International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Young Innovators Competition 2013

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The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is looking for the next Generation of Social “Technopreneurs” young  people aged between 18 and 26 with an inspirational ICT-based solution  to developmental challenges. Ten winning finalists will be selected to  attend ITU Telecom World 2013 in Bangkok, taking part in workshops,  pitching sessions, mentoring and networking, plus receiving seed funding of up to USD 10,000 per project. If necessity is the mother of invention, we’re looking for her kids.

International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Young Innovators Competition 2013

What qualifies you for this contest?

  • Your idea could be a start-up already up and running but in need of funding to implement the next stage and bring it to scale Or it  could be a concept worked out on paper but in need of support to make it real,
  • It doesn’t matter: what we want are innovative solutions which  can really make an impact on the world and improve people’s lives by  using connected technologies (ICTs) to address one of our Six Grand Challenges:
  • Improve employment opportunities for young people and migrant workers
  • Improve natural disaster prediction and response
  • Improve road safety for both drivers, and pedestrian
  • Protect sensitive personal data and inspire the creation of local digital content.
  • Reduce food and water wastage at individual and retail level
  • Facilitate access to public services for the elderly

Click here to register

Also send a copy of your submission to:

Application Deadline: 30th June, 2013

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