On June 23, be sure to be at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia (ITC) for the Techno Innovation Challenge Cambodia’s (TICC) final pitching event from 8am to 12pm! The programme is ending its third edition, where eight teams will share their polished STEM-based solutions to real world problems, vying to be part of the top three teams to win up to $1,250!
The teams have undergone four weeks of intense preparation, designing solutions that tackle the themes Internet of Things or e-Commerce, Education or Health, and Agriculture or Energy. With access to technology, mentorship and training, the teams have had opportunities to learn and collaborate with one another, producing industry-approved minimum viable products.
The TEXAS A&M University College of Engineering-supported programme will also identify the top six teams of the season, awarding them with co-working spaces at ITC, and a chance to join ITC’s ten-week incubation program to develop their business ideas into real world projects. For the incubation programme, TICC is looking for passionate mentors to impart their business skills and experience, supporting participants in decision-making and prototype development. If you are interested to become a business mentor, look out for more information here!