PolyU won top prizes at leading student entrepreneurship competition
PolyU has been crowned the "Outstanding Organisation" at the Hong Kong University Student Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition, commending the remarkable performance of its 14 award-winning teams. This accomplishment is a testament to PolyU’s commitment to fostering entrepreneurial spirit among students and promoting innovation in Hong Kong.
The competition featured 385 teams divided into innovation and entrepreneurship streams. PolyU teams achieved impressive results in the Entrepreneurship Proposal category, garnering the first prize as well as two second prizes, one third prize and one merit prize. Our teams also received prizes in other categories, including Information Technology, Mathematics and Physics/Mechanics and Control Systems, Startup, and Social Enterprise/Cultural & Creative Services.
The annual competition, which is now in its ninth year, is organised by the Hong Kong New Generation Cultural Association and Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation, with support from the Innovation and Technology Commission.
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