Nov.2020 - May.2021 Online
Innovation Challenge Programs
The goal is to encourage creativity and innovation that addresses a pain or social needs in any aspect of the society, including those created by Covid-19. Covid-19 related innovation is desired but not required. You can be in any stage of innovation, including hatching an idea, bootstrapping, or just received investment. You will have access to NECINA’s resources to improve your concept or transform it towards a more viable solution. All participants are eligible to access mentors during their “office hours'' coordinated by NECINA. Mentors are experienced and accomplished professionals in their respective industries, including subject experts, innovative professors, angel investors, venture capitalists, series investors, senior corporate executives, and successful entrepreneurs. There (3) submissions will win the award prizes with a total prize of up to $20,000.
NECINA, short for New England Chinese Information and Network Association, is the organizer of this Innovation Challenge.
It is the most established and influential high-end professional organization in New England of the United States. Founded in 1996 as a non-profit organization, NECINA set its mission to facilitate professional career development, nourish entrepreneurship, and bridge the business and culture gap between the U.S. and China.
NECINA hosts conferences, workshops, job fairs, and various special programs every year, serving more than 4,500 members from diverse industries such as software, telecommunications, networking, bioinformatics, FinTech, robotics, investment, and law.
NECINA connects and empowers professionals of all age and all disciplines in New England and beyond, also serves as a platform for our members, volunteers, sponsors and partners to networking and building long lasting professional and social relationships.
For more information, please visit our website : https://www.necina.org/
Judges & Mentors
Necina Innovation Challenge honorably have had invited bellow mentioned 10 judges squad of quality and experience throughout, leading by Cheng Wu, the founder of ArrowPoint Communications, acquired by Cisco with $5.7B in 2000.