The Maker Games
Students sre given real life challenges and work within cross disciplinary teams. They are then given an opportunity to meet and pitch their solution to specific industry partners. Successful pitches receive mentorship and funding to build a working prototype.
How it can help your business
For industry partners, the opportunity is clear: Submit the most exciting and detailed challenge brief possible, then select from the best and brightest students competing to solve it.
Andrew Larkin, Senior Mechanical Design Engineer at Philips highly recommends the Maker Games and states “The quality of work that we received was outstanding. It was a pleasure to be part of this initiative. We will definitely be signing up for the next round of Maker Games when it comes around this year.”