Top prize in each category (Māuri oho and Māuri tū) is a start-up and support package to the value of $10,000.
The finalists from both categories will be invited to take part in DIGIwānanga – a two-day mentoring weekend of workshops to be held in Tāmaki Makaurau on 13/14 May 2017.
At DIGIwānanga, finalists will receive one on one mentoring from a range of digital and entrepreneurial experts to further develop and refine ideas before presenting to the judges to compete for the overall prizes
All entries will be treated confidentially. However the 10 finalist’s ideas will be profiled in DIGMYIDEA marketing and communications, which will include the title of the winner’s Idea Details and/or a short summary of the winner’s Idea Details, (the full details will not be published).