Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Comcast. All opinions are my own.
One of the biggest reasons that businesses give for failure is a lack of capital. When businesses don’t have the money to invest in their own growth, they either stagnate or fail. It’s just that simple. Think about it: how many times have you thought, “If only I had some money to invest in advertising/marketing/coaching/whatever!”
Well, now’s your chance to snag some change that could make a significant dent in your business capital needs:
The I4E contest invites applicants across the US to tell Comcast how they would invest $30,000 into technology to grow their business. If you have one of the best entries (think innovation!) then you are eligible to win the $30,000 to implement your ideas. Cool, right?
Who Can Win Capital For Their Business?
Anyone can win. There will be one Startup (in business less than two years) and one Entrepreneur (in business more than two years) in each of the fifteen Comcast Business regions will win $10,000 and each of those regional winners are eligible for the Grand Prize. Grand Prize winners will receive an additional $20,000, as well as attend a specially-designed daylong event at Comcast headquarters in Philadelphia where they will meet with expert teams to strategize for their business.
How Can You Enter?
Go to http://cbcommunity.comcast.com/i4e and enter your zip code. Then you’ll be able to enter your 250-word essay telling Comcast how you’ll invest your $30,000 into technology to grow your business. It’s that simple. But before you write that essay, think innovation. The contest is called, after all, “Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs.” We here at Business in Blue Jeans recommend that you take a peek at the previous winners and see what they did with their money to get inspired for how you might use the money on your business.
The grand prize winners will be selected by national judges and public voting will occur April 25-May 13.
The Deadline for entries is March 12! So go now, RIGHT NOW, and enter to win serious bank to implement technology in an innovative way to grow your business! GO, GO, GO!
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