September 28, 2018 MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge (IIC) featured in Crain’s Detroit Business following the IIC North America regional celebration on September 27 in Detroit. Apps without Code, a Detroit-based web platform that teaches entrepreneurs who can’t code how to build apps, was awarded $20,000, and a ticket to the Global Grand Prize Gala at MIT. Apps without Code […]Read More
September 28, 2018 The 2018 MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge (IIC) Winners from Latin America, Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America have all been announced! From more than 1,500 global registrants, in-region experts chose these winners at five regional celebrations. These entrepreneurs exemplify working, scalable solutions that harness technology to include more people in the digital economy and […]Read More
Finalists to compete for $120,000 USD on September 27 in Detroit with MIT’s Erik BrynjolfssonKeynoting the awards event; 4 Regional Winners Proceed to MIT IIC Global Grand Prize Gala where $1,000,000 USD will be awarded. Detroit, MI, August 16, 2018– Today, the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge (IIC) and its North America Region Collaborator, the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. […]Read More
The Four Regional Winners Now Proceed to the Global Tournament at MIT on November 8 to vie for $1,000,000 USD. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., August 10, 2018 The MIT Initiative on the Digital Economyhas announced the four regional winners for their 2018 global economic prize, the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge(MIT IIC) in Latin America. The winning organizations […]Read More
THE COMPANIES WILL COMPETE AUG. 6 IN SÃO PAULO FOR A SHOT AT THE MIT INCLUSIVE INNOVATION CHALLENGE FINALS. WHY IT MATTERS: Whether it’s on a local, regional, or global scale, more inclusion in the workplace can lead to better health and prosperity. A digital platform connecting farmers and food buyers, an online job portal for […]Read More
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