Balsamiq Sponsorships Update for January 2020
Hello friends of Balsamiq!
While it’s a new year (and a new decade) we’d like to take a moment to share our accomplishments from 2019.
We were fortunate enough to be able to financially contribute to 207 events in 36 unique countries and we raffled 32 free tickets! For a complete list of these amazing hackathons, conferences, and meetups please visit our website.
If you have an event happening this year that fits our mission then we invite you to apply for a sponsorship. We look forward to hearing from you.
"SageHack is a non-profit organization that looks to promote computer science within our community and elsewhere. From beginners who have never seen code to advanced developers, we aspire to teach students the power of computer science and solve a number of challenges we face in our community, today!"
"HackUCI is the largest collegiate hackathon in Orange County and we continue expanding and improving our event every year. Our focus? – Enhance the community around us by giving students the platform to unleash their creativity in an environment of forward thinking individuals. For HackUCI 2020, we plan to unite an even more diverse and talented group of developers to build the technology of tomorrow!"
"At TechTogether Boston, we're looking to shape the way women and non-binary people get involved with tech. We aim to create an inclusive environment to encourage more underrepresented people to either get introduced to the world of technology or harness their skills to create projects of their own. With the support of our community, sponsors, and industry leaders, we can chip away at the gender gap in technology."
"Hack For the World is a 12-hour hackathon for high-schoolers. Students from across the Chicagoland area will come for the weekend, teaming up (or going solo) to build an app, game, or website. We’ll provide free meals & drinks. In the evening, judges will pick the best projects to demo for everyone and win prizes. There'll be raffles and giveaways throughout the event as well! You’ll meet people, create amazing new things, & most importantly, have fun."
"This is student-run technology help for seniors (and non-seniors). We are the central, founding chapter of Tech Literacy for Seniors, an incorporated nonprofit organization. Our purpose is to serve the seniors in our community. Seniors and other adults often lack a community forum to ask questions and get help with using their devices, and this organization fills that need."
"HackKU is an annual 36-hour hackathon at the University of Kansas, where students can have the opportunity to innovate new ideas, discover different paths, and push the boundaries of technology."
"The first all-women (cis and trans) and non-binary students' hackathon in Western Massachusetts. Over the course of 24 hours, hackathon participants are encouraged to learn and develop new technical skills, network with sponsor company representatives, and innovate with passion. This hackathon is entirely student organized and aims to increase diversity and inclusion in the technology industry. "
"MVHacks is a annual high school hackathon organized by Mountain View High School students. Both first time and more experienced programmers will gather together to code, learn, and have fun!"
"HackUNT is the University of North Texas' annual hackathon. We will have mentors and professionals from the industry to help along the way. Our team has been working tirelessly to make HackUNT 2020 a fun and rewarding event, so come by if you want to learn, get free food, and maybe win some prizes!"
"Dub Hacks is a two-day, 200-participant Hackathon that is independent and unaffiliated with any school. Our goal is to bring high school students in the Bay Area together to come together and develop revolutionary ideas that could change the world."
"Irvine Hacks is a 12-hour student-organized hackathon in which over a hundred students will be able to build transformative projects, one line of code at a time. Whether participants decide to tackle some of the world’s most pressing social and environmental issues or create an interesting game to captivate players, Irvine Hacks will provide support every step of the way. Everything from food to prizes will be provided free thanks to our many sponsors!"
"hackswiftly is a 13 hour high-school hackathon, in which participants will be given the opportunity to brainstorm, design, create, and pitch any project they wish in an effort to win prizes and sponsor gifts. thanks to our wonderful sponsors the event is 100% free with food, swag, prizes, and an overnight venue provided. our vision for this hackathon contains innovative solutions (through technology) to problems we face in our community currently."
"Join us for the Milan edition of Interaction Week, one of the largest events dedicated to design and its consequences. Take a glimpse with us into the evolution of design, exploring the cutting-edge. Organized by IxDA and hosted by the IxDA Milan & Turin local group, Interaction Week 2020 will bring together the brightest minds in design, as well as science, philosophy, psychology and business." IxDA’s name and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of IxDA and are used with permission.
"MTP Engage Manchester is for passionate product people of all levels of experience; from those interested in getting into product, to veterans of the discipline, the conference offers insight for all and a chance to take a step back and immerse yourself in product learning for two days."
Let’s make it another great year!