DementiaHack Workshop & Team-Matching Sat Oct 3

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Thank you for being part of DementiaHack! If you're participating, you will be developing life-improving products and services that will directly benefit people living with dementia and their caregivers. It'll be epic!

This is a gentle reminder of what's next...


"Voices from the Field": our pre-hackathon panel and team-matching event is from 3pm to 6.30pm, Saturday, October 3 at MaRS. Already signed up? Great! If you haven't, please do - especially if you're on the fence on what to build, and with who - this will help.

Get others to join - send this to a friend. Saturday's workshop and the hackathon weekend (Nov 7-9) are both free! 

PRE-HACK PANEL

Info + team matching: Sat, Oct 3

3:00pm: Take seats
3:15pm: Opening remarks
3:30pm: Panelist intros
4:00pm: Informal Q&A
5:00pm: Dinner
5:30pm: Pitches + team-matching
LOCATION

MaRS Discovery District,
South Tower, Collaboration Centre

Room CR3
101 College Street,
Toronto, ON M5G 1L7
Register for Saturday's workshop:

Why there's such an early pre-hackathon event:
Ideation & Planning
Get help on what your hackathon project should look like from expert mentors that have insight into major hurdles that need solutions. This is also an opportunity to meet your Sunday afternoon judges!

Find and build a team!
Meet passionate problem solvers - team-up early so you go strong into the hackathon! This is a chance to find ultra-talented, like-minded folk with a common goal of improving the lives of others.

DEMENTIAHACK

Hackathon: Sat-Sun, Nov 7-8
Finals: Mon, Nov 9
LOCATION

George Brown College Waterfront Campus
51 Dockside Drive, Toronto, ON
Info & Registration: hackernest.com/dementiahack
47 million live with dementia worldwide, with 750 thousand in Canada alone. Global numbers will reach 75 million by 2030. Much effort goes towards the search for a cure that may be decades away, but millions today face overwhelming, heartbreaking challenges daily. The point of DementiaHack is to create products that improve lives today.
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