“Making the world a better place and impacting people lives has never been an easy job, for that we need leaders who are always able to see the bigger picture, to inspire, coordinate and most importantly, to persevere in the tough times. and here comes the magical role of Hult Prize as a platform where you can thrive to develop the necessary qualities of a leader while impacting millions of lives. Join Us in building the next wave of Impact Leaders! ” Campus Director Mohammad Mbarek.
The Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax will host the largest student competition in the world “Hult Prize” on December 20, 2020.
FSEG has been selected for the first time to host the largest student competition in the world for the creation of new social enterprises.
This year’s challenge is about food, where students are asked to create a start-up that will turn food into a vehicle for change by creating jobs, stimulating economies, re-imagining supply chains and improving results for 10000,000 people by 2030.
Various training and workshops were conducted to prepare 24 teams for the final event “On-Campus final” to be held online on December 20, 2020.
A winning team of each city hosting the event will then visit an incubator. In this incubator, the participants will make the most of mentoring, advice and strategic planning during the creation of their prototypes and the preparation for launching their new social company.
The last phase of the competition will be held in September, during which the winning team will receive the Prize worth USD$1 Million.
The Hult Prize Foundation transforms how young people envision their own possibilities as leaders of change in the world around them. With a US$1,000,000 global start-up prize as it’s anchor activity, the Hult Prize has brought impact-focused programs, events, and training to over a million students globally, creating a pathway for youth everywhere to take action to build a better world.
The Hult Prize is the world’s biggest engine for the launch of for good, for-profit enterprises emerging from university. In nearly a decade, with over 2500 staff and volunteers around the world, the movement has deployed more than $50M of capital into the sector and mobilized more than one million young people to re-think the future of business as it continues to breed disruptive innovation on college and university campuses across 100 plus countries.