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CSUC Welcomes Hult Prize

Students of the Christian Service University College (CSUC) will be participating for the first
time in the global competition dubbed, ‘Hult Prize’ this year.

The Local Organizing Committee for the on-Campus edition of Hult Prize is highly enthused
about the College’s participation and the great initiative of Hult Prize that brings to bear the in-
depth knowledge and understanding of entrepreneurship.

CSUC now joins about 5 Universities to participate in the Global competition and vows to
outpace previous competitors in the upcoming event.

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President of the Students’ Representative Council of CSUC, Prince Agyemang Duah has pledged
his profound support to the campus Director, Osei-Nyamekye Boateng and has encouraged
interested students to form teams of four or three members to start putting their entrepreneurship
ideas together.

He noted that the winner of the On-Campus Hult Prize competition would automatically move to
participate in the Regional competition abroad and the Grand finale in the United States of
America for one million dollars ($1m) as seed capital to launch a business.

Just as Bill Clinton, former President of the US had announced on September 11, the theme for
the On-campus competition for 2019/2020 is ‘Building Startups that have a Positive Impact on
our Planet with Every Dollar Earned’.

Meanwhile, irrespective of the winner, the Campus Organising Committee seeks to create a
strong relationship between the various CSUC teams and successful entrepreneurs who will
mentor them to improve upon their entrepreneurial ideas with their many years of experience.


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