The Hult Prize at IOE, also known as the “Nobel Prize for students,” is hosting its third episode, “Creating Business Idea and Design Thinking” to help young entrepreneurs turn their business ideas into reality. This year’s theme for the Hult Prize competition is “Redesigning Fashion” and participants are eager to learn more about it. This episode will focus on helping participants come up with viable ideas for the competition and introducing them to design thinking. It is particularly beneficial for those who have yet to finalize their idea and need help creating a winning product.
The first two episodes of the “Entrepreneur Talk Series” were well-received by the audience, introducing them to entrepreneurship and helping them form their dream teams. This third episode is also expected to draw a large crowd and receive positive feedback from the masses.
The Hult Prize at IOE is made possible by the collaboration of several partners, including MSecurity as the security partner, Daraz as the e-commerce partner, NMB Capital as the silver sponsor, Masta Kala as the title sponsor, Protozoa host as the hosting partner, Entrance Cafe as the venue partner and Impact Hub, Taskade and Digital Ocean as the general sponsors.
The guest speakers for this episode are Nikhil Agrawal and Arun Agrawal, the founders of Masta Kala, along with Sujit Pathak, the co-founder of Veda and Nirdesh Dwa, the CEO of Veda. Masta Kala is a company that specializes in creating personalized gifts, while Veda aims to digitize schools and solve inefficiencies in daily processes. Nikhil Agrawal is committed to hiring regional craftsmen and marketing regional goods on a global scale. Arun Agrawal has been instrumental in making Masta Kala the successful company it is today. Sunil Pathak has been named as one of the most influential business leaders under 30 years old in Asia by Forbes magazine, while Nirdesh Dwa is an alumni of the MIT Bootcamp and RICE Advanced Leadership Program.
With such experienced professionals offering their advice, this third episode of the “Entrepreneur Talk Series” is sure to be an informative and exciting event. Even if you are not participating in the Hult Prize, you can attend the event and gain valuable insights about design thinking and innovative entrepreneurship.
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