Win a share of £30,000 cash - by revealing how you would spend the money to make a dream come true
Make It Possible bursary marks the release of the new Huawei Mate 10 Pro smartphone.
Mobile phone giant Huawei wants to invest in you - by giving three people the chance to win a share of a life-changing £30k in cash.
Following the firm's promise this month to invest £3bn in the UK over the next five years, they're looking for readers to back.
And all you have to do to win is answer the following question:
'What would you do with the Make It Possible bursary?'
Yes, that's it - just tell them HOW and WHEN you would splash the cash and WHY it would be life-changing for you.
Maybe you've always longed to open a restaurant but have never been able to afford it.
Or perhaps your bucket list includes things like writing a book, creating an app or starting a business.
To mark the launch of the new Huawei Mate 10 Pro - the world's first AI smartphone powered by a chip rather than cloud-based technology - the Make It Possible Bursary aims to drive the nation's entrepreneurial, creative and adventurous spirit by taking away the financial hurdles which can stand in the way of a big dream becoming reality.
There's a top prize of 20k to be won, plus two runner-up prizes of £5k.
To enter, simply visit huaweibursary.com/UK from today and post your response to the question in no more than 500 words and using one image, demonstrating your passion as much as possible to make you stand out to the judges.
The closing date for submissions is March 6 so you have plenty of time to get your thinking caps on! Click here for terms and conditions.
Huawei - the worlds’ second largest smartphone manufacturer - has also commissioned research into the UK's ambitions and dreams to coincide with the Mate 10 Pro launch and found 85% of people have one or more goals they want to fulfil.
And more than three quarters (77%) are planning to actively pursue their goals in 2018.
When it comes to the top ambition, 57% want to start their own business with current barriers to doing so including cash flow (75%), a lack of access to the right technology (74%) and confidence (36%).
One in three want to get involved with a cause or charity, 41% are looking to further their education and 31% are looking to change their career.
The survey of 5,000 UK residents is part of Huawei’s ‘I Am What I Do’ campaign, which features tech-driven entrepreneurs showcasing how AI technology can enrich people’s lives.
- The competition is open to entrants aged 18 and over, living in the UK and Northern Ireland. Entries should be made by March 6, 2018, inclusive. This is a syndicated competition that is being promoted across 11 Trinity Mirror titles. There are a total of three prizes available. One winner will receive a £20,000 bursary prize and two runners-up will each receive a £5,000 bursary prize. Only one entry per person will be accepted. Normal entry restrictions apply. No purchase necessary. Visit consumer.huawei.com/uk/press/news/2018/I-Am-What-I-Do-Bursary-T&C/ for full T&Cs.