Hitachi Collaborative Creation Hackathon for Digital Mobility 2020 8th and 9th February
Hitachi invites people to a hackathon centred on identifying citizens' unmet needs in the area of mobility, and demonstrating how data-driven social innovation can address these issues.
Applications are open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students in the fields of Engineering, Computer Science, Business, Economics, and Marketing.
How can we improve people’s Quality of Life through Social Innovation in Mobility? In this hackathon, we want participants to: Identify citizen’s unmet needs in Mobility and utilise data-driven technology to develop business ideas addressing these issues.
Prize of $5,000 will be given to the winner(s).
Selected participants will be considered for subsequent business incubation phase with Hitachi and co-creation partners.
These participants will be given Internship opportunities to incubate the business within Hitachi.
Born out of UNSW Innovations, Innovation Dojo is a program, a platform and a community connecting students and entrepreneurs with world class mentors and opportunities across JAPAC
Events, Seminars and Training camps
for Innovation and Startups in Japan and Australia
Learn, socialise and collaborate online and face-to-face
Improve Proficiency in English & Japanese via cross-cultural collaboration
Design thinking & Lean startup methodology
Stimulate innovative thinking and startup knowledge whilst incubating real projects
Incubating startups that solve real problems
Introduce global minded entrepreneurs to problems in agriculture, fintech, ICT and other areas strategically important to Japan and Australia
Global Talent Hub
Connect human resources with international firms and local exporters
Market Entry Advice for Startup
Consulting for SME
Startups formed and supported during the Innovation Dojo Program
Our team maintains an effective mix of development experience and seasoned leadership.
Working with Japanese colleagues in Sydney and Japan since 1997 in Sydneys first Sushi Train restaurant, Joshua has experience as a teacher, marketing executive and entrepreneur in Japan including as co-founder for StudyLink K.K. and Product Manager for the Japan-Australia StudyLink Cup. He is employed at UNSW Innovations to manage the startup programs for the university and is an advisory board member for Asia-focused co-working space Haymarket HQ and Singapore based startup QLC.io . He is also an advisor for female led startups in the Springboard Enterprises Australia accelerator program.
Kaoru is an entrepreneurial Corporate Relationship Manager with 12 years of global experience in developing and executing customized account plans and marketing strategy to increase sales volume, market share and relevance in the marketplace.
With in-depth knowledge of multinational business together with an innovative approach she provides significant strategic value to stakeholders and holds the ability to leverage industry trends to shape the best new product solutions and approaches.
Kaoru is a proven magician when it comes to listening, speaking, visualising and execution.
Ayumi is a Web/Mobile Apps developer with a wealth of experience developing for startups and other innovative projects across Japan and Australia.
He founded IT consulting company - sazae.com.au for small & middle size of businesses. He also founded the Japan Australia IT Group (JAIT) which has grown to over 260 members since humble beginnings in 2009. Ayumi is the technical powerhouse behind our team with strong experience as an engineer for the likes of Pygg and Pollenizer.