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ENACTUS World Cup 2015, Presented by KPMG: Transforming Lives & Creating Better Future

Every year a select group of 3,500 student, business and academic leaders from around the globe meet at Enactus World Cup to showcase the entrepreneurial action and shared innovation that transforms lives and creates a better future. This is your invitation to experience ideas into action with present and future world leaders over three unforgettable days of competition, collaboration and celebration.

National champion teams from 36 Enactus countries will come together in Johannesburg in hopes of winning the coveted World Cup. Impressing national competition judges with the impact they achieved through entrepreneurial action, these teams will now meet on the global stage to collectively celebrate the lives being changed around the world. Click on the countries below to learn more about their work, their students and their team, and follow their journey as we travel to South Africa.


Download the app and stay up to date on all the latest news, results and media. Use it to connect with peers at the event. For more details and information on the 2015 ENACTUS World Cup, please visit the official site: ENACTUS

David Okwara

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One Response to ENACTUS World Cup 2015, Presented by KPMG: Transforming Lives & Creating Better Future

  1. Wilson Irungu October 13, 2015 at 9:33 am #

    I’m proud to have been the final round manager in Kenya for the past 3 years. I has always been my joy to see innovative ideas/ projects. It would make me more proud to see these projects being implemented when the student leave school and would definitely have a positive impact in our societies, both directly and indirectly.
    Good work KPMG for supporting this initiatives.
    Also happy that that there are organisations such as ENACTUS that are willing to support entrepreneurship which in turn creates employment.
    And definitely kudos to the students who volunteered there time and resources.

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