The British College Announce They Will Host The Hult Prize 2023
Due to its great success last year, The British College is excited to announce that in 2023 they will once again be hosting The Hult Prize.
Established by The Hult Prize Foundation - a global platform for entrepreneurship, innovation, and start-ups - The Hult Prize is a forum for aspiring participants to present their ideas to a panel of judges and compete to obtain a seed investment of $1 million dollars.
Last year, only two teams in the whole of Nepal were nominated by the HultPrize foundation for the Central South Asia Program of the Year award, and one of them was The British College. As a result, TBC sponsored organisers Grismum Tiwari and Sandeep Yadav to attend the event, which was held in Nairobi, Kenya.
This year, Miss Prajolita Bista has been appointed as Campus Director for the Hult Prize and will be the first woman to take this position. Joining her will be two DCDs, Sandeep Yadav and Sujit Gyawali, and 20 Committee Members.
The team has already begun planning the event - and has even started doing some great work. On 14th September, on the occasion of National Children's Day, the Hult Prize committee joined St.Xavier's School alumni to raise funds to donate materials to an NGO which looks after children who are victims of sexual assault.
On 27th September 2022, Miss Bista held a meeting where she discussed forthcoming events and revealed that the theme for the Hult Prize 2023 will be: Redesigning Fashion to be Sustainable. She also confirmed that applications will be opening in mid-October and welcomed TBC students to apply for this wonderful opportunity.
Created at: 2022-11-01 08:34:40Categories:
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