Congratulations to our Enterprise Challenge finalists


The finals take place on Thursday 28 March. Everyone is welcome to attend, tickets, which are free, are available now - who are you coming along to support?

Book your ticket and support our finalists.  It starts at 5.30pm on Greenwich campus, and as well as hearing our finalists pitch their idea, your vote will help select the winner of the Best Pitch and Most Social Impact categories. For details of the categories, and prizes, see the earlier story.

Below are the names and enterprises of this year's finalists - everyone at the university wishes you well in the finals next Thursday.

Our finalists in the Commercial category are:

  • Alfonso Musco: La Leche, swimwear for gay men
  • Daniel Najafi and Jamal Hadjkura:  JDM Social, a social media agency
  • Dillan Kasba and Sasha Morrison: EPICK app, an app for retail discounts for graduating students
  • Alan Wong: Spinning Cog Games, a new board game.

Enterprise Challenge finalists 2019, Commercial category

Our finalists in the Social category are:

  • Sithembile Ncube-Anieke: School of Living Visions, teaching British curriculum to African children
  • Chathunda Hewage and Don: Nephthys, a blind stick for blind people
  • Amira Eltokhy and Mohamed Said: Rapid biolabs, counting cells via an automated system instead of manually through a microscope
  • Mufeeda Chowdhury: Breign: Reign your brain, a service to help students with mental health
  • Liliana Schiffbauer: Lovely Humans, a TV show for children promoting emotional wellbeing.

Enterprise Challenge finalists 2019, Social category