Looking forward to attend the Hult-Business-Accelerator program at the Ashridge castle in London, England.
In march 2018 the Noor Medical Team, represented by Laila Berning, Andrew Bonneau and Saji Zagha, won first place with their start-up project “Noor Medical” in Tunis against 33 international student teams from prestigious universities and business schools such as the Sciences Po Paris and the Hult International Business School. The team gained entrance to the Hult-Business-Accelerator program at the Ashridge castle in London. The Hult Prize, a partnership between the Hult International Business School and the Clinton Global Initiative was established in 2010 and has become the world’s largest and most prestigious start-up event in the field of sustainable entrepreneurship.
During the the six weeks’ accelerator program the team will further develop their business model and get access to capital, mentorship, marketing, business development, customer acquisition and talent recruitment.
The team is extremely excited to join the program, to meet and learn from inspiring people from around the world.
The team looks forward to extending skills gained through participation in the Climate KIC Graduate Student Entrepreneurship Program, the Smart Green Accelerator Program, and the BadenCampus Accelerator Program, in addition to experience gained at previous start-up endeavours. Noor Medical is a multinational and interdisciplinary team driven by the vision to improve humanity’s access to equitable healthcare. They aim to address the 1.5 billion people per year who do not have access to rural medical clinics with a reliable electricity supply — which often results in the improper sanitation of medical equipment.
We would highly appreciate your support as we pursue the next stage of our endeavour.