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.
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