Khalifa Fund announces the winning students of the Venturist Entrepreneurship Summer Camp 2021

'Glow' and 'Hydrogen Powered Cars' (HPC), have been announced the winners of the esteemed Venturist Khalifa Fund Entrepreneurship Summer Camp 2021

  

-       Over 100 students participated in 80 hours of expertise workshops and lessons led by industry leaders

-       Students received special guest speakers across fields such as entrepreneurism, marketing and public relations

Abu Dhabi: Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development have announced ‘Glow’ and HPC as the winners of the Venturist Entrepreneurship Summer Camp competition. The Glow business team included of Maryam Al Fardan, Rayan Al Yassi, Abdulla Al Nuaimi, Ghalia Al Kaabi and Obaid Al Nasri, and the ‘HPC’ team consisted of Moza Al Mazrouei, Zaid Tarek, Shahad Al Naqbi, Hamad Daiban and Khawla Al Hashmi. After their 10-day camp, Glow produced an in-depth business plan on a virtual luxury assistant service, which highlighted a competitor analysis, a marketing strategy and a financial cost-breakdown. HPC, a sustainability solution to transport, also produced a comprehensive business plan which featured the target market and need for their service. 

Mouza Al Nasri, Acting CEO of Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development, stated: “Khalifa Fund would like to congratulate the exceptional winning teams for their display of entrepreneurial knowledge and understanding following an extensive edition of the Venturist summer camp. For over 80 hours of workshops and lessons, the students showed the commitment required towards being successful in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

It’s a delight to see these bright-minded and talented students put their new skillset into practice. These students showcased that they have the capacity to further diversify the UAE’s economy through their innovative entrepreneurial skills

Mouza Al Nasri added: “The Venturist Entrepreneurship Summer Camp 2021 proved to be a great success, and serves as a platform for the next generation of entrepreneurs to gain new skills and acquire an understanding on what is needed to be successful within enterprise endeavors. We believe the Venturist is an imperative initiative that could potential shape the future of our SME sector; therefore, we will strive to provide this opportunity in years to come, with the aim of enabling and empowering the youth and to further advance our entrepreneurial ecosystem.”

For more information about the Venturist Khalifa Fund Entrepreneurship Summer Camp, Khalifa Fund’s ongoing youth development programs, and their enterprise development services, please visit www.khalifafund.ae. 

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