Announcing the 2018 Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition Finalists in the Best Ideas Category

Best Ideas 2018

Dear contestants of the 2018 Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition, this is the moment that we have all been waiting for. After a successful competition, we are excited to announce the ten finalists in the Best Ideas category.

Finalists in Best Ideas 2018 Category

  1. Educating every Person on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). A Potential Life Saver Technique
    By Kratika Gupta, India
  2. DocPat Helper
    By The M3N, India
  3. Employment Opportunity App
    By Lalit Sorout, India
  4. Thinking Outside the Box to Generating Electricity
    By Shadi Alzu’bi, Jordan
    By Neema Mit, Tanzania
  6. Cardio Vision
    By Omar Alhaj Mahmoud, Jordan (living in Saudi Arabia)
  7. High School Club of Entrepreneurs
    By Onyema Stephen, Nigeria
  8. Online School Especially for Low Background Students (Naijasec)
    By Temitope James, Nigeria
  9. Eco-Creative Photo Studio (Do What You Love Now)
    By Nawrath Minda, India
  10. Save Vriksha
    By Yeshwanth Vakati Ramesh, India

Find below each of the finalists’ ideas

Best Ideas 2018

Best Ideas 2018 features all the nominated entries submitted to the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition under ‘Submit your Idea’ category. All the entries consist of innovative solution or proposition for an enterprise that champions the Sustainable Development Goals. They can be on the conceptual, planning, or start-up stage. If you want to know the 10 finalists in this category, click HERE

Many thanks go to all the other participants! We hope that you enjoyed this experience and gained the knowledge to get started as an entrepreneur and change maker.
Congratulations to all of you!
The Entrepreneurship Campus Team

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  1. Please campus administrator this is amazing. Please do create an assessment programme, where you visit previous finalist and winners in their various projects some years after the competitions. This will create a sense of fulfillment. The new members will alway be thrilled that past campus members are keeping the fire burning in their respective communities. And of course this is the goal of the YCEC not just winning but doing things that vchange communities and achieving the SDGs

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