Win cash prizes totaling $15,000 awarded by USC Marshall School of Business** Free Registration **Develop apps/solutions to digitize the supply chainAll tech developers, supply chain managers, business strategists, are invited to compete24-hour hackathonSingle participants are invited to register - will be teamed on-siteCompetition:@ USC Marshall School’s Fertitta Hall from Saturday morning, August 5 until Sunday, August 6Final Award Round will be held on August 9 at USC Tutor Campus Center during Annual Global Supply Chain Excellence Summit.Prior knowledge of supply chain concepts and technology is helpful, but not requiredFood and refreshments will be provided on-site during the competitionProfessional and student developers are invited to compete in a 24-hour hackathon. Cash prizes totaling $15,000 (First Place $7,500; Second Place $5,000; Third Place $2,500) will be awarded at the Closing Ceremony on Sunday afternoon, August 6.The competition will held at the USC Marshall School’s Fertitta Hall from Saturday morning, August 5 until Sunday morning, August 6. Teams will be required to pitch/demo their projects to our judges to be eligible for a prize. Prior knowledge of supply chain concepts and technology is helpful, but not required for competitors as subject matter experts will provide guidance and instruction throughout the competition.Food and refreshments will be provided on site during the competition.Final Presentation and Awards:PLEASE NOTE: The final championship round of competition of the Hackathon will be held on Wednesday, August 9 at the 5th Annual Global Supply Chain Supply Chain Management at USC's Tutor Campus Center.Upon the completion of the 24-hour competition on Sunday, Aug. 6, finalists will be selected and asked to make their final presentations during the championship round of the Global Summit in front of a live audience of supply chain professionals. To be eligible for cash awards (First, Second, and Third Place), the final teams will be required to present at the championship round.*DISCLAIMER: Decorum and fair play at the Hackathon is required throughout the competition. We reserve the right to refuse service and remove anyone who violates our code of conduct.