The case study competition will focus on the online real estate classifieds industry, with participating teams required to come up with innovative solutions to solve a core problem.
The team that proposes the most innovative, cost-effective idea will win 25,000 BDT and a visit to the Lamudi Bangladesh office, where they will learn first-hand about business innovation and the startup sector. Prizes are also available for the team that places second, with 10,000 BDT to be awarded to the runners-up.
Participating teams will receive their case study after registering to compete. The registration process can be done through the participants’ university website or at www.lamudi.com.bd/casestudy. Rajesh Grover, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Lamudi Bangladesh said: “The competition is all about encouraging entrepreneurship among young minds. For students who have innovative business ideas, we hope this competition will inspire them to make those goals a reality. As a young, dynamic startup company, Lamudi is always on the lookout for creative ideas in business.”
Mr Grover will join a panel of marketing professionals, educators and media in judging the finalists.
If the winning team’s idea can be executed, Lamudi Bangladesh will implement it in their business. The competition is a great platform for students to gain professional exposure and practical business knowledge, Mr Grover said.