The panel of judges had the hardest job of the evening, Danny Maher (Executive Chairman, Opmantek), Dr. Rene Hexel (Deputy Head of School, Scool of ICT, Griffith University) and Councillor Glenn Tozer (City of Gold Coast, Division 9), had their hands full with the hardest choice on declaring a winner.
Vietnamese Agriculture Decision Support App (VADSA)
Pyxis Digital Marketing Strategy
Social Welfare Database
All the projects were presented exceptionally well presented, acted as a team and knew their topic fields. One of the bonuses for being a finalist is having the panel address all the business concerns that the business could have. It is the hardest part of the presentation, but the most valuable, every team were able to answer some extremely challenging questions, without having to resort to buying CEOs beer. Every project had a terrific philanthropic element that was inspiring to see.
There can only be one winner.
For more information regarding submitting a project or to attend future awards nights, contact the Gold Coast Innovation Hub, located at 36 Laver Drive, Robina, Qld, Australia.