GENIUS NY Announces Sixteen Semi-Finalists Companies to Compete for Investments totaling $3 Million
More than 250 high-quality applications from around the world submitted for program’s second round
GENIUS NY, a business accelerator program at CenterState CEO’s Tech Garden, announced sixteen teams are semi-finalists in the competition’s second round. The companies, which are developing innovations in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry, were selected from a highly-competitive pool of more than 250 submissions to compete for $3 million in investments. Of the sixteen semi-finalists, three are international teams representing Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Additionally, three teams were co-founded by women.
Calling all youth coders and youths interested in coding, the region’s first ever youth hackathon is Dec. 2nd and will highlight the growing interest among local children in the fastest growing profession in the world
SYRACUSE, NY – On Saturday, December 2 kids as young as eight years old will bring their laptops, imagination, and teamwork to the first youth hackathon in the greater Syracuse region – known as CuseYouthHack Powered by AT&T. The hackathon will take place at The Tech Garden, 235 Harrison St, Syracuse, NY from 10 a.m. -6 p.m.