TNGiCUBE announces ‘National Mobile Startup Hunt’

20th Apr 2011
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As part of its fifth annual day celebrations, TNGiCUBE, one of India's leading enterprise messaging aggregators and VAS service providers with offices in Trivandrum, Bangalore and Mumbai, has initiated a National Mobile Startup Hunt which aims to find and groom the most innovative and promising business ideas in the mobile services industry.The event is scheduled for May 7, 2011 at Trivandrum. Ten startups, all from the mobile services industry would be selected for presenting their business plans. This would be a wonderful opportunity to connect with young minds with brilliant ideas in this growing domain.

Mr. Satish Kataria, MD Springboard Ventures and Mr. RC Dutt, Head Technopark Business Incubation Center (TBIC) will be judging the event. The Indus Entrepreneurs (TIE) would also be in attendance. On stake is seed funding and six months of free space at the Technopark, Trivandrum, plus the chance to present the idea before the biggest names in the Indian mobile industry.

Participating teams can have up to 4 members and all teams are requested to prepare for the final business plan presentation simultaneously since the main event is scheduled on May 7.

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Executive summaries, not exceeding two pages, can be mailed to innovations@tngicube.co.in before April 28th 2011.

Ten shortlisted entries would be announced on April 29th 2011. Selected teams will be entitled to free stay and food from May 6 to May 8. Teams residing more than 500 km from Trivandrum shall be given free airline tickets on request.

The annual day celebration would also include a conclave with major companies from the mobile services industries in attendance. The day would end with a dinner bash at the Leela, Kovalam. To know more about the National Mobile Startup Hunt, join their Facebook group by clicking here.

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