Are you bold enough to envision the future? Do you have what it takes to come up with innovative solutions that can shape a better tomorrow for generations to come? If you think you do, The Tatweer Misr Innovation Competition is calling on you.
The competition takes place every year and is targeted at empowering Egypt’s innovative youth - university students, fresh graduates and young entrepreneurial minds.
Deena Mohamed El-Mahdy
Sandra Hani Hanna
After three years of success for the Tatweer Misr Innovation Competition, we are excited to announce round 4. we have been launching our competition for 4 consecutive year to look for bright minds that can provide us with unique and innovative solutions for our challenges. Tatweer Misr has set 2 tracks for submission this year, Existing Startups & Ideation Stage. Check out the details below.
The following fields are welcome – alongside any other great idea beyond these fields
Tatweer Misr’s constant efforts are directed into creating a community that shapes the urban space identity and sense of place. To accomplish such goals, ‘various tangible and intangible attributes related to various interactions’ should be implemented within the urban spaces of Tatweer Misr’s projects in order to ‘affect the person’s experience’.
The ‘structural relationship between a sensory environment and activity within that environment can aid in experiencing the place/community/city in a more sensory experience, that in turn creates a more “happy community/city”. This “happy community/city” will not only ease the community’s life but will also allow Tatweer Misr to exceed their community’s expectations towards their urban spaces.
Several other studies conducted on millennials have shown that a percentage of these millennials would rather lose one of their five senses than give up their phones/laptops. This strong connection between people and their gadgets portrays the huge impact of technology on humanity. Given, if people compare their phones/laptops to their five senses, technology could then be treated as one of the human being’s new additional senses; and if this is the case, another layer of means of interactions between the community and their surroundings is created using technology.
Please provide us with various design attributes that uses the senses of the human being (seeing, touching, smelling, hearing, tasting and technology) to shape more identifiable urban spaces within Tatweer Misr’s projects; that will subsequently be implemented into the developments and create a “happy community/city”.