Tag Archives: Hult International Business School

No Excuses! Hult Prize 2014

$1,000,000 dollars was gratefully accepted by NanoHealth, a startup that triumphed over five finalist teams before a packed room at the Clinton Global Initiative. It is one of many powerful stories surrounding and connecting a community of social entrepreneurs, students, mentors, supporters and guests.

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Action Project Learning Uncovers Innovative Solutions for Nike, GE and other Global Leaders

Each year, the Center for Innovation Excellence and Leadership (IXL Center) partners with the Hult International Business School and its MBA students on 'real world' action projects that brings great value to companies like Verizon, Nike, GE, Levis, and more. MBA students 'go for the gold' with global business leaders, to uncover where "the next growth will come from."

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Hult Prize Profile: Reel Gardening

The seed of innovation were planted in the 10 year old experience of Claire Reid who later designed Reel Gardening: a special paper strip, pre-packaged with organic open pollinated seeds and organic fertilizer spaced at the correct distance from one another -- to ensure the plant is positioned at the correct (optimum) depth in the soil.

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Hult Prize Profile: SokoText

Five graduate students/ entrepreneurs from the London School of Economics are one of six finalist teams competing for $1 million in seed funding. On Monday night in New York City, the winner -- of the $1 million dollar prize -- will be announced at the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative.

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