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HackBack aims to solve SME COVID-19 issues

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HackBackRemote hackathon #HackBack is aiming to address the issues the small and medium businesses will face in the coming Covid19 recovery.

With the successful completion of Ireland’s first fully remote, international hackathon event, What The Hack announces their second remote event, #HackBack, taking place over the 2 days of May 30 & 31.

Founded by Sophie Benoit and Caitlin Hafer, the Dublin-based hackathon company have quickly pivoted to remote events in reaction to the covid-19 crisis. What the Hack

In partnership with the likes of Miro, Thunkable, Allied for Startup, Stripe, Dublin BIC, at #HackBack participants and experts will spend two days selecting problem statements, brainstorm solutions, research ideas and finally pitch their selected solutions, with the winning team receiving a prize package focussed on carrying their solutions forward to market.

What The Hack is welcoming speakers and experts from international companies and participants from across Ireland, Europe, and the US to #HackBack and we look forward to seeing what innovative small business and startup focused solutions the hackathon teams come up with for the new, post-Covid reality.

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Published on: 24th April 2020

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