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In pictures: Microsoft's Imagine Cup NZ winners

After delivering presentations on their proposals to judging panels of their respective categories, the top 14 competing finalists for Microsoft NZ’s Imagine Cup gathered at the University of Auckland’s Business School yesterday afternoon to hear the announcement of the winners. Now in its 12th year, the Microsoft Imagine Cup sees around 16,900 students in 11,700 teams submitting 7,500 projects worldwide. This year’s competition in New Zealand received 73 entries from across the country.

  • After delivering presentations on their proposals to judging panels of their respective categories, the top 14 competing finalists for Microsoft NZ’s Imagine Cup gathered at the University of Auckland’s Business School yesterday afternoon to hear the announcement of the winners.

  • Now in its 12th year, the Microsoft Imagine Cup sees around 16,900 students in 11,700 teams submitting 7,500 projects worldwide. It provides an opportunity for student technologists, aspiring entrepreneurs, developers and others from all academic backgrounds to develop a solution to a problem by collaborating, creating a business plan and gaining an understanding of what they need to bring their concept to market.. This year’s competition in New Zealand received 73 entries from across the country.

  • Winner of the World Citizenship category award was Decim, from Auckland University

  • Winner of the Gaming category award was Sentinel, from Auckland University

  • Winner of the Innovation category award was Meep, from Auckland University

  • This year’s competition in New Zealand received 73 entries from across the country.

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