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This unique program produced in partnership with Google Cloud for Startups is complimentary for a select number of companies.
To be selected, you must complete this three-step process:
Step 1: Submit the Entrepreneur Challenge Application Form to be considered for the challenge.
Step 2: If you meet our minimum requirements, you will be accepted into the Entrepreneurship Workshop, invited to take a booth in the Entrepreneurship Pavilion, required to pay a registration fee of $275, and asked to complete a longer Business Model Questionnaire (required for competition applicants.)
Step 3: Once we receive your completed Business Model Questionnaire, an extensive review of the first-round applications will be conducted. All qualified candidates will be eligible to participate in the workshop; however, prior to the event, the judges will choose a group of 15 who will give onsite presentations on Tuesday. From those presentations, the judges will select the final five who will present during the plenary on Wednesday. Attendees and judges will vote during the plenary for the grand prize winner to receive the $100,000 prize in Google Cloud credits.
Important dates to keep in mind:
*Spaces for the workshop and competition are limited. Spots will be filled on a first-come basis for qualified companies.PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE
in Google Cloud credits to the competition winner*
in Google Cloud credits to runners-up*
in Google Cloud credits to every qualified entrant in the competition*
*SpaceCom Entrepreneur Summit (SES) winners, finalists and participants qualify for the Google Cloud for Startups Program and can receive up to the listed amounts in Google Cloud credits, training and support. Terms and conditions of the startup program apply.
Other prizes include:
During the Wednesday, November 28 plenary session, a panel will review the five final candidates from the SpaceCom Entrepreneur Summit Workshop and choose a winner. Among other things, the winning company will be awarded with at least three investor meetings.