SEMI FINAL: How Canada is Hacking Lake Winnipeg
Want to discover what innovative and exciting ideas Canada's young professionals and entrepreneurs have tucked up their sleeves to help save Lake Winnipeg?
The virtual semi-final for IISD’s AquaHacking Lake Winnipeg 2020 Challenge is just around the corner!
Since the competition launched earlier this year, multidisciplinary teams of students and young professionals have been working with mentors to develop innovative tech solutions to urgent freshwater issues facing the Lake Winnipeg basin.
At the semi-final, these teams will pitch their solutions to a panel of expert judges from the business, water, and technology sectors (see names below), who will determine which teams will advance to the final phase of the competition.
You will discover all of the exciting ideas Canada's innovators have been carefully concocting over the last few months and get to meet the young innovators themselves!
So, join us on Thursday, June 11, at 4:00 p.m. (Central time) on Facebook live to learn which five teams are moving on to the finals to compete for $50,000 in seed funding plus incubator space!
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