8th October 2020, Kathmandu
Youth And Entrepreneurship: Connecting Dots, a Virtual Webinar Series to create an impact.
Hult Prize at Kathamandu University is organizing the Youth And Entrepreneurship: Connecting Dots, a virtual Webinar Series with the aim to motivate students and youths to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. The series is starting from Saturday, 10 Oct 2020, 3:00-4:30 PM. In the coming session Mr. Suraj Raj Panday, CEO of FiBRO, and Ms. Faija Praween, Founder of Open Space Network are delivering their inspiring message for the youths. Registration is free and can be done through www.bit.ly/register-hp . The event will also be live telecasted on the Facebook page: www.fb.com/kuhultprize
“One of the most powerful tools for engaging young people as entrepreneurs is education and learning. Whether happening through mentorships, schools, family relations, or the local library, young people can learn how to start businesses, operate in the economy, expand their wealth and build their mindsets in order to become and maintain entrepreneurship in their lives. So the aim of this webinar series is to teach entrepreneurial skills to the young people,” said the Campus Director Abinash Silwal. He added, they are coming with more exciting and renowned National and International speakers in the coming days.
The Hult Prize is an annual, year-long competition that crowd-sources ideas from University students after challenging them to solve a pressing social issue. The Hult Prize has been a benchmark program for social entrepreneurs. The Hult Prize Foundation, in partnership with the United Nations, has been organizing the annual event awarding one startup with 1 Million USD from around the globe. Every year the theme changes to create an impact on the world. This year’s Challenge is “Food for Good. Transforming food into a vehicle of change”. At Kathmandu University this event has been happening since 2016. For more visit: http://www.hultprizeat.com/ku-nepal