iFood selects startups and researchers who are experts in Web 3.0

Registration for the Web 3.0 Challenge is open until July 15th; find out how to participate

iFood is already in the world of Web 3.0 and now you want to know the startups and universities that have innovative solutions to explore the opportunities of the future of the internet. For this, the iFood Labs, hub that connects the foodtech to partners to develop and invest in new business solutions, opens registrations for the Web 3.0 Challenge.

Who can participate in this challenge?

  • Startups that operate in the Web 3.0 universe;
  • Universities that develop extension projects that include Web 3.0 solutions;
  • People capable of implementing Web 3.0 solutions in partnership with iFood.

How can I sign up?

Registration for the Web 3.0 Challenge is open until July 15, 2022 and can be done on the iFood Labs website, filling out this form.

What will the selection be like?

After registration, iFood will select up to ten proposals for the selection phase. This analysis will be based on the material sent, which should clarify points such as what the idea is, what problem it solves, what benefit this solution would bring to iFood and how it fits into the Web 3.0 universe.

What will be the stages of the challenge?

The ten selected projects will present a partnership proposal for open innovation leaders of iFood, focusing on the solution created for Web 3.0. Each representative will make a pitch 15 minutes to sell your idea and then you will go through a 15-minute round of questions and answers. In the next phase, the selected idea will be tested and developed together with the iFood innovation team.

When will all this happen?

7/15: Registration closes

18 to 20/07: Selection of finalists 

27/7: Pitch of the selected people
1/8: Announcement of the winning idea

Register your project — and good luck!

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