Oppo announces 2023 Inspiration Challenge on World Smile Day
Oppo announced its annual Inspiration Challenge to empower global entrepreneurs and tech professionals to bring solutions to all. The 2023 edition is based on Inspiration for People and the Planet, as the company is committing $440,000 for funding and grants.
Innovation enthusiasts are invited to submit their proposals until June 30. The following two weeks will be for preliminary review and initial assessment, followed by three regional demo events. The global finalists, 15 from all over the world, will be invited by mid-August, with the final demo event and winners to be announced at the end of August.
The two categories in which applicants can compete are “Inspiration for People,” where innovative solutions for digital health and accessible technology are expected, or “Inspiration for the Planet,” which is the way to go for solutions for environmental protection and low-carbon emissions in line with Oppo’s promise to go carbon neutral by 2050.
The global top 15 will meet with Oppo senior executives, tech and investment experts, and industry partners during the final stage. Each of the Top 5 winners will receive a $50,000 grant, and there is also $190,000 allocated for an incubation fund that can be split among multiple solutions.
The main organizer is Oppo Research Institute, which partners with Qualcomm, GSMA 5G IN, Amazon Web Services, LinkedIn and Hello Tomorrow.
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