The Hult Prize organizing committee in Nepal this week announced the winning team, which has advanced to the 11th annual Regional Summit in Vietnam. The “Pop-Pack” from King’s College won with their idea of revolutionizing the packaging industry of daily consumable items such as toothpaste and shampoo. The winning team of BBA students includes Sachin Dangi, Rupesh Puri, Samaya Khadka, and Sushat Gaire.
The Regional Summit is happening all around the globe including in countries like Malaysia, Japan, London, the US, Mexico, Jordon, Nigeria, Philippines, and Pakistan.
The Hult Prize is a crowdsourcing platform for social good that was named one of the top five ideas changing the world by TIME Magazine. The innovative crowdsourcing platform identifies and launches disruptive and catalytic social ventures to solve the planet’s most pressing problems. This year, the Hult Prize’s focus is on ‘Empowering the Earth: Bold Business for a Better Planet’.
Laxmi Bank released its 16-set sticker pack on Viber with the objective of making money-talks more enjoyable in the Viber chat world. This was the first ‘Nepali animated sticker pack’ to be released on Viber.
Stickers are a fun, colorful way to express in Viber and “Greetings from Laxmi” definitely does that, a press release issued by the bank reads. Laxmi Bank offers its valued customers products, services and tips that make a difference in the everyday lives of individuals, families, small businesses or large corporates, the statement adds.