The ENACTUS World Cup is Coming to London!
16th June 2017
If you have not heard of it, you need to find out about the student Enactus World Cup.
From September 26th to 28th, 2017 a select group of 3,500 students, business, academic and government leaders from around the globe will gather in London for a very special event that includes three unforgettable days of collaboration, competition and celebration of sustainability.
Enactus King’s College London will represent Enactus UK at the Enactus World Cup. They will showcase their inspirational international social enterprise, Light Mountain, which provides clean cooking stoves and fuel solutions to rural communities in Tanzania and Branched, an enterprise in London seeking to empower refugees through English language education and work experience through their enterprise which utilises unsellable fruit and vegetables to produce crisps.
Watch the Enactus World Cup video here
ENACTUS is an international non-profit organisation dedicated to inspiring students to improve the world through entrepreneurial action. In short ENACTUS students are a treasure trove of sustainability engagement, ideas and drive. If you have a ENACTUS group on your site engage with them. If not, inspire your students to set one up.
is the list of the ENACTUS teams operating in UK universities.
This is an invitation only event. If you are interested in attending, please contact Rosie Connolly – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Background to ENACTUS
Founded in 1975, Enactus is an international community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world. Enactus UK was founded in 2001 and now operates in 56 universities, with more than 2700 active students.
This year, they volunteered more than 84,000 hours to create and implement 188 social outreach projects that sustainably improved the lives of 7400 people.
Students use innovative and entrepreneurial solutions to tackle a wide range of social needs, empowering diverse beneficiaries such as the unemployed, homeless, refugees, aspiring entrepreneurs and ex-offenders. They also harness the expertise of engineering students to tackle global issues such as sanitation, irrigation and disease. These practical experiences not only transform lives, but give students the opportunity to step out of the classroom and develop skills first-hand and the perspective that is essential to responsible leadership in an ever-more complicated and challenging world.