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Ericsson Innovation Awards
What could the world learn from you? The Ericsson Innovation Awards focuses on you, the student, and gives you the opportunity to be a fundamental driver of change. You’ve spent the last few years developing ideas, putting theories to the test and exploring challenges as a pathway to your future career in The Networked Society. Ready for the biggest test yet? By entering the Ericsson Innovation Awards, you could show the world what it could learn from you.
Today, more people live in cities than in rural areas, and by 2050, about 70 percent of the world’s population is expected to reside in urban areas. This explosive growth and the rapid uptake of broadband are taking place at a time of serious economic, environmental and social challenges.
Ensuring that our cities are creative, connected and sustainable is a major challenge but also an opportunity to improve the lives of billions of people along with the health and future of the planet. What possibilities for innovations will arise as a result of this development?
The focus in 2016 is on the future of city life?
- What possibilities emerge when more and more people connect?
- How can we create opportunities for better life for billions living in cities?
- How can we transform our cities using new technologies?
- What is your next big idea?
Go ahead – challenge yourself. This can be your opportunity to see a dream come true. Awards include cash prizes and career-enhancing incentives. To learn more about the challenge including how to enter, key dates and prizes, visit our Ericsson Innovation Awards page.
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