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Capstone startup travels to Australia for pitch contest

Friday, April 12, 2019

Three students from Waterloo Engineering are in Australia to pitch their fourth-year design project – a panelized housing system for Indigenous communities – at a major social entrepreneurship competition.

Emman Haider, Paula Przybylski and Sara Turner make up one of six teams from the University of Waterloo to qualify for regional Hult Prize events being staged around the world.

Their startup, Pulse Home, took first place at a Hult contest on campus, as well prizes at pitch competitions including the Velocity Fund Finals.

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Emman Haider of Pulse Home poses with a ceremonial cheque at the recent Velocity Fund Finals.

Emman Haider of Pulse Home poses with a ceremonial cheque at the recent Velocity Fund Finals.

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