Student teams who are functioning on little sleep but plenty of excitement have come from all over the world to compete in this year’s Imagine Cup World Finals.
The annual technology competition officially kicked off Monday, when teams from 33 countries registered, posed for photos and practiced demonstrating the innovative projects that brought them to Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington, as Imagine Cup World Finalists.
Microsoft employees gave teams suggestions on how to improve their presentations, and students got the chance to hear Microsoft Distinguished Engineer James Whittaker teach them about “the art of the pitch.”
Learn more about the teams and what’s in store for them this week on the Microsoft Imagine Blog.
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