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The 4th Arab Technology Business Plan Competition

10.07.2008
The Arab Technology Business Plan Competition is a regional Technology investment competition organized by Arab Science and Technology Foundation (ASTF) in cooperation with Intel Corporation.

"Take Your Innovation to the Market".

www.tbpc-astf.net

Deadline for applying is: 22 July 2008

The Arab Technology Business Plan Competition is a regional Technology investment competition organized by Arab Science and Technology Foundation (ASTF) in cooperation with Intel Corporation.

The competition provides the Arabian Entrepreneurs with tools to turn their Technological innovation into business opportunities.

It is your chance to:

1- Prepare a professional business plan and take your innovation to the market.

2- Show your business plan to venture capitals, angel fund and investors in the ASTF Investment in Technology Forum.

3- Attend the finals in Morocco during the Scientific Research Outlook Congress in Morocco 26-30 October

4- Represent the Arab World in the United States of America in the world wide finals of the Intel + UC Berkeley Technology Entrepreneurship Challenge 18-20 November.

Apply now and have an entrepreneurial life

Visit us at: www.tbpc-astf.net

Note: Number 3 and 4 is for the University category only; see Competition Details on the website.

Contact Person

Yasser Tawfik
Arab Technology Business Plan competition,
Project Manager
www.astf.net
Mobile: +2012 444 7767
Fax: +202 3336 5440
908, 5th -Mesaha Square, Dokki, Giza, Egypt

Yasser Tawfik | ResearchSEA
Further information:
http://www.tbpc-astf.net
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