Teamup is organizing Hult Prize Pakistan National Event on 4th and 5th of January, 2017 at the National Incubation Center, Islamabad. Event Sponsors include IBM, National Incubation Center & Isra University. The Top-3 teams of National Event will be awarded Incubation at National Incubation Center, Islamabad & IBM Global Entrepreneur Program. Hult Prize Pakistan National Event will be themed around “Refugees – Reawakening Human Potential” which will be focused on restoring the rights and dignity of refugees.
Hult Prize was named ‘One of the Top 5 Ideas Changing the World’ in 2012 by President Clinton and TIME Magazine. Hult Prize 2017 Case Challenge aims to reach 10M people by 2022 and believe young people and their collective wisdom is the only way forward. The Hult Prize Pakistan is encouraging University Students across Pakistan to compete in a $1 Million Challenge. Last date to apply for the Hult Prize Challenge is 25thDecember, 2016.
The 2017 challenge outlines very clear areas for disruptive innovation in each stage of the refugee cycle. For further information on Hult prize challenge on refugees, you can check the case challenge on the Hult website.
Hult Prize 2017 Challenge, invites millennials from over 100 countries to craft new business models that will measurably restore the rights and dignity of 10 million refugees along one of five dimensions of the human experience: Place, Community, Learning, Ownership, and Opportunity.
The case study is a guiding document to constructing your social venture. It has been written exclusively for 2017’s Hult Prize, and takes a deep dive into the journey of a refugee from the moment in time that movement becomes a possibility – not a reality.
The Hult Prize annual competition crowd sources ideas from the brightest minds around the world after challenging them to solve a pressing social issues around topics such as food, security, water, access, water and education.
So download the Hult Prize 2017 Case Challenge, form a team and show “How you will Change the World with $1 million.”