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20/20 Challenge opens up for Shreveport/Bossier City teens

On Friday, The 20 / 20 Challenge announced that it was accepting applications from entrepreneurs 20 and under in the Shreveport - Bossier area to participate in its groundbreaking Summer training and competition program.
Director of The 20 / 20 Challenge, Justin Martin, said that he expects to see a large range of different ideas on applications, from tech to culinary to health to general use.  Martin went on to say that in order to accommodate a range of different submissions, the application form was simplified as much as possible.  The form requires only basic personal information and a one minute YouTube video - introducing the entrepreneur and explaining the basis, uniqueness, and marketability of their concept.

Applications are being accepted through June 1st.  Full information about the event and the online application form itself can be found at the2020challenge.com.

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The 20 / 20 Challenge is a program to cultivate, train, and connect teen entrepreneurs in Shreveport.  The program allows local entrepreneurs (20 years old and under) to connect, learn, and compete for prizes.  The program trains young entrepreneurs via a set of Summer workshops, focusing on the basics of entrepreneurship and running a business.  Each participant is also matched with a long-term(4 - 12 month) mentor, who will guide them in running their business.  The program also gives them a chance to vie for cash prizes to kickstart their business and a chance to present at Digifest South.  For more information about The 20 / 20 Challenge, you may contact Director Justin Martin at 318 - 401 - 3995 or justin.d.martin1@gmail.com.

Justin Martin is a Shreveport, Louisiana - based entrepreneur who runs local tech start-up company Digital Lion.  He has a special interest in creating, training, and assisting young entrepreneurs.  For more information about Justin Martin, you may contact him at 318 - 401 - 3995.

DigiFest South is an annual digital arts festival and tech expo held in Bossier City by the Bossier Arts Council.  It celebrates how digital technology combined with artistic creativity has helped our modern society progress. Past participants have included Academy Award Winner Moonbot Studios, Sci-Port Louisiana’s Science Center, the Robinson Film Center, and many more. The event exhibits digital art genres made possible by the latest technologies.  For more information about Digifest South, you may visit www.digifestsouth.com or contact Bossier Arts Council Chairman, Clint McCommon at 318-780-5924.
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