The startup challenge by Dell: An exciting catalyst for emerging entrepreneurs

18th Jul 2016
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This announcement is sponsored by Dell.

Full of bold ideas and thinking of how to breathe life into them? Got your business idea off the ground, but finding it hard to keep the engine running? If your answer to any of the two questions is yes, here’s something that has been crafted for you. Dell is inviting entries from entrepreneurs for the startup challenge.


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It is an exciting platform for entrepreneurs to bring their potential business ideas to market, get greater exposure, and win rewards. More importantly, it will help you take a tiny step forward and transform their idea into a fundable one. How? Short-listed startups will get a chance to present their business idea to an angel investor or a seed fund, receive Dell Vostro laptops, and a Dell credit of $5,000. If you are one of the early-stage startups, here are a few more reasons why you should apply for the startup challenge:

It is an exciting platform for entrepreneurs to bring their potential business ideas to market, get greater exposure, and win rewards. More importantly, it will help you take a tiny step forward and transform their idea into a fundable one. How? Short-listed startups will get a chance to present their business idea to an angel investor or a seed fund, receive Dell Vostro laptops, and a Dell credit of $5,000. If you are one of the early-stage startups, here are a few more reasons why you should apply for the startup challenge:

  1. Participating in a startup contest like this one can be a powerful experience as it helps build momentum for your idea at an early stage, which is critical for startups. It compels you to put your business idea on paper, organise your thoughts, think critically about every aspect of your business from short-term goal to long-term, and even helps to polish your business plan.
  2. A startup contest unearths business and PR opportunities. If your idea is interesting enough, you will be in the spotlight irrespective of whether you win or not.
  3. While winning comes with a lot of perks, even if you don’t win, you don’t leave empty handed. You go back with a wealth of experience, networking opportunities, or an ‘aha moment’ that can pave the way for you to come up with a stronger strategy and hack growth. In fact, for many startups that have grown big today, participating in a contest in their early stages is what led them onto a trajectory growth path.

So kick your ideas into hyper-drive, and push your vision to the next level.

Apply, pitch your idea, and take your startup ambition a little closer to your goal. 



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