We’re living in an era of profound digital transformation. How can people and organizations keep up with the changing economy, and more importantly, how can they thrive in it? To answer these questions, and promote and support an equitable future of work, the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge (IIC) has launched in Africa. Registration closes on June 1, 2018.

 

The MIT IIC awards more than $1M to organizations using technology as a tool to drive economic opportunity for workers. The MIT IIC is now collaborating with partners in five regions – North America, Latin America (including Mexico), Europe, Africa, and Asia (including Russia) – to identify sixty Regional Finalists that will be celebrated at five high profile events across the globe. Twenty Winners will be selected to advance to the global grand prize celebration at MIT where over one million dollars will be awarded at a gala event featuring global tech leaders, policymakers, leading academics, funders, media, and more.

 

IIC Winners prove that while technology is taking jobs, it can also create jobs, expanding opportunity and economic growth. They are moving the jobs needle on both a global level (each organization’s solution is scalable) and grass roots level (lives and communities are being transformed). The MIT IIC’s goal is to support the growing global movement of entrepreneurs who are reinventing the future of work, accelerating Skilling, Job Creation, Financial Inclusion, and Technology Access.

 

Early and growth stage organizations – for-profit or non-profit – from anywhere in the world are encouraged to apply today at mitinclusiveinnovation.com. Please share with your networks.


Join the Movement!

 

Join us in supporting a future of work where the prosperity of the digital era is more broadly shared across the economic spectrum. If you are interested in supporting the MIT IIC as a Sponsor, Outreach Partner, or Media Partner, email iic@mit.edu.

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