Enactus Blog

  • Puerto Rico National Competition Highlights

    If you had to pick a theme for this year’s Enactus Puerto Rico National Competition, it would be sharing. Sharing the impact the teams had in communities across the country. Sharing the knowledge of experienced business executives with the future leaders of Puerto Rico. And sharing the experience of the competition with supporters throughout the country and around the world. […]

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  • Mexico National Competition Highlights

    Last year’s Enactus World Cup host country certainly kept the enthusiasm and excitement from the global competition alive at this year’s national competition. Held at Centro Expositor Puebla in Puebla City from 7 to 9 June, this year’s Enactus Mexico National Competition brought together over 1,000 people to celebrate the impact our teams are making across the country. The State Governor Rafael Moreno Valle opened the event, acknowledging that the best way to fight poverty is by generating wealth, and the students are making a tremendous difference by implementing their innovative and sustainable projects in the communities that need it most, improving the economic condition of the people involved. […]

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  • Singapore National Competition Highlights

    If you check out the Enactus Singapore Facebook page, you will see post after post of where they have shared the national competition results and stories of their fellow Enactus countries. This sense of support and camaraderie was strongly felt during their own national competition on 21 June, a testament to the passionate students involved, the strong leadership of the staff and board of directors, the example set by the faculty members, and the support provided by the donors and executives who give both time and resources. […]

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  • India National Competition Highlights

    One of the unique features of the Enactus program is connecting business leaders and students in a meaningful way around a shared cause. Watching the Enactus India National Competition unfold over social media, you were struck by how the event was the perfect example of this. Over 130 leading executives participated in the competition, which took place 1 and 2 July at the Taj Lands Ends in Mumbai. They served as judges in the three rounds of competition, participated in panel discussions to share their views and experiences with the students, and showed their support with messages on social media. […]

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  • Tunisia National Competition Highlights

    It’s not every day that you have the chance to meet the leader of your country. But if you are involved with the Enactus Tunisia program and attended their national competition on 25 June at the Sheraton Hotel in Tunis, you got to do just that as the Prime Minister of Tunisia, Mehdi Jomaa was on hand to experience the excitement of the event, learn about the incredible accomplishments of the students, and present the award to the national champion team. […]

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  • Ghana National Competition Highlights

    In preparation for the upcoming World Cup, Enactus Ghana invited a special guest to their national competition, which was held 19 and 20 June at the Mensvic Grand Hotel in Accra: H.E. Ms. Sun Boahong, the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana. Not only was she on hand to help present the award to the national champion team from the University of Ghana, but she also addressed the delegates in a keynote speech. Her message of fostering entrepreneurship and embracing innovation, action and cooperation to create a brighter future resonated with all in attendance.

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  • Netherlands National Competition Highlights

    If there were an award handed out for the most impressive venue for a national competition, Enactus Netherlands may just win it. Held on 13 June at Utrecht University in Jaarbeurs, the competition’s main ceremony room looked like it was set to host an international fashion show or major brand release, with its bright lights and modern design. The look and feel of the room, however, paled in comparison to the energy, excitement and passion displayed by the teams that presented, the faculty who cheered them on, and the executives who gave their time to make the day such a success.

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