“Success isn’t just about what you accomplish in your life; it’s about what you inspire others to do.”
The Hunter Young Business Mind Awards (HYBMA) has been connecting students and educators with local businesses and industry figures for the past three years, through a successful program that helps businesses discover and nurture the next generation of creators, innovators and entrepreneurs, and we’re still going!
On Thursday 7 November, 2019, 200 students, parents, educators, and supporters attended the 2019 Hunter Young Business Mind Awards Presented by Ampcontrol, to celebrate and showcase the incredible innovation, creativity and savvy business minds of local Hunter primary, secondary, TAFE and University students.
Our youngest innovators and entrepreneurs had their ideas for a business, product, service or solution brought to life as part of this Awards Program.
The awards support young people by letting them know that the business community is here to help them as they find new ways to contribute and lead important change for our region and country. If you are under 25 and have a business, social or community idea these awards are here for you so make sure to enter for the 2020 Awards!.
Check out 2019’s Hunter Young Business Mind Awards’ 1st, 2nd and Special Encouragement Award Winners Below (and be blown away by their outstanding contributions)!
Major Supporter – Ampcontrol
Master of Ceremonies
School/ Class Category
Primary School Category
Secondary School Category
TAFE/ RTO Category
2nd Place for the University Category went to Tim Keys, Bal Dhital, Pat Prell, Dan Robson from University of Newcastle with their innovative product Borne (the group was unable to attend).
Special Encouragement Category