On 9th April 2016, Greenwich university witnessed students of SZABIST setting up a beautiful mock-tail shack at their campus. As an individual i witnessed how the students managed to bring about a tropical look and enlightened a small part of the campus.
The shack was at the location from the afternoon till the evening, it was an alluring sight, witnessing a team of 5 students operating so effectively and well-managed at a foreign university. I witnessed the team handling the situation well and quite shortly saw audience attracted towards it and inquiring the charges for the mock-tail drink being provided by the team. There were mixed expressions of the audience when they found out that it was being provided with no costs involved and absolutely free. Several students had an utter shock and inquired why aren’t they charging any amount, some became excited and invited their friends to try this new astounding drink, while a few also provided constructive criticism on the lasting taste.
The team surely witnessed a havoc with those
busy 3 hours as students kept coming, gave their feedback and also attracted the faculty. Indeed the team also witnessed several of their friends in the university helping them market their stall and spreading a positive word of mouth.
Such activity in a university by students of another university indeed showcase the positivism the students possess, where one university conducts their project in another and the other one welcomes them with open arms. When inquired, the team informed that this activity was their ‘Media Management Project’ by Sir Mustafa Hussain at SZABIST and they were delighted and thankful to the Greenwich students, their student council and administration for their cooperation in carrying out this activity successfully.