Sales Have Ended
Sales Have Ended
CityHack16 is now Sold Out
CityHack16 will bring together Brisbane’s most creative and innovative thinkers to cultivate technology solutions to some of our city’s most pressing challenges.
The CityHack16 registration fees will be supporting Hummingbird House - Queensland's only children's hospice. If you would like to make an additional donation to Hummingbird House, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CityHack16 isn't just for coders. Registered teams must contain at least one Software Developer/Coder, but anyone with a technical skillset is welcome to apply as an individual - Engineers, Architects, Designers, Business People, Marketers, Urban Planners, Entrepreneurs, Students and many more.
Participants will get to keep your ideas from the weekend with open IP across the ideas presented over the weekend. We'll also be offering prizes to help you develop your idea into a marketable product with the help of some of Brisbane's best incubators - Little Tokyo Two, Pitchblak and Buckham & Duffy!
At CityHack16, teams will dissect a key city-shaping issue and devise an innovative technological solution to address it. Required output will be an app, a piece of software or a virtual or augmented reality tool. At the end of the weekend, ideas will be pitched to a panel of judges to have the opportunity to win a stack of cool prizes!
First Prize is $10,000! Plus there's many other great prizes up for grabs!
A big thankyou to our event partners who have helped us to provide an great lineup of speakers, mentors and prizes for CityHack16.
Registrations for CityHack16 are now full. Keep an eye on Social Media @AECOM or #CityHack16 to see updates throughout the weekend. If you would like to register your interest for future events, please email email@example.com
Don't just take our word for it! We've been awarded the #HackAUS Gold Certification for our hackathon - so it's going to be awesome!