ALBtelecom announces the winning projects of Super Generation. The youth that will change the world.

On the 28th of March, ALBtelecom has announced the winning projects of Super Generation, which for several months has shed light on the ideas and projects of young people in the field of technology and information. Super Generation, through several phases, acquainted the public with girls and boys from different cities, who were given the opportunity to make their project reality.

At the final event, ALBtelecom not only selected the winners, but also surprised three finalist projects with additional special awards.

Mario Alla, Gevio Tabaku, Dorian Kane and Kadri Manaj presented their ideas in front of the jury leaded by Mr. Tahsin Yılmaz, CEO of ALBtelecom, Dorina Çinari, Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Energy, Mr. Seyhan Pencablıgil, CEO of National Commercial Bank (BKT), Mr. Vasil Naçi, CEO and President of Agna Group, selected as winner of the SuperGeneration the competitor Mario Alla 18 years old, student of the “Harry Fultz” Institute, with his idea of ​​assisting tourists with the “Traveler” application.

In his speech addressing the occasion, the CEO of ALBtelecom, Mr. Tahsin Yilmaz expressed confidence that the younger generation has the decisive role, leading the path towards future innovation. "That's why we, at ALBtelecom decided to focus our energies on supporting new technology enthusiasts and we are very happy to be familiarized with a number of very special ideas, and meeting with so many talented youth," he added.

Mine.al designed by two young boys who are passionate about technology, Dorian and Kadri, was the most voted project by the public, hence wining a prize of 500 Eur. In addition to this amount, ALBtelecom surprised them with another 500 euros BONUS, bringing their price to 1000 Euros. Furthermore, the other finalist project Portalistudentor.al was awarded a BONUS prize of 1000 Euros, offered by ALBtelecom and Agna Group.

Through those months of its development, the Super Generation competition not only highlighted the talents of a younger generation, but also helped participants become updated in ways to bring their ideas to life.

Last Update: 1 April 2019