In the wake of Harvest Moon, Hack the City strikes back for a fourth time, inviting you to take up the open data challenge around Food. Join us in Sheffield on
11 Oct 2014 for a day of open data wrangling, urban and civic hacking and to develop your service prototypes and startup concepts.
As before, we are supporting the Open Data Challenge Series which offers a chance to win £40k equity-free funding for (on this occasion) your food-related open data startup where it helps to address the following question:
How can we use open data to help people eat more healthily, eat more sustainably and/or have a more secure food chain?
So, while any urban or civic project is welcome at Hack the City, this time we’re especially excited to explore how data can can help improve eating and producing healthy and sustainable food.
The ticket fee contributes towards venue and food throughout the day. If you’d like to sponsor Hack the City to help cover event costs, some after-hack networking or contribute to prizes – please do get in touch.
For full registration details, and to grab an early bird ticket head over to Eventbrite.