Entré’s $85k Start-Up Challenge Top 21 announced

25 June 2018

After receiving numerous entries of a very high calibre, entré are excited to announce their top 21 for their flagship event - The $85k Start-Up Challenge.

  • UCE 85k Start-Up Challenge
UCE Entre 85k Startup Challenge 2017

Entré's $85k Start-Up Challenge winner 2017, Zoë Haws with Talk Town.

Entré, based at the UC Centre for Entrepreneurship (UCE) is a not-for-profit University of Canterbury company run by students for all tertiary students in the Canterbury region.

With an aim to inspire innovation and creativity, the $85k Start-Up Challenge is an annual event for entré. The Challenge provides an incredible opportunity to students, taking students on a journey to bring their business ideas to life.

A huge congratulations to the following students and their teams who have been selected for this years $85k Start-Up Challenge:

Ash Gupta

Bejen Patel

Chris Bacon

Eloise Koenig

Frances Scrimgeour

George Stilwell

Geraldine Paquier

Gideon Wislang

Hamish Southcott

Helen White

Jacob Anderson

Joshua Barry

Kaushik Kumar

Louis Davidson

Lucy Crichton

Luke Elsen

Manny Pohl

Rhea Deacon

Tayla Johns

Tyrina Stewart

Zixuan Zhang

The next step for these students is a 3-day boot camp, commencing on Wednesday 11 July. The range of entries received this year were outstanding and entré is very excited to help these students with their ideas. Watch this space for more exciting things to come.

For more information, you can visit their website or contact Emma at ceo@entre.co.nz.

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