'Modular construction panel idea comes together for entrepreneurial student' by Brunel Unive
Brunel University London master's student Ehab Sayed impressed judges at the final of this year's Mayor of London's Entrepreneur competition with his durable, robust and reusable panel-based construction system, Triagomy. On Monday 20 March, Ehab met mayor Sadiq Khan and pitched to a panel of judges for a chance to win £20,000 in start-up funding to tackle one of London's challenges. Nearly 600 students were involved in the London-wide competition, with only 10 projects making it to the final. Ehab missed out to a project from City, University of London, but was energised by his participation and the feedback he received.