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A new competition has been launched to find the most innovative entrepreneurs and start-ups using wireless technology.

Cambridge Wireless has launched a new competition in a bid to give budding entrepreneurs the chance to kick-start their ventures.

Five emerging technology businesses walked away with awards at the finals of Discovering Start-Ups 2010, run by Cambridge Wireless and supported by the East of England Development Agency (EEDA).

Young high-tech businesses have until 29 October to enter the Discovering Start-Ups competition, run by Cambridge Wireless and supported by the East of England Development Agency (EEDA) to showcase the next generation of wireless technology companies.

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