The objective of the event was to celebrate budding entrepreneurs who have successfully completed their Shell Tameer enterprise development training and developed business feasibilities for commercialization of their final year projects.
60 innovators presented their 20 innovative ideas in four diverse categories of energy, health, technology and social change to a panel of mentors comprising of experts from industry, academia, Shell Tameer alumni and partner networks who critically assessed each presentation and counseled the young to help them become sustainable startups.
Some of the ideas presented were La’al (The Red), a tech-based solution to connect blood donors and the patients through an app for a fast and reliable supply of blood to save lives.
Whereas Resource Recovery Developing Solutions, have designed an alternate for manhole covers by using old tyres. The product will reduce the rubber waste while providing a durable and theft proof road safety solution.