10Alytics takes bi-annual Data Hackathon to global stage

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November 29, 2023
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10Alytics, an Edtech firm famed for building global tech talents, has extended its bi-annual Data Hackathon to the global stage.

The fifth edition of the Hackathon, tagged ‘10Alytics Global Hackathon 2023’, which would feature participants from over 20 countries across the world, is geared towards encouraging healthy competition and enabling data enthusiasts in Africa and beyond to compete with other leading data and machine learning experts worldwide.

The Global Hackathon, which is scheduled to hold on December 2nd and 3rd, has received over 2,000 applications and would be presided over by six judges from Nigeria, South Africa, Jordan and the United Kingdom.

Adeiza Suleman, the founder of 10Alytics, explained that the Global Hackathon aimed to provide ideas and solutions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals through healthy competitions among data/tech enthusiasts.

He stated that 10Alytics, through the Hackathon, is firmly committed to aligning with the United Nations SDGs as they provide a roadmap for a better and more sustainable future for all.

According to him, the hackathon's mission is to leverage data and technology to contribute to their achievement.

“From addressing environmental concerns to improving access to healthcare, education, and economic opportunities, participants are encouraged to explore a wide array of challenges related to the SDGs and proffer data-driven solutions,” Adeiza stated.

On his part, co-founder, Efemena Ikpro, revealed that what sets the 10Alytics Global Hackathon apart is its global reach with participants from Africa and other parts of the world joining forces to tackle problems that have a universal impact with a focus on the African continent.

He said, “This hackathon recognizes that addressing global issues requires a diversity of perspectives and a deep understanding of local contexts. By doing so, it empowers participants to create solutions that can make a meaningful difference on a global scale. After the hackathon, winning solutions would be developed for presentation at related SDG solution forums. We would also provide opportunities for mentorship, partnerships with top AI publications, and conduct research to support long-term sustainability.”

Adeiza & Efemena noted that the hackathon would be held virtually and is open to all, and winners would go home with prizes totalling over $2,000 (cash prize of $1,500 to be shared among the Top 3 plus an international article publication).

About 10Alytics

10Alytics is an EdTech helping people learn premium tech skills and lowering the entry barrier into tech for Africans. Focused on building the capacity and practical application of big data to enable participants and clients to achieve data-driven decisions.

Over the past 3 years, 10Alytics has helped Africans and people from the black community from across the world transition from training to full-time tech roles as Data Analysts, Scientists, Business Analysts, etc in some of the biggest organizations across different regions including Nigeria, USA, UK, Germany, UAE, Canada, Sweden, France, Ghana just to mention a few. This was achieved by equipping participants with both the technical and soft skills required to land jobs with the biggest organisations anywhere in the world.

10Alytics also has a consulting arm that drives organizational growth and success. The Consulting team has a wealth of industry knowledge and technical proficiency to address diverse data challenges. From developing robust data strategies to implementing cutting-edge technologies, 10Alytics Consulting provides end-to-end solutions that are customized to meet the unique needs of the customers.Some laudable projects delivered to clients involved, designing and deploying Data Warehouses and equipping corporate clients with real-time dashboards of their data, and distilling performance on pre-approved metrics have proven to be useful in enabling companies to make data-driven decisions.

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