ATLANTA, GA –September 28, 2016— Metro Atlanta Chamber and the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) will host the GSMA Mobility Live! – North America HackBack which will begin on October 4th and run until November 2nd.
The 3rd annual coding challenge is expected to draw teams of programmers from across the state to compete for $10,000 in cash and prizes, while helping to give (hack) back to the nation’s leading non-profit organization, United Way. The United way strives to create a thriving community by support issues most strongly affecting child, family and community well-being.
Competing teams will develop mobility solutions related to data visualization and personalized portals for the United Way. After a preliminary judging on October 26, selected HackBack finalists will present their projects on stage at GSMA Mobility Live! – North America in Atlanta on November 2nd. Judges will include representatives from United Way, mobility industry leadership, and investors.
The competition will kick off at General Assembly Atlanta 6:00-8:00pm. The event will feature IT executives from United Way and Leading experts in mobility industry for a panel discussion in which they will share the significance of technology and mobility on their organizations, and the advice they will offer for the hackathon.
Mobility Live! HackBack Invitational is held in conjunction with Mobility Live! which brings together key thought leaders and decision makers in the areas of mobile technology standards, strategies and innovations. Venue Sponsor, General Assembly (GA) is a global educational company. Focusing on the most relevant and in-demand skills across data, design, business and technology. General Assembly is empowering a global community to pursue work they love through best-in-class instruction and access to opportunities. For more information, visit http://bit.ly/2c2IkUL or contact Kelly Marble at email@example.com. © GSMA Mobility Live! – North America- All Rights Reserved GSMA & Metro Atlanta Chamber 2016
To learn more about the TAG Hacklab program and how to host one, visit http://www.tagonline.org/training/overview/ and contact Kelly Marble, Director of Executive Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-526-6032.
About TAG HackLab
TAG Hacklab is a new service through which TAG helps for-profit enterprises or non-profit organizations plan, promote, and implement successful hackathons from start to finish. With “HackPack Build” you can rely on TAG’s expertise to help you build a roadmap for a successful hackathon. With “HackPack Promote” you can leverage TAG relationships with Georgia’s technology leaders to help spread the word about your hackathon. With “HackPack Execute” TAG can provide the logistical support to pull off your hackathon without a hitch.