IoE Challenge Hackathon 2 - Coaches & Jury
Odisee University College is taking part in the global Internet of Everything Launchpad pilot in collaboration with Cisco Systems. In December 2015 the first stage took place with multidisciplinary student teams consisting of business and IT students.

On 23 and 24 May 2016 the second stage of the Cisco IoE Hackathon will take place in Brussels. Other Networking Academies in the Benelux will also be organizing a Hackathon locally. All winning teams are invited to the Grand Benelux IoE Final in Seraing.

We are looking for team coaches and jury members for the second stage of the Hackathon in May 2016. As a coach or jury member it is a good thing if you have an open mind and a positive attitude towards young professionals. Some experience in ideation, business modelling, hackathons, prototyping, pitching, startups or internet of everything can be useful.

The Brussels IoE Challenge will take place at Odisee UC, Warmoesberg 15 - 1st floor, 1000 Brussels
Date: 23 and 24 May from 9am to 9pm

The Brussels IoE Final will be organized at Co.Station, Parvis Sainte-Gudule 5, 1000 Brussels
Date: 25 May from 18 to 20 pm

The Grand Benelux IoE Final will be organized at Maison de la Formation, Rue Cockerill 101, 4100 Seraing
Date: 26 May from 10 to 12 pm

For more information: Yvan Rooseleer <yvan@biasc.be> +32 (0) 474 56 45 76
Cisco contacts: Arie van Duijn <avanduij@cisco.com> and Marc Khayat <makhayat@cisco.com>

Read the story of the IoE Hackathon Phase 1 in Brussels here:
http://honim.typepad.com/chroma/2016/02/the-story-of-the-ioe-hackathon-in-brussels.html

THEME OF THE HACKATHON
Develop Digital Business | Smart Shopping | Building the Smart Shopping Center

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