Supporting innovative ways to protect kids online

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 | 11:35 AM

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Have you got a great product, project or prototype that helps children and parents get the most out of the internet, whilst staying safe? Want to demo it to an audience of parents, children, celebrities and journalists?


If so, take this opportunity to win a resident membership to Europe's most exciting tech startup hub, Google’s Campus in London by entering the Interactivism: Think Kids contest. Campus is designed to support the UK’s burgeoning web entrepreneurs, offering seven floors of flexible work spaces, free high speed internet and all the support you need to fuel your idea. In addition, residents get access to mentoring programmes, speaker series, networking events and more.

NSPCC, FutureGov and Coadec, along with Google, are supporting this exciting opportunity. The deadline for submissions is 9pm on Wednesday 14th November 2012. Winners will be selected to attend the Interactivism pitch day at Campus on December 6th.

Find out more and submit your idea on the Simpl Challenge page.






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