The Talent and Innovation Competition of the Americas 2009 (TIC Americas) is now accepting registrations until March 1, 2009 through www.ticamericas.net. During this period, teams will present their business ideas and compete to classify to the TIC Americas Finals to be held in May 2009 in Honduras.
The participating teams will compete for the following categories: Creative Design, Tradition and Culture, E-business, Entrepreneurship Spirit, New Markets, Social Entrepreneurship and International Alliance, which is awarded to teams formed by members from regions outside the American continent.
Young people, under 35 years old, who are interested in participating may do so by registering their team since September 2008 in www.ticamericas.net
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