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Ericsson Mobile App-Development Competition 2014

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Deadline: February 28, 2014

Ericsson Mobile is calling for programmers and students around the world to participate in the Ericsson Application Awads, 2014.  Ericsson Application Awards is a competition where talented developers, top students and entrepreneurs have a chance to show what they can do and what ideas they have.

The award which is in its 5th year has the theme “Working Life.” It is about creating ways to connect people, things and places to empower individuals, society and enterprises. How can mobility, the cloud, applications and services improve our working life? Can apps help people innovate, collaborate and balance life outside work? We are open to suggestions.

The awards for each category (Students and Companies) are as follows:

  • First prize: EUR 25 000
  • Second prize: EUR 10 000
  • Third to tenth prize: diplomas, honorary mentions
  • Technology for Good award

Eligibility

The competition is opened to undergraduates of tertiary institutions and small companies (less than 100 staff) that are involved in Mobile App Development worldwide.

Application

To join the competition, register a team of between 2-4 people on the Ericsson Application Awards site or visit www.ericssonapplicationawards.com. Be sure to meet all the requirements stipulated on the page.

For more information on the global competition: Click here.

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