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Amir Abu Ghazaleh runner-up in finals Enterprijs

14 February 2020

Sustainable Entrepreneurship student Amir Abu Ghazaleh won second place in student startup competition Enterprijs on Thursday 13 February. He pitched his idea for Pullplast, a type of plaster that helps administer medical liquid straight into wounds. Amir's pitch for Pullplast won the Sustainable Startup Academy Pitch in December 2019.

Sustainable Entrepreneurship student Amir Abu Ghazaleh
Sustainable Entrepreneurship student Amir Abu Ghazaleh

Winner and finalists

Tseard Verbeek won first place with De Producer School, a music producing company that develops knowledge and offers a platform for the music business. The other two finalists were Mark Bunt (Productaanhuis) and Warner Sinnige (Kunstgebit Friesland).


During the evening Casper Lemmen shared his inspiring story about starting up his company Grenzelooswerk.


Enterprijs is a Frisian student start-up competition in which four promising finalists compete for the title Best Student Entrepreneur of Friesland 2020. The winner receives €2500 and six months of start-up support by Inqubator Leeuwarden.

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