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For the fourth consecutive year, the Junior Economic Chamber of Monaco – which focuses on the areas of Training, Entrepreneurship and Networking – organised the Get in the Ring competition.
The day’s training on Friday, December 1, started at 8:30 am, with a working breakfast with all the incubated startups of MonacoTech. Throughout the day the candidates were coached by high-level mentors in a highly-charged but studious atmosphere.
At the end of the first round of the competition for start-ups, six candidates were selected to go on stage in front of the Grand Jury later in the day: Hyve, Wafer, Coviago, O’Sol, Zappik, and Onhys.
The jury for the evening session, which started at 6 pm at the Meridian Beach Plaza, consisted of Rémi Raso, Nicholas Cournoyer, Mauro Dell Orco, Florence Richardson, and Invest Monaco’s Justin Highman.
The winner, Onhys, which specialises in modelling urban regeneration plans, is now directly qualified for the global final of the Get in the Ring competition to be held in March 2018 in Carcais, Lisbon.
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