The contest is over, but your work isn’t finished. Maintain a positive relationship with the community you’ve developed around your challenge. You will want to reach out to them in the future.
<p> Hold an awards ceremony to draw attention to the winners and to your challenge. </p> <p> The team behind the HHS myHealthyPeopleChallenge partnered with a prominent health conference to demo the winners’ applications. </p> <h2> <a name="continue-outreach"></a>Continue outreach </h2> <p> Challenges are powerful marketing and research and development tools that can help you create and grow a community around your initiatives. </p> <p> Consider holding a mini-challenge in between your larger yearly challenges to keep the developer community interested. </p> <p> Check out our <a title="Resources to Help Run an Apps or Mobile Apps Challenge" href="/2013/11/06/software-and-apps-challenges/">resources</a>—including examples, lessons learned, and more—to help you run your apps or mobile apps challenge. </p> <p> Review all the apps challenge steps at a glance on the <a href="https://digital.gov/2013/11/06/software-and-apps-challenges/">How to Run an Apps Challenge page</a>. </p> <p> </p>
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