FUTURE entrepreneurs from schools across the region descended on the University of New England to share their best innovative ideas in the UNE Business School Innovation Challenge

Madeline Link
Updated November 21 2016 - 4:01pm, first published 3:20pm
INNOVATORS: Students Yoganesh Manoharan, Kyanna Villano and Tonii Ker-David from Duval High School took on the UNE Business School Innovation Challenge. Kyanna Villano won third place for her innovative phone app idea.
INNOVATORS: Students Yoganesh Manoharan, Kyanna Villano and Tonii Ker-David from Duval High School took on the UNE Business School Innovation Challenge. Kyanna Villano won third place for her innovative phone app idea.

FUTURE entrepreneurs from schools across the region descended on the University of New England to share their best innovative ideas.

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Madeline Link

Madeline Link

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Madeline Link is a journalist at the Newcastle Herald, with a focus on Lake Macquarie City Council. To keep up with my stories, follow my Twitter @madeline_link, for tips email madeline.link@newcastleherald.com.au.

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