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  • Blog Post: You are invited to see the top teams compete in the Imagine Cup Finals in Auckland!

    Imagine Cup is a competition which encourages students to use technology to transform great ideas into real world solutions every year. Student teams from around New Zealand have come up with solutions to the world's toughest problems. Join them at The University of Auckland Business School as they compete...
  • Blog Post: Vote to Win 1 of 2 XBOX360s! Imagine Cup is back!

    Technology can be the force that transforms great ideas into real world solutions. And that's the point of the Imagine Cup every year - to use technology to make a difference. These student teams from around NZ have come up with solutions to the world's toughest problems. Check out their ideas and see...
  • Blog Post: Congratulations to Team Think, Lincoln University - Winner of 2009 Imagine Cup NZ Competition

    More than 400 students, academics and industry representatives attended the first ever Imagine Cup 2009 NZ Finals at the Auckland University Business School on Apr 29th. The 6 finalist teams from all over the country presented and demonstrated their solution to some of the world's toughest problems....
  • Blog Post: Urgent Call for Industry Mentors in Auckland for Imagine Cup 2009

    We urgently need industry mentors from the IT communities in all major NZ centres to help guide student teams in the software design competition. If your team succeeds and wins the regional finals, you will accompany them to the world wide finals in Cairo, Egypt in July 2009. To register your interest...
  • Blog Post: Support the next generation of ICT professionals with Imagine Cup 2009!

    The New Zealand team performed well at the world wide finals in Paris this year - however it was our neighbour Team Australia who took out the title of Software Design Winner Title for 2008. The theme and location for Imagine Cup 2009 has been annouced . Registration is now open for industry and academic...