King’s College, Kathmandu is hosting its first Hult Prize Finals on December 14. Recognized by ex-US President Bill Clinton and Time Magazine as one of the top five ideas changing the world for the better, the Hult Prize On-Campus Program is led by students for students.
“We as students franchise global Hult Prize methodology and bring award winning programs to our university campus, including an On-Campus final pitch round which allows the winning team to fast track into a regional round of the $1M flagship startup program,” a release issued by the college reads. The Annapurna Media Network since its establishment has been working to enable social leadership and economic development through responsible media practices. AMN strongly believes that entrepreneurship development is necessary for the country’s economic development, and this in turn is possible only by enabling youths to establish a platform. With this belief, AMN is supporting Hult Prize at King’s College as media partner.
NSE discussion on improvisational dialogue
The Nepal School of Entrepreneurship this week hosted a program titled “Discussion on Improvisational Dialogue and Leadership” at its premises in Gairidhara, Kathmandu. Flemming Toft, an independent consultant, researcher/PhD candidate and musician who specializes in leadership and innovation in complex situations, conducted the session.
A total of 25 participants, ranging from entrepreneurs to musicians to social activists, were present. NSE is an organization committed to promoting and supporting aspiring entrepreneurs in Nepal through various workshops, seminars, discourses, and other programs.