On December 7, the nesterly team pitched to a distinguished panel of judges in competition for the Hult Prize. This year’s challenge is focused around developing solutions to the widespread refugee crisis unfolding across the world. nesterly proposed the task-housing model as a way to temporarily house refugees and connect them with friendly community members when they first arrive in their new host country. We were up against some impressive competition, with teams pitching innovative ideas addressing sanitation, translation, education, and other needs. You can read more about it here.