Engineers in Business Fellowship has supported Kingston University’s Bright Ideas entrepreneurial competition for two years. Bright Ideas gives students from any discipline the opportunity to develop an idea, have it evaluated and win a prize. This year more engineers than ever participated in Bright Ideas, a 26% increase over last year’s competition. For the first time, engineers from all three undergraduate programmes - Aerospace, Mechanical, and Civil - participated. In addition, the MSc Engineering, a vibrant group of students from around the world, participated via a Hackathon to address the plastics challenge. The competition covered eight categories - Online Tech, Products, Science Health & Wellbeing, Services, Social Enterprise and two Engineering options. First and second prizes were awarded in both engineering categories.