Microsoft Blue Sky Awards - Submissions close on April 30th!

by Soniya Monga | Culture

Are you a developer, ISV or part of an emerging start up? Then make sure you check out the Blue Sky Innovation Awards as submission for this year's contest is closing on April 30th!

Into it's 3rd year, and going stronger than ever, here's what you need to know:

Have an innovative application with market potential looking for exposure and visibility? Submit your application by April 30th to qualify. The winner will receive a customized engagement plan to help support continuing software development, provide accessibility within Microsoft and increase market visibility, they can use this achievement to set themselves apart from their competition.

According to Microsoft Canada, 

Blue Sky is a Microsoft initiative designed to recognize the innovations which are ingenious in theory and sublime in application.  If you’re a Canadian Software vendor in the process of developing such a disruptive software application, we encourage you to apply for the Blue Sky Award today.

For more information on the Blue Sky Awards, click here.

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Soniya Monga

Soniya Monga

From the world of finance to high fashion, and non-profits to technology, Soniya is currently exploring the power of the digital landscape for business to business marketing as a Relationship marketer within Microsoft Canada’s Small and Mid-Size business community. Soniya’s background includes roles at Morgan Stanley along with previous stints in Public Relations at Faulhaber PR. She has been... more

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