As part of the “Huawei Creativity & Innovation Week”, which will be held between April 15 and 21, Huawei invites the public to participate in the “Most Innovative Idea for an App” competition.
This competition is resolutely focused on innovation and will allow its winner to benefit from a two-month coaching from the Turbine, a startup incubator. The winner will also win a Huawei Mate 9, the ultimate business phone, offering business users an innovative Android experience. This competition is open to anyone aged 18 or over and registration will continue until April 14.
An idea, an App!
The initiative of this competition is divided into three main areas:
- the Most Innovative Idea for an App competition,
- the Creativity and Innovation Stories, which consists of a series of interviews posted on the Huawei Facebook page,
- The Huawei Innovation Forum, a real opportunity to share the unique vision shared by Huawei and brilliant minds through debates on innovation-related topics
“This platform and these activities demonstrate the importance Huawei places on creativity and innovation,” said Harvin Appadoo, Regional Strategic Director of Huawei.
Participants will be able to submit their mobile application idea by registering via email with Huawei’s PR agency: firstname.lastname@example.org. The entry must be written in English and the project description must not exceed 200 words. The winners and the grand prize winner will be announced on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at the “Huawei Innovation Forum” to be held at the Hennessy Park Hotel, Ebony.
Huawei Innovation Forum
As a reminder, the Huawei Creativity & Innovation Week is an initiative that will bring together Mauritian entrepreneurs and innovators to share their experiences and beliefs around innovation and creativity. To achieve technological and economic growth, each country must accelerate their digitization process through open collaboration with stakeholders in the ICT ecosystem.
“We want to celebrate innovation. It’s all about an innovative idea, and from there, the possibilities are almost endless,” adds Harvin Appadoo.
Huawei has already emphasized the need for countries around the world to measure and monitor their digitalization development, in order to steer ICT development towards a more innovative future. As a result, with the company’s experience working with government and businesses around the world to create smarter cities and industries, Huawei continues to push the boundaries to develop solutions that enable digital transformation.
Used by one-third of the world’s population, Huawei’s products and services are available in over 170 countries. In 2015, Huawei was the world’s third largest mobile phone vendor. The company has 16 R&D centres in the USA, Germany, Sweden, Russia, India and China. Huawei Consumer BG, one of the three entities of Huawei, offers smartphones, broadband routers, home equipment, and cloud computing services. With 20 years of expertise in the telecommunications industry, Huawei’s international network is dedicated to bringing cutting-edge technologies to users around the world.