Meet the 2024 Enterprise Challenge Winners


Meet this year’s winners of the 2023 Enterprise Challenge including the Greenwich Entrepreneur of the Year.

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The Generator held the finals of their annual Enterprise Challenge competition last night with eleven students pitching their ideas in the hopes of becoming Greenwich Entrepreneur of the Year and winning a share of the £14,000 prize money. Over 100 people attended the event at the Powerhouse including local entrepreneurs and business partners.

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Students pitched their businesses to the panel of judges; Peter Le Voir, co-founder and Chairman of Rhokett, Ella Weinberg, Director of Ella Ensures and Generator Advisory Board Chair, Tiffany Chiu, Director of Juliemay Lingerie and Remy Foucher, Head of Education and Social Impact at Santander.

"This year’s Enterprise Challenge Finals was truly a showcase of the innovation, creativity and determination that University of Greenwich students have to offer. Our four judges were all so impressed with our finalists and commented on the high calibre of ideas and pitches heard throughout the evening. All of the finalists definitely made it difficult for the judges to decide who the winners would be. This year was made even more special with our collaboration with FPT University in Vietnam, and it was fantastic to see them pitching alongside students from Greenwich in the finals."

Joe Blomfield, Enterprise Operations & Events Adviser at the Generator

Meet the Winners

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Greenwich Entrepreneur of the Year - £5000

Your Alcohol Free Journey

A coaching programme for the sober curious.

Xiomara Wimmer, MA Strategic Marketing

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Commercial Category Winner - £2000

Senda Academy

Established teaching academy focusing on teaching students emotional intelligence skills via alternative education methods.

Nguyen Mai Thao Tram, Ho Viet Trung, BA Business and Management, FPT College Vietnam

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Social Category Winner - £2000

Buddy App

An app to help women to travel more safely when they’re alone.

Siobhan Abdurahman, BA Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Year 2

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Engineers in Business Award - £3000

Quick Switch

A device that will transfer data from an SD card to an SSD on the move so you never run out of space on your camera.

Ansad Parayil, BSc Compute Science, Year 2

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People’s Choice Award: Best Pitch - £500


An exclusive fashionwear brand creating feminine menswear.

Tugrul Nazlivatan, BA Graphic and Digital Design, Year 2

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People’s Choice Award: Most Viable Idea - £500

Design Dynamo

An agency for creative design students to develop skills and gain work experience.

Andreas Arany-Toth, MA Digital Arts, Alumni

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Food Innovation Award - £1000

Happy Sauce

A delicious hot sauce suitable for the health-conscious as it’s low in calories and suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Matthew Bennett, BA Business with Finance, Year 3