Here Is Your Chance To Become Next Super Techie Of The Year !

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Are you from North America? Do you and a friend want a paid trip to India to become the next Super Techies of the year? If you answered yes to these questions, you’re in luck. The Capgemini Super Techies Show is accepting applicants from North America to compete in its second season which airs in September on ET Now and Times Now.

In this tech-based reality television show, teams from India and North America will go head-to-head in an attempt to solve real business challenges faced by some of the world’s largest enterprises. People who have experience working with technologies in a business environment are encouraged to apply at here.

This show brings techies, who usually work behind the scenes, into the limelight to flaunt their expertise. Twenty-seven teams of two will battle it out for the title of “Super Techies of the Year” and a grand prize of $27,000.

Rajesh Chandiramani, Senior Vice President – Marketing and Sales, Capgemini India said, “We are proud to present the second season of Capgemini’ Super Techies Show after the overwhelming response received last year. The show has grown bigger this year with the participation of IT professionals and business leaders from North America. This will bring a global perspective on some of the issues faced by the IT industry. This will also provide an interesting opportunity for the participants to come up with solutions and ideas in response to global business challenges.”

In this new season, the Capgemini Super Techies Show will offer North American and Indian participants the opportunity to generate innovative solutions to some of the biggest challenges faced by global businesses.


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