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Discovering Start-Ups 2011 Competition: Deadline to enter is Oct 28th

October 7, 2011

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Tech start-ups, inventors and budding entrepreneurs have less then one month left to enter the Cambridge Wireless Discovering Start-Ups 2011 competition and get the chance to pitch to leading venture capitalists, angels and industry investors. Representatives from  Microsoft, RIM, Nokia, Vodafone Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures, Innovacom, Broadcom, Orange and ARM will  be among those lining up to pick the winners and provide  expert advice.

Some of the latest entrants include: the App damon mobile discovery application that recommends apps based on interests and preferences; Talking Eye, with the world’s first mobile telecoms intercom/doorbell monitoring device; a high-performance, self-organising microwave backhaul system designed to help solve the mobile data explosion from Cambridge Communications; and Qiqqa – software that helps researchers manage and extract maximum value from large volumes of research materials.

Now in its second year and once again supported by the East of England Development Agency (EEDA), Discovering Start-Ups also rewards the winners with cash prizes and free business and consultancy services. The competition is free to enter for companies in the East of England or Cambridge Wireless members nationally.

For more information or to enter, please visit www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/discoveringstartups.

You can also follow @cambwireless on Twitter for all the latest on Discovering Start-Ups 2011.



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