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Here’s how Delaware business owners can win $30,000 from Comcast

March 15 is the deadline. Last year, Wilmington's entreDonovan was one of six national grand-prize winners.

entreDonovan's Market Street storefront. (Photo by Melissa DiPento)

Delaware business owners: don’t miss your chance to win $30,000 from Comcast. Submit a 250-word essay to be considered in the company’s second annual Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs competition.
Last year, Linda Farquhar, the owner of Wilmington boutique entreDonovan, was one of the six national grand-prize winners.
Applicants must submit their essay and entry form by March 15. Business owners must also provide a description on the business and explain, in 250 words, how they could expand or modify technology to help enhance the business.
For more details, visit Comcast’s Innovations 4 Entrepreneurs site.

Companies: entreDonovan / Comcast

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