CNA-Q business students win big at INJAZ contest Sep 23, 2020 0 5894 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaA team of The College of the North Atlantic – Qatar’s (CNA-Q) business students emerged big winners from a recent entrepreneurial competition held in Doha. The six-member team comprised Business Administration, Human Resources and Marketing students came in the top three teams, winning the Best Marketing Strategy, the Best Presentation awards at a recent INJAZ competition. “I am pleased of these exceptional students. They worked hard, utilised the skills they have learned at the College and created a successful environment-friendly company that obviously impressed the judges,” said team mentor and CNA-Q Business instructor Angela Flowerday.The company created by the CNA-Q students - Al Nakhla – makes straws out of fallen palm leaves. The idea is to limit the use of plastic straws, thereby reducing overall plastic waste. The team used the CNA-Q cafeteria and Tim Horton’s to test market its product on campus.“This was an excellent learning experience. We all gained a great deal of practical experience from this exercise and we plan to continue with our product and turn it into a successful business. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Angela for her guidance,” said Al Nakhla Spokesperson Ayesha Ishrath Suraif.The rest of the team included Maaz Syed Ali, Perrihan Shehata, Anood Hussaini Syeda, Aisha Al Mirza and Dana Abdelkarim. Pages 1234 RELATED ARTICLES QRCS treats 60 Afghan kids with congenital heart defects Sep 23, 2020 0 5757 Ashghal project wins two prestigious safety awards Sep 23, 2020 0 5759 First-ever virtual reporting tour of the US electoral process begins Sep 23, 2020 0 687 Attiyah meets mayor of Charleston Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Defence Affairs HE Dr Khalid bin Mohammed Al Attiyah met with Mayor of Charleston in the US State of South Carolina John Tecklenburg. The meeting reviewed aspects of .. QRCS supports coronavirus control efforts in 22 countries tribune news network doha The Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) is working on a large-scale project to support coronavirus control efforts to benefit some 320,000 people in 22 countries (Palestine, Afghanistan, .. Qatar records 313 COVID-19 cases, 226 recoveries on Tuesday QNA Doha The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) on Tuesday announced 313 new confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19). Among the new cases, 296 are from community and 17 from travellers returning from abroad who are ..