01 Aug '11, 8am

Amazon.com organizes global competition for startups

This is the first time the competition is open to participants from around the world, including Asia. No less than six global finalists will be picked and awarded US$10,000 in AWS credits and a trip to attend the final round of judging and awards ceremony. The grand prize winner will walk away with US$50,000 cash and US$50,000 in AWS credits, AWS premium support services for one year and technical mentorship from Amazon Web Services for one year, as well as a possible investment offer from Amazon.

Full article: http://sgentrepreneurs.com/news-stop/2011/08/01/amazon-co...

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