The Hult Global Case Challenge is an international case competition that is open to all university and college students from around the world. On March 5th 2011 in partnership with Water.org, we will hold regional events in five major cities across the world in: Boston, San Francisco, Dubai, London, and Shanghai. At the event, student teams of five will compete to develop innovative ideas and solutions to this year's challenge: the global clean water crisis.
The winning team from each regional event will move on to compete in an all-expense paid Global Final in New York City on April 28 2011, co-hosted by the Clinton Global Initiative where a US $1 million prize will be awarded to accelerate access to clean water and sanitation. President Bill Clinton will personally present the winning team at the award ceremony.
The video features one on one interviews with leading social entrepreneurs;
Gary White - co-founder water.org
Robert Harrison - CEO Clinton Global Initiative (CGI)
Charles Kane - President One laptop per child (OLPC)
Philip Hult - Chairman Hult International Business School
Ahmad Ashkar - Founder Hult Global Case Challenge
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