Johnson & Johnson recently announced its Digital Beauty QuickFire Challenge, which will be running through January 19th. and will accept entries that "address skin health management, skincare personalization" and technology that treats more stubborn skin issues.
There could be multiple potential winners of the contest, and they will receive up to $50,000 from Johnson & Johnson and a year-long residency at its Innovation Incubator JLABS. The focus on skincare tech emphasizes the company's willingness to boost emerging talent and incorporate more innovative practices into its product development processes.
Johnson & Johnson's QuickFire Challenge functions as a unique campaign that leverages the power of crowdsourcing with the diverse set of experiences, goals and technical abilities that consumers have.