On a Wednesday evening, February 2, the HULT prize at Saraswati Multiple Campus community met up for invigorating talk series: The information session about the HULT, and the idea of pitching the business idea which marks the first stage of the series. The evening was dedicated to exploring the business ideas, benefits of the HULT prize as a global leading platform. More than 50 participants interacted throughout one and a half hours exploring and discussing ideas, asking questions, and being answered.
The event was started by greetings to the audience and guest speaker with the Event Management Head as well as a host of the session Mr. Aman and co-host Ms. Merina Mandal, Campus Director Bidur Prasad Lohani, Deputy Campus Director Anisha Dhakal. Shortly after the greetings, our guest speaker Mr. Sujen Shrestha joined the session. He is the Deputy Community Director serving three years straight, on the HULT prize, and is a final year mechanical engineering student.
Mr. Sujen Shrestha, Deputy Director, led a very interactive and energetic session. He talked about the principles of pitching, urging the participants to orient their ideas best suit their motives. He provided the reason to join the HULT prize also introduced the HULT prize as a global leading platform, also the challenges of the HULT prize. He spoke in detail about how to develop company ideas, citing Daraz, Foodmandu, Pathao as examples. During an interactive Q/A session, he addressed queries of the audience, the fear of public speaking, and pitching confidently.
The session was lengthy so a short musical break was taken, for the entertainment of the audience. In the end, Mr. Bidur Prasad Lohani, the Campus Director of Hult Prize at Saraswati Multiple Campus, concluded the session with the future events timeline of the Hult prize at Saraswati Multiple Campus, also shared a few words on Campus registrations, which will be open from 6th February. Indeed, it was a successful session.
By Safalta Ghimire