Digital Innovators Competition 2023
Calling all students... Showcase your digital skills and solve real-world problems with the Digital Innovators Competition
Digital Innovators Competition 2022 Winners
The Digital Innovators Competition, powered by First Central, challenges students to design a digital/tech solution to this problem statement:
As children get older in Guernsey they become less active.
How can technology be used to keep young people active in an inclusive and accessible way?
To enter this competition, you will be need to come up with a solution to this problem statement which uses technology in a new or innovative way. You should consider your users and how your solution will be adopted by these people in Guernsey, as well as the designs and technical specifications of your idea.
- Open to all students aged 14+
- You can enter individually or as part of a team of up to 6 people.
- Solutions do not need to be coded or built, you just need to be able to present the concept clearly.
- Solutions can be submitted in any format i.e. wireframes, prototypes, powerpoint presentation.
- Ideas can be new or re-developing or digitising existing concepts.
- Teams should register to enter using the form below. Then they will be sent more information about how to upload their submission prior to the closing date.
- Closing date is 5th May 2023.
Presentation and Prizes
Out of all of the entries, four of the best will be shortlisted and invited to present their solutions at a finals night in front of a panel of judges comprised of experts from First Central and Digital Greenhouse. The judges will decide on winners for the following prizes:
- Best Technical Solution
- Most Innovative Solution
- Overall Winners Trophy
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com
Powered by First Central and organised by the Digital Greenhouse, the competition is part of the Digital Innovators Programme, which is designed to develop young peoples’ digital skills in preparation for a career in the technology and creative sectors.
“It’s essential for the local industry that young people have opportunities to improve their technology skills on-island. This competition will provide students with an opportunity to learn and test themselves in a different way than they would normally encounter in the classroom.”
John Davison, Chief Information Officer at First Central Group