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Azm students show entrepreneurial spirit

Azm University students claimed two of the four awards offered by the Theemar Business Idea Competition (TBIC) whose intent was to encourage students to develop marketable ideas.

Students from nine North Lebanon universities participated in the competition, and ideas presented from Azm students won two of the $1000 prizes, and students from the Lebanese University won the other two.

The two winning projects from Azm University are:
  • Mr. Tidy, a special garbage bin with a special design and audio features, to attract young children to throw their litter in the bin. The idea was developed by Fawzie Ferri, Nour Sbalbal, Salwa Rifai, all three second year Business Administration Students
  • Nadel, a self-service ordering application with video features for restaurants, by Mohamamd Maasarani, Saad Matar, second year Journalism and Media students

The students received a check for $1,000 for each of their projects, and will have access to $3,000 in kind to enable them to develop their ideas further. According to the organizers, the purpose of the competition is to encourage and support young entrepreneurs in developing their business ideas.

Congratulations to the winners on this great achievement!
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