Top Technology Talent Competition 2015
Are YOU the next big thing in technology?
The Deloitte Top Technology Talent Competition, in association with Deloitte Consulting is looking for your ideas on how technology can solve a business problem.
Top Tech Talent 2015
About the competition
The competition, now in its fifth year, seeks innovative ideas from 3rd level students across Ireland on how technology can solve a business problem, create a business opportunity or enhance an existing service offering.
Entries can be anything from an idea to a functional prototype, as long as you can demonstrate a passion for technology and an understanding of the types of challenges business face today.
Top submissions will be invited to an Interactive Development Day in 27th March where they will receive mentoring and training from Deloitte technology experts and industry leaders, before delivering a short elevator pitch.
On the 9th April, a selected shortlist will present their idea, ‘Dragon’s Den style’, to a panel of industry experts who will determine the overall winner.
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Top submissions will receive an invitation to the development day with:
• Mentoring from Deloitte technology experts
• Presentation and pitching training
• Talks from a number of industry leaders
• Informal networking with Deloitte staff and former competition finalist
The overall winning entry will receive:
• An all-expenses paid trip to one of our Deloitte Digital studios in North America*
• A six week summer internship in Deloitte Ireland
• Exposure on our website and promotion across our social channels
How to enter
There are a few options available to enter the competition:
2. Complete the form on Facebook (if you are not signed into Facebook you will be asked to login)
CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES IN MIDNIGHT ON 20TH MARCH 2015
For any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year's winners
Last year’s winner, UCD student Aaron Byrne, won the competition with his submission, Image Intelligence. This would allow companies to identify and track where images of their products or logos have appeared online and on social media channels through the use of image recognition technology.
The idea reflected the ever increasing prevalence of visual imagery on the web and that semantic methods are no longer sufficient in gauging customer sentiment, understanding customer trends, detecting counterfeit products and services or measuring the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. The service offering would support a number of commercial activities including brand management and marketing analytics.