Opportunity Highlight: Project: Hack10 Hackathon!

Are you interested in gaining project management work experience this summer? Oh nice! Then check out this online Hackathon opportunity from Projecting Success.

Picture of a lightbulbThe following was written by Projecting Success.

Project: Hack10, our 10th hackathon! Its taking place online on Saturday 7th Sunday 8th August 2021, and is an amazing opportunity to network as we bring together business analysts, project delivery experts and data scientists/analysts to push boundaries and develop innovative solutions to enhance project delivery outcomes. Experience working as part of a team to tackle real-world industry challenges.

There will be online support. Data scientists, PowerBI experts and subject matter experts will help you with technical queries and mentors will guide you towards the perfect pitch.

We had over 100 register our the last event. In order to ensure that people only book who intend to come to the event, we will be charging a fee. All ticket proceeds, less VAT and platform fees, will be donated to Cancer Research. However we understand your students have had a difficult few months with exams, so we’d like to offer them free tickets for Project: Hack10 so you can check out the event and decide if it’s for you! Please email sophiek@projectingsuccess.co.uk with your student email address for a free student ticket to attend.


What’s in it for me?

Grow networks, get a better understanding of the nature of data, challenges and pain points faced by these top tier organisations and start building career portfolios. The only requirement is to come with a lot of bright ideas and enthusiasm!

Please see this student flyer which showcases what the hackathon experience is like.

Learn more about the event with challenges coming soon – Project Hack – Project Data Analytics Community



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