Twelve talented teams were up for the challenge to create an innovative digital solution that keeps women safe.
On Day 1 of the challenge, teams presented their ideas to a world class panel consisting of survivors, business specialists and entrepreneurs who looked at the viability of the pitch and used their expertise to guide the teams.
On Day 2, teams received coaching and mentoring on how to sell their concept to a panel of legal, business, media and innovation professionals. The Activity Based Working environment at the ICT and Digital Government proved to be an inspiring area to facilitate the day's activities.
Finalists will be decided this Thursday 10 December, where teams will pitch their ideas to a panel of judges with the most impressive ideas securing a $15,000 grant.