Online hackathon innovates Graphic Arts with innovative packaging design
Magikietsvragen was born out of necessity in corona times when schools were closed, and is now continuing their ambition to support the education and future of our children.
Innovation is collaboration. If there’s one sentence that sums up the first Smart Policing Hackathon, it’s this one. The online hackathon connected over 200 people, ranging from developers, creatives, students, and academics, to a dream team of about 50 police coaches. Over a span of an intense 2 days, from
Thinking about the future… a demanding yet troublesome topic nowadays. While the world is constantly evolving, society and crime do too. Not only startups are using the newest technologies and processes on the market, so do ‘new crime’ movements. These challenging times call for everyone, including our Police, to think
Online hackathon innovates Graphic Arts with Smiles and technology
On October 12 &13 2020, teams consisting of startups, scale-ups, corporates and students will have the opportunity to collaborate and create digital and innovative solutions relevant for the Graphic Arts Industry. The teams will be assisted by a diverse and dedicated team of experts and coaches.
The first prize consists of €3.000 and 3 months of mentorship by Sappi.
The time is now, Ruben Miessen thought on the night he co-founded Maggy, in the midst of the corona crisis, April 2020. Ruben is a young, energetic entrepreneur, and co-founder of the Antwerp-based startup Maggy. Thanks to fast-paced entrepreneurship, a solid team, a pan-European hackathon and continuous feedback loops, the
OCTOBER 12-13: INTERNATIONAL ONLINE HACKATHON More than ever, the Graphic Arts industry is facing major changes and enormous challenges. It’s time to break new ground. This requires inspiration and creativity, innovation and collaboration. The VIGC (Vlaams Innovatiecentrum voor Grafische Communicatie) is now taking the lead in this journey and challenging everyone in the sector to the very first Graphic Arts hackathon in
Hack The Crisis Belgium took place last week. During this online hackathon, 614 participants worked together to find the best innovative solutions to hack the Coronavirus. The winning team consists of the Antwerp technology company Cubitec and the Ghent business consultancy Switch On. They joined forces and collaborated on “Go