Hatch donates to Talent 2030

Hatch donates to Talent 2030

As we kick off this year’s competition, it’s important that we celebrate the support behind the work of Talent 2030, and the girls and schools who enter.

Along with our dedicated sponsors – Rolls-Royce, PepsiCo and Centrica, we are delighted to extend a big thank-you to Hatch, who have kindly made a donation to Talent 2030 for this year’s campaign.

Hatch are a consulting engineering and project implementation company who are passionately committed to bringing about positive change across the world. Working in 150 countries ­čś▓,┬áHatch tackle┬ásome of the world’s toughest challenges and focus on solutions which prioritise:

  • protecting the environment
  • strong economies
  • social justice
  • vibrant cultures

Hatch work on some really interesting projects, like gold mining in Australia, using drones to sample deep water in Canada, and working in the heart of social media by transforming transport in Silicon Valley! As well as these, Hatch have six areas of expertise:

  • Sustainable business
  • Urban solutions and smart cities
  • Responsible energy
  • Digital solutions
  • Innovation in mining
  • Water development

If you’ve entered the competition before, do these sound familiar? We get lots of entries around areas like smart cities and responsible energy, as well as water development! We think this makes Hatch a really good fit for Talent 2030 – we’re all trying to make the world a better and more interesting place!

Want to know more about Hatch and what they do? Visit their website or get in touch with them on Twitter @Hatchglobal.