Campaign India Team
Jan 10, 2019

I-Com Data Startup Challenge 2019: Entries open

Shortlisted entries to present case studies during the summit in Malaga

I-Com Data Startup Challenge 2019: Entries open
The organisers of the I-Com Global Summit have announced that entries are open for its Data Startup Challenge.
 
Consisting of nine categories, these awards recognise those organisations that enable competitive advantage for their clients by leveraging value from data through creative expertise.
 
The finalists will take part in the final round of live judging. They will present their case studies to the audience at the festival. 
 
Andreas Cohen, chairman, I-Com, said, “The Data Startup challenge gives entrants an opportunity to gain high profile exposure with key decision makers in the marketing industry, whilst connecting with key clients who could potentially invest in their products and services, propelling their business to the next level. Like our other awards, the Data Startup Challenge is cutting edge and industry leading – no other awards give such a focus to the up and coming, the new and innovative; and we look forward to welcoming the entrants and subsequent finalists with open arms to the 2019 summit.”
 
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