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Competition: Who wants to be an internet millionaire?

Time is running out for readers looking to win £15,000 of e-business advice courtesy of AccountancyAge.com and business-incubator.com.

We are offering you the chance to get fast lane of the dot.com gold rush with a free three-month place on the incubator scheme. You’ll need to be sitting on a web exclusive business startup idea. It should already be developed in terms of target market and operations.

The winner of the competition will receive expert advice plus all the technology that you could need to get your Net venture up and running.

You will need to submit a summary of your business plan, which should cover the following points: target market, people, buildings and property, operations, sales and product. You will also need to send submit an outline of the market opportunity and a short description of the business concept itself.

To enter, you can visit http://www.business-incubator.com which gives you access to a special questionnaire.

The deadline for entries is Thursday 11 May, when a winners’ shortlist will be selected. Shortlisted entrants will need to be available to meet the judging panel in central London on Wednesday 31 May.

The judges include representatives from Computing, Accountancy Age, business-incubator.com and Robert Dighero, finance director for QXL.

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