3Squared Support Sheffield’s Young Tech Talent

Posted: July 25, 2018 at 2:50 pm

3Squared are a technology consultancy supporting the rail and construction sectors. The company designs, develops and commissions integrated software solutions for some of the UK’s biggest names within the two sectors and has achieved industry acclaim and commercial success with their Queen’s Award-winning RailSmart suite.

Alongside their products the teams collaborate across disciplines to offer integrated, compelling multi-platform bespoke software solutions that delivers value to their customers.

3Squared has offices in the north and the south of the UK, with their headquarters based in Sheffield. The organisation is supporting the next generation of tech talent from across the city by getting involved with this year’s Code>Make>Win.

We are delighted to announce that 3Squared will be offering winners within this year’s app categories a series of exclusive prizes including work experience, the chance to speak to 3Squared’s expert developers about their ideas and a £200 cash prize.

Emma Marshall, Operations Director at 3Squared said: “We are thrilled to be taking part in the Code>Make>Win competition and work alongside the industry’s next generation. We’re keen to invest in the future of Sheffield and want to nurture the talent pools within the city; we can’t wait to see some of the ideas.”

Code>Make>Win 2018 launched on 24th July and is accepting entries in the following categories:

  • Game Ideas
  • Game Design
  • App Ideas
  • App Design

Entrants can enter on their own or as part of a team and have until 28th September to submit an entry. To enter the competition, participants must be between 10 and 16 years old and live within the Sheffield area.

For more information on entering the competition visit www.codemakewin.org.uk

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