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SqwidNet ‘Shark Tank’ – Funding local IoT entrepreneurs

SqwidNet ‘Shark Tank’ – Funding local IoT entrepreneursNine entrepreneurs pitched their ideas and demonstrated their innovations during the finale of the SqwidNet (IoT)E Entrepreneurship Programme on 31 May 2018.  The (IoT)E Pitch day took place on 31 May 2018, where candidates of SqwidNet’s inaugural three-day (IoT)E workshop could showcase their solutions in a “Shark Tank” style format – with potential investors who had the opportunity to invest or pass on each project.

Read the article over at MyBroadband here.


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