Due to the overwhelming amount of executive summaries received by The Gigabit Challenge last week, the team from the business plan competition decided to add a few last-minute judges to the mix in order to help review and analyze the large volume of plans. As a result, the announcement for semi-finalists has been pushed back and will be made no later than December 6, 2011.
More information and updates about The Gigabit Challenge can be found at the TGC website.
What is The Gigabit Challenge?
The Gigabit Challenge is a global business plan competition to find disruptive ideas that will turn the tech industry upside-down and change the world. The Gigabit Challenge is focused on unique applications that are enabled by Google’s first-in-the-nation 1 Gigabit Fiber network. It is a business plan competition looking for the brightest, hungriest and most passionate entrepreneur superstars who are looking to think big...with a gig. Individuals, teams or businesses with an idea, a complete business plan, or an early-stage operating business were invited to enter for the chance to work on the Google Fiber network and a prize valued at $100,000. For more information, please visit http://www.gigabitchallenge.com.
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