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Orange Startup Cup's 2018 Registration Is Now Open

The Orange Startup Cup is ready to support business models involved with a variety of fields from gaming and VR, to urban development and mobile agriculture.

The Orange Startup Cup is now accepting applications until May 3rd, in preparation for the challenge taking place between May 11th and 12th. The competition is kicking off with a bundle of cash-prizes starting from EGP 100,000 for the first place winner, EGP 70,000 for the second, EGP 40,000 for the third and fourth, and EGP 20,000 for fifth. Made possible by Griffin Worx and Orange’s local partner, Enpact, the challenge is designed to embrace any type of business idea or product in either gaming, VR, fintech, mobile agriculture, urban development, digital education or H/W/App development.

This internationally recognized seven-month acceleration program has proven to grow businesses and accelerate the development of revenue across the world. In fact, New York's eBay StartUp Cup Challenge – also a startup competition powered by GriffinWorx – announced on March 10th that it will be accepting business model applications into the challenge through till April 13th. Through a highly experiential and mentor-driven process, New Yorker and Cairene early stage entrepreneurs will be connected to the specific mentors for their industry, supporting them with access to the tools and resources required to grow any business.

A selection of business teams will be invited to a 48-hour Extreme Build-A-Business Weekend, where the top 25 will be chosen to compete over the Startup Cup. The teams will learn more about business model design techniques through visual thinking, go-to-market strategies producing revenue, as well as how one creates value and how to reach a target customer.

You can find out more about the event here.

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