Sports Tomorrow Congress 2023 begins to take shape. The benchmark event in the sports sector that discovers the most significant challenges of the industry and the most cutting-edge solutions, will take place from February 27 to 28, 2023 within the Mobile World Congress.
The STC seeks to create a real impact on society through the dissemination of technological and medical advances in the world of sports. To transfer the investigations to a practical level, contributing with real solutions for the population, is not a simple task.
For this reason, the STC counts again this year with Allianz as main sponsor. This union tries to promote a common objective: to boost young talent and to give visibility to projects that have the potential to offer innovative and excellent solutions for society.
Committed to the future
The Allianz collaboration within the framework of the STC also includes the organization of the 2nd Allianz Startup Challenge. This initiative pretends to give impetus to startups and entrepreneurs that provide innovative solutions to challenges in the sports sector. A space to support the projects with more potential impact.
The development of new technologies destined to improve the quality of life of our society might be being carried out not in big multinationals and laboratories, but in small research groups or companies of recent creation.
For this reason, the STC23 and Allianz will offer a space for the promotion of new talent, with the intention of bringing the most promising projects closer to reality.
The Allianz Startup Challenge represents the social commitment that FC Barcelona and Allianz share with respect to innovation and the improvement of quality of life.
If you have an innovative solution and think it can add value to the world of technology in sports, don’t hesitate to apply. All information regarding the contest will be available in the next days.
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