For four weeks in the fall of 2015, a team of three business school students struggled to find a feasible business idea in answer to a challenge: double the income of 10 million people residing in crowded urban spaces by 2022. At stake was $1 million dollars in seed capital put up by Hult Prize, the largest student social entrepreneur competition in the world.

In those first four weeks Musana Carts was born, and almost a year later it is now poised to capture that seed capital as one of six global student team finalists, beating out a field of more than 25,000 applicants…

Read the full article by Hult Masters student Alan Pierce in The Huffington Post.

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