Empowering communities with the #BuildFor2030 Hackathon

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Impact starts with bringing solutions to market. Through the #BuildFor2030 initiative, we are driving innovation and collective impact together with partners in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

 

Read this blog by Rodney Clark, Corporate Vice President of Channel Sales and Channel Chief, to learn more: Empowering resilient communities and accelerating our collective impact with #BuildFor2030.

 

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We’re excited to share the launch of the first Microsoft #BuildFor2030 Hackathon, open to Microsoft partners around the world! Why participate?

  • Compete for a chance to win a total of $50,000 in cash prizes and technical and Go-To-Market benefits.
  • Differentiate your organization and capture inclusive market opportunity.
  • Skill up at live workshops on topics like Responsible AI, Coding for Accessibility, Microsoft Sustainability Calculator, changemaking, and more.

Join us to reframe challenges as technology opportunities and build solutions aligned with the challenge themes of gender equality, climate action and sustainability, digital inclusion and accessibility, enabling the nonprofit sector, and empowering communities.

 

Registration is open and final entries are due November 15, 11:59 PM Pacific time zone.

 

Join the #BuildFor2030 Hackathon community and learn more today.

 

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In recognition of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly and their vision of building resilience with hope, we are featuring partners who are Empowering Communities with solutions and services that enable the public sector to respond to the pandemic, accelerate recovery, and reimagine a more resilient and sustainable future.

 

View and help amplify featured #BuildFor2030 Campaign solutions empowering communities for a more resilient future.

 

Thank you for joining us to #BuildFor2030!

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