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Technology and Entrepreneurship emerge in JIBSEC 2017
The Grand Finale of the 6th JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge (JIBSEC 2017):
The challenge of 2017 was about what is the next step within the Internet of Things-technology and how can ISN sensors be used in new ways?
The host company, CombiQ, is a consultancy company that develops Internet of Things-technology, were behind the challenge in cooperation with Science Park. CombiQ plans to develop their own product and saw the participation of JIBSEC as a great opportunity to develop the business locally and internationally.
“It was exciting to be a part of this, and many of the teams came up with... 2017-04-26 Read full blog post
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