🥈 Hackathon HackaRB - Reckitt Benckiser 🚀
Yesterday, we left one of the greatest and best personal and professional experiences we've ever had, with a prize of 7,000 reais and great inspiration to continue our projects. The #moto team had a lot of fun, as we always do, because we truly love what we do.
We would like to congratulate Reckitt Benckiser for organizing a great hackathon and for giving us the opportunity to learn alongside them! This year has been very significant for each of us and will not be forgotten.
The Finish and Reckitt Benckiser group organized the first HackaRB, a hackathon-style competition in which groups collaborate on projects to create innovative applications or ideas that involve technology, sustainability, and dishwashers.
We are thrilled to have won second place at the HackaRB hackathon, and grateful to the organizers, judges, and everyone who made this experience possible. Let's keep innovating and creating positive impact through technology and sustainability! 🥈
*Humberto* with the prize check
The event also featured speeches from experts in these areas, such as Tallis Gomes, CEO and founder of Easy Taxi, who provided support, consultation, and judged the participants' work.
In addition to the competition, the event aimed to promote awareness of the conscious use of water and the efficiency of dishwashers in conserving resources. A dishwasher uses up to six times less water than manual washing, and can wash up to 135 items (plates, glasses, cutlery) at once using only 16 liters of water for complete washing and rinsing, compared to 91 liters for washing the same amount of dishes by hand.