This Thursday (May 30) at the Audacious Top 40 Awards, 40 Otago Polytechnic and University of Otago students will find out if they have the opportunity to compete for $40,000 worth of funding and services to start their own business venture.
The top 40 ideas will also receive a share of $10,000 to help them develop their idea before the overall winner is chosen.
Over 130 innovative business ideas have been submitted as part of the 2013 Audacious entrepreneurship competition.
You can follow the competition's progress on Twitter using the hashtag #audacious40.
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