Female Entrepreneurs at Palestine Polytechnic University achieve advanced positions in the Spark Entrepreneurship Competition

Palestine Polytechnic University's female entrepreneurs have won the second and third place in the Spark Entrepreneurship Final Competition held on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, in the B-Hub Business Forum of the Center for Continuing Education at Birzeit University.
The PPU's student: Nancy El-Zaghal, from the College of Applied Sciences, has received second place for her project "Go Green" with a grant of $3000 US dollars, and the  student: Laila Hamouri, from the College of Information Technology and Computer Engineering, has also received third place for her project "Student Injez" with a grant of $1500, while the first place has gone to the student Nairouz Najmeddin, from the College of Pharmacy at Birzeit University, with a grant of $4,000. The students Noor-al Huda Abdullah and Amal Hamed,  from Birzeit University, have received business development services as a gift from the Business Forum at Birzeit University. This competition was  organized and carried out annually by the RC Dutch and supported by both al-Fakhoura and Sanad organizations.
It is noteworthy that the PPU's Business Incubator at the Center of Excellence and Continuing Education provided training, guidance and orientation to the two entrepreneurs to complete their project business plans before advancing to the final presentation of their project.
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