The Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE) from MIT has opened its call for the Inclusive Innovation Challenge award with the objective of recognizing entrepreneurs from all over the world who use technology to reinvent the future of work. The closing date to register is May the 7, after that date having two more weeks to upload the registration.
The support includes and allocation of 250.000 US Dollars for each of the 4 awarded categories. The projects must meet one of the following objectives defined in categories: -skill development and matching of opportunities – income growth and job creation – access to technology – financial inclusion.
To be admitted, all non-profit, or profit organizations of any size, seniority, type and nation. Priority is given to organizations that use technology to reinvent work and create economic opportunities for those who work below the upper range of the economic scale, demonstrating traction and impact, who have passed the “idea phase”.
To register interested parties must complete the form of the website and then complete the application that will be presented with the following questions. For consultation about the application write to email@example.com.
For more information visit the website of the Award http://www.mitinclusiveinnovation.com/ or the website of the Latin American region http://www.mitinclusiveinnovation.com/america-latina-es/.