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24 January 2013

Awards open for Asian start-ups!


By Cream Editorial

Budding Asian entrepreneurs, who had winning business ideas but hadn’t found investors/partners to back them up, can now breathe a sigh of relief. The Festival of Media Asia 2013 is all set to launch the concept of M.A.P. (Media Accelerator Programme) in Asia, after a proven successful launch at the Festival of Media Global 2012.


M.A.P. provides a platform for entrepreneurs to present their innovative business ideas to the Festival delegation. It is a project that matches new companies to the most senior decision-makers in global marketing and media, much like the ‘Dragon’s Den’ show concept. The presentations could very certainly prove fruitful for generating funding and form other kinds of business partnerships.

M.A.P. Asia is now open for entries until February 8. The presentations and interactions will be held alongside The Festival of Media Asia, from March 3-5, 2013, in Singapore. You can click here to enter and register for M.A.P., download the brochure and get other details.


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