This email was sent on behalf of Hult OCAD U Campus Director, Bo Siu.

Bo is a Strategic Foresight and Innovation grad student and selected Campus Director for the Hult Prize Quarterfinals competition at OCAD Unversity. 


Hult Prize Pitch Day at OCADU

Time: 9:00 AM
Date: Saturday, December 9, 2017
Venue: Main Auditorium Rm 190
Location: 100 McCaul Street
Toronto, ON, M5T 1W1
Additional Info: Wheelchair Accessible. Street parking or Flat rate $7 parking lot on Saturdays at 75 McCaul St. (Pace Parking Ltd.)
We are proud to announce the annual OCAD University Hult Prize Quarterfinals Competition.
In partnership with the United Nations, the Hult Prize Foundation has created the world’s largest student movement and crowdsourcing platform dedicated to solving the most pressing social challenges on the planet. This year the challenge is focused on climate change: Harnessing the Power of Energy to Transform the Lives of 10 Million People.
This quarterfinal round of the Hult Prize competition showcases diverse teams of brilliant minds with big ideas from across OCAD University. Our campus winning team gets to bypass 20,000 plus applicants and fast track to regionals! The 2018 Global Finals will award the winning team 1 million USD in start-up capital and world renowned business-design mentorship.

Come compete with your team or simply join us to watch the next wave of social entrepreneurs!

Free Admission
Special Panel of Judges!
Teams register here:


The Hult Prize is the world’s largest annual student competition and start-up platform for social good. It aims to identify and launch the world’s next wave of social entrepreneurs by encouraging students from around the world to compete in teams to solve the planet’s biggest challenges with innovative ideas for sustainable start-up enterprises. Annual Hult Prize winners can make their ideas reality with the help of USD $1 million in seed funding, as well as mentorship from a network of global leaders and changemakers.


This year’s challenge:

“Harnessing the Power of Energy”

Energy is the lifeblood of human society. By creatively harnessing energy we can transform it into clean water, food, jobs, and connectivity. The world has enough latent capacity for energy innovation to shift the trajectory of global development. The world needs more disruption that taps into those energy innovations to accomplish a second transformation: the transformation of lives. The 2018 Hult Prize is an invitation to student teams around the world to find and develop energy innovations that can be scaled to improve the lives of millions.

For more information: