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Idea Hunters 3.0 Grand Finale Concludes with Team Murphy’s Law Emerging Victorious

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Team Murphy’s Law from Bangladesh University of Professionals won Idea Hunters 3.0, a marketing case competition which was held on Saturday, 25th November 2023 at ULAB Permanent Campus, Mohammadpur. This marketing competition was organized by the ULAB Digital Marketing Club.

 Participants from all over Bangladesh engaged in different marketing segments through different rounds and took part in this innovative marketing case competition.

 The champion, “Team Murphy’s Law” won prize money of Tk 50,000. Moreover, the first runner-up “GenBros” won the prize money of Tk 30,000. The 2nd runner-up “SHINGARA” won the prize money of Tk 20,000.

 Ayman Sadiq, CEO and Founder of 10 Minute School was the Chief Guest of the Grand Finale of the event. He shared, “Business competitions like these expose students to presentations and meeting new people. This eventually amplifies their communication skills which is the most important skill to survive both student and corporate life.”

 Alongside him, Rafayet Rakib, entrepreneur and content creator; Pulok Aneel, Group Creative Director of Adcomm Limited; Sayedul Azhar Sarwar, Head of Business, Partex Star Group; Tarif Mohammed Khan, Head of Communications of Dekko Isho Venture Capital GS, EMTP Foundation and Ameen Mahmood, Head of Marcom of Energypac Power Generation PLC was present as the Gala Finale Judges.

 Muntasir Kadir, president of ULAB Digital Marketing Club and one of the Conveners of the event stated, “I believe Idea Hunters brought a new spirit to all the young creative marketing geniuses of our country and provided a platform to showcase their talents to a wider range of people”.

 Idea Hunters 3.0 was the third installment of this marketing case competition that has been arranged for the university students all around Bangladesh. The organizers along with the participants are creating an impact towards the marketing industry of Bangladesh by upholding their creative strategies through this case competition from a young age.

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