Hult Prize KCM

Hult Prize at Kathmandu College of Management (KCM) Begins!

Embarking on entrepreneurship, ideation, creativity and youthfulness, Hult Prize is an annual yearlong competition that crowd-sources unique ideas from university level students after putting forth a challenging theme to solve world’s most pressing problems. With $1,000,000 global startup prize as its anchor activity, the Hult Prize has brought various impact focused programs, events, workshops and trainings to over a million students worldwide. The Hult Prize has helped students create their own pathway to take actions to build a better world.

Hult Prize at Kathmandu College of Management (KCM) OnCampus Program started in 2020 to bring out the global leaders in social entrepreneurship and empower the students of KCM for the 21st century. This year, Hult Prize at Kathmandu College of Management (KCM)’s OnCampus Program has started off with high enthusiasm from all the Students. This competition gives the university’s winning Team the chance to qualify directly to the

Hult Prize Regional Summits and get one step closer to the Global Accelerator.

With the theme for this year being “Getting the World Back to Work”, students of Kathmandu College of Management (KCM) shall build businesses that will employ at least 2000 people by 2024 while creating a positive impact in the world. The Organizing committee will provide the participants with workshops including Startup basics, Business Concepts & BMC, Marketing Planning, Financial Planning, and Funding Sources Planning by expert professionals. They will also be guided by mentors on the Adapt, Improvise and Overcome week and in Pitch Perfect Weeks.

The final event will take place on March11th, 2022 in Kathmandu College of Management (KCM) with judges and special guests. The winners will directly advance to the Regional Summits happening in 15+cities around the world.

The Hult Prize at Kathmandu College of Management (KCM) hopes to provide students a vital role to play in changing the trajectory of some of the world’s toughest challenges, starting in their own communities and countries.