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Innovative Women of Qatar Virtual Hackathon

October 8 @ 12:00 pm - October 11 @ 7:00 pm

Innovative Women of Qatar

Qatar SportsTech is calling for the country’s best and brightest women for their first Innovative Women of Qatar Virtual Hackathon! Join them when they bunker down for 48 hours to solve some of the pressing challenges that the sports industry faces today.

Where is it happening?

Virtually – on ‘Slack’ with pre-recorded workshops and live mentor sessions.

What will you be hacking?

You will be hacking away at one of the most challenging and interesting industries in Doha – the Sports industry. Get inspired with these challenges:

✓ Athlete and Team
✓ Fan and Viewer
✓ Mega Sports Events
✓ E-Sports

What’s in it for you?

The QST hackathon is a unique chance to test your skills and get hands-on experience with like-minded, talented individuals. During the 48 hours of the event, you will receive feedback and mentoring from top-tier industry experts and entrepreneurs. If your business idea shines through, you will get the chance to continue your entrepreneurial journey:

✓ Experience being a startup at QST (including free office space for 1 month)
✓ Mentorship and coaching sessions to create your MVP
✓ Pitch training and presentation workshops
✓ Shortlisted as applicant for QST’s Pre-Accelerator Program, EntelaQ
✓ Gift from QST’s partners
✓ Cash prizes

Please note that the deadline to apply is 12 pm on Sunday, 4 October. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted on Monday, 5 October. This event is for WOMEN ONLY.

If you have any questions regarding the Hackathon, send an email to: [email protected]

Venue

Doha,Qatar

Organiser

Qatar SportsTech
Phone:
5074 1300
Email:
contact@qatarsportstech.com
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