Welcome to entré
Test your business ideas with the help of mentors and business connections.
Entré is a student-run company at the University of Canterbury, inspiring students to aspire to excel in the business world.
The 2016 entre team has been announced! Read more on who will be leading you
Upcoming free event
IEEE Entrepreneurship Forum (PDF, 89KB)
Do you have a great idea for a product/service? Want to make the 'big time' or be your own boss? Come along!
October 22nd at 6.30pm
Kirkwood Village - KF08
$85k Challenge Competition Winners Announced!
Congratulations to Taylor Howatson & Aaron Ang from Wireless Guard for taking out the overall prize! View the full list of winners.
Congratulations to our winners for this year's competition: Overall Winner - Millie McKelvie, Most Innovative - Simon Parkes, Most Feasible - Sophie Gray, Most Beneficial to Students - Hannah Marshall & Jess Wedlake, Funniest - George McDonald. Each category winner has won for themselves $100 and Millie has won the grand prize of an iPad Air plus a Cakes by Anna Cake! Thank you to everyone who entered.
To our winners: Our Competitions Manager will be in touch with you over the break and prizes will be given out at the commencement of Term 2.
Success for $85k entré competition winners
The $85K Challenge competition winners were announced at entre's 10th Anniversary Celebrations & Annual Awards evening on the 8th October. Liz Riach from My Killer Heels took out the grand prize with her idea of hand painted shoes with Jorgen Ellis from Kitset Man & Lucy Player-Bishop from Chalkboard taking away the two runner up awards. Read more...
Winners announced for our 2014 APPS Challenge competition
1st place has been awarded to Kristi Rabbitt with her concept Childchat, 2nd place to George McDonald with Get Up (for charity) and 3rd place to Elisha Nuttall with Receipt Wizard. Read more...
2013 APPS Challenge winner receives $10,000 grant
Phone charge booster idea wins entre competition
University of Canterbury honours engineering student Jordie Simmonds has won a competition that encourages UC students to share their business ideas. Read more (Communications website)