Upstarters, EMK Center, Greeniculture, Somoy TV, etc.

So, keep an eye out for the intriguing commencement of the SBAU on campus Hult Prize 1st round competition. See who wins and proceeds to the next round!

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