Tech for Good

Tech for good is all about using digital technology to make a positive difference in the world over profit based motives.

Relevant transformations could involve changing the way children learn, helping people stay healthy, improving public services, helping us respond to disasters like floods and pandemics, and understanding global trends. It can come from nonprofits, governments, or businesses.

We host our annual impact Awards where we celebrate the digital technology innovations that improve people’s lives and the world around us.

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