Second prize went to fashion graduate Danielle Reynolds and her range of high-visibility wear for horse-riders. Jaspreet Paul, Shahram Nojo, and Makhan Uppal collected third prize for their roommate-finder app UniRoomie.
Runners-up prizes were given to Finlay Thorburn for Buffalo Adventures, a youth adventure travel company, and Candice Armah and Matthew Hamblion for their video games lounge idea Health Bar.
Clare Griffiths, Business Development Manager (Enterprise), said: “The standard of this year’s competition was extremely high, making it a very competitive and exciting final. All of the finalists put in a great amount of effort preparing their pitches and they did themselves proud on stage. We are looking forward to continuing to work with them all, through the university’s entrepreneurship support service, beepurple, over the coming months.”