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B2Mamy accelerates startups for enterprising mothers

B2Mamy, a company that empowers and connects mothers to the innovation and technology ecosystem, is promoting Power Pulse Batch 11 for the first time, with support from Danone and PlayKids. The program will focus on accelerating startups in the mother and child sector in the operational phase, with an approved business model, with a search for income and traction. In addition to practical lessons and challenges, all companies will be accompanied by a performance mentoring and access to MentorEla, a platform to connect women entrepreneurs with mentors from different areas of the market. Today (24) is the last day of registration.

Magalu launches second training program for blacks

Magalu has announced another selection process for its 2022 internship program, aimed exclusively at black applicants. The initiative will accept applicants graduating between December 2018 and December 2021 in any higher education course. Fluency in English and previous professional experience are not prerequisites for selection. Applicants’ age and educational institution are not rated by recruiters. During the first six months, participants will move between areas of the business. Recordings To free.

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Ambev invites students to ABI Academy Hack

Ambev technology, Ambev Technology Center has joined the multinational beer company ABI (Anheuser-Busch InBev) to create the ABI Academy Hack, an innovation hackathon open to university students from all over Brazil. The initiative will include six challenges divided into data science and artificial intelligence tracks to be solved with the support of the team of mentors from the two organizing companies. You will be able to participate Students over 18 years of age from undergraduate, graduate, masters or doctoral courses in exact sciences, such as computer science, programming and related fields, able to solve problems using data and algorithms. The winners will receive prizes of R $ 16,000. Recordings To free.

Origin opens 100 job opportunities for technical talent

The Origin financial planning platform offers more than 100 job vacancies for its technical team, including more than 50 for Brazilians. Opportunities are available for remote positions in the areas of product manager, product designer, technical director and software engineer, among others. Founded in 2018 by Brazilian Joao De Paula and American Matthew Watson, the startup is headquartered in California and aims to help employees manage compensation, benefits and personal finances. Recordings To free.

Meta Ventures will invest up to 1.5 million reais in startups

Meta-projects Meta’s corporate venture capital armlaunched Bring Your SaaS 2, a startup competition aimed at identifying companies with high growth potential. Companies will be assessed based on business model, scalability, staff profile and background, and potential impact. The top three will compete for investments of up to R $ 1.5 million from Meta Ventures. Organizations can apply using SaaS (Software as a Service) business models, targeting the B2B (business to business) or B2B2C (business to business to consumer) market. Recordings Until October 12.

Businesses come together to create a data science exchange

Sirius Technology Training School developed the Brazilian Data Science Fellowship, which is a course designed to train non-technical professionals in data scientists. Participants will take courses in Python programming, machine learning, artificial intelligence, business intelligence, and decision science, among others. edutech will provide two grants to participate in the project, funded by Ambev and Sebrae, partners of the initiative. This initiative is aimed at people already present in the market who wish to embark on technological careers, at professionals in the sector who wish to broaden their knowledge and at students at the end of higher studies who wish to prepare for the labor market. Recordings Until September 27.

Enext launches a training program for the e-commerce sector

In order to develop and train future professionals in the digital market, Enext – Wonderman Thomson Corporation Just launched the VTEX training program, which is a course for young people in higher education in the fields of Marketing, Engineering and Technology. At the end of the training, the participants can be nominated by the company, helping companies such as PUMA, C6 Bank, Mondelez, Colgate and Sephora are accelerating their digital business. Recordings To free.

Banco PAN promotes a training course for training developers

Registration is now open for the PAN Academy project, which is promoted by Banco PAN in partnership with Gama Academy, Escola. The program will select 100 people for basic programming training, with a focus on Java and Cloud. At the end of the course, which will last 10 weeks, top performing candidates can be recruited to work in the PAN technology industry. In addition, 5,000 pre-training grants in Introduction to programming, available on the Gama application, will be distributed. Recordings Until September 28.

The new version of the Ideia Prize invites startups from the financial sector

The ABBC (Brazilian Association of Banks) has opened registrations for Brazilian FinTech companies wishing to participate in the fourth edition of the Ideia Prize. The initiative aims to connect partner entities to financial ecosystem services, with a focus on automation, cybersecurity, open banking and PIX. Finalists will be required to present their bids to a jury at an online event and winners will receive a trophy, mentorship, and meetings to develop and evolve their projects. Recordings To free.

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