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[qi:014] Early-stage businesses looking to bring their idea to market — or build a bigger market for their existing products — can now apply for some cash, advice, and practical guidance courtesy of LaunchBox Digital. The Washington, D.C.-based business incubator and investment firm is accepting applications […]

[qi:014] Early-stage businesses looking to bring their idea to market — or build a bigger market for their existing products — can now apply for some cash, advice, and practical guidance courtesy of LaunchBox Digital. The Washington, D.C.-based business incubator and investment firm is accepting applications for its Summer 2009 business accelerator program, LaunchBox09. Up to 10 successful applicants to LaunchBox09 will receive seed investment and help in establishing and building their new business. For more information visit www.launchboxdigital.com.

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