Canada’s Lambton College wins 2018 Enactus World Cup

3,500 students from universities and colleges and business leaders from 35 countries descended on San Jose, California for the 2018 Enactus World Cup. The Enactus World Cup 2018 hosted 3,500 students from 1,700 universities and colleges based in 35 countries from 9-11 October in San Jose, California, US to showcase how they would apply business innovation and entrepreneurial action to create global social impact. The event is the culmination of more than a year's work, with 72,000 students around the world initially competing at a national level for a place in the World Cup. The Canadian team from Lambton College, Sarnia, Ontario, was named the 2018 Enactus World Cup Champion. KPMG Internati

Sarnia students win world competition for improving Zambian farming strategies

The Enactus Canada World Cup has been awarded to a group of students from Lambton College in Sarnia, Ont. for their project, One Seed. The victory also includes a hefty $50,000 US prize. The students partnered with a Chatham-based group of agronomists called Southwest Ag Partners — going to Zambia, Africa twice a year to develop the best farming techniques and practices for the land. "The championship team has developed sustainable solutions which set a new pace of leadership and innovation that stands out as a model of business as a force for good," said Enactus CEO and president Rachael Jarosh. In rural villages in Zambia, there is no electricity or running water, and 71 per cent of people

Enactus Lambton crowned world champions

After six years, 25 trips to Zambia, 395 students, thousands of kilometres, hundreds of presentations, and hours of hard work and dedication, Enactus Lambton is number one. Lambton Team Canada. The best in the world. This innovative student group, which formed in early 2012, is celebrating victory after being crowned World Champions at the 2018 Enactus World Cup, which took place in San Jose, California this week. The Lambton College team competed with 30 other international college and university teams before the finals where they faced Egypt, India, and Morocco. They’re the first Canadian College to ever take home the top prize. The three-day event welcomed more than 3,400 delegates includ


Ultimate Showcase of Entrepreneurial Action Set to Return to San Jose in ‘19 (San Jose, CA) October 12, 2018 – The Enactus Canada team from Lambton College was named Enactus World Cup 2018 Champion last evening and awarded the Ford Better World Award of $50,000USD. The top 3 runners-up from Enactus Egypt at October 6 University, Cairo; Enactus India at Shri Ram College of Commerce, New Delhi and Enactus Morocco at Mohammadia School of Engineers, Rabat also earned Ford Better World prize monies. “These teams demonstrated world-class collaboration and entrepreneurial action with projects and businesses that create impact around the world,” said Rachael Jarosh, president and CEO, Enactus. “The

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