Microsoft Chile opens a new call for Imagine Cup 2018, the global student competition for innovation and development of technological projects. This initiative aims to help young people turn an idea into a start-up. Since 2003, this initiative allows students to use their creativity, passion and knowledge in technology to create applications that disruptively transform the way we live, work and play.
The contest is aimed at students from all over the world who can develop an innovative project based on Microsoft Azure, with the aim of contributing to the resolution of social problems or global impact. The teams can have up to three members who can present projects of video games, Internet of Things, social networks, music services, photo applications, gadgets and robotics. To register you can do from here:
“At Microsoft, we seek to empower the next generations of students to create innovation projects so they can become start-ups. Imagine Cup reflects the commitment with young talents through technology and entrepreneurship. Likewise, we want to deliver the tools indicated so that these innovation projects can thrive and thus generate a constant learning among the talents that are part Imagine Cup. We invite everyone to join this new version that every year brings together more than 300 thousand students,” said Wilson Pais, Director of Innovation and Technologies at Microsoft Chile.
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