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Wozniak and Branson to head judging panel at Talent Unleashed awards

Wozniak and Branson to head judging panel at Talent Unleashed awards

Winners to receive trip to entrepreneurship conference in Johannesburg

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Sir Richard Branson will be part of the judging panel at the 2014 Talent Unleashed awards.

This is the second year running the Virgin co-founder will be a part of the awards.Other judges include Linkedin managing director, Cliff Rosenberg; Groupon international vice president and Asia Pacific head, Joel Neoh; Catcha Group co-founder and CEO, Patrick Grove; and Talent International founder and managing director Richard Earl.

Awards will be offered in six categories: best start up, rising star, community impact, digital content, inspirational leadership and people's choice.

Winners from each category will receive an all expenses paid trip to Johannesburg South Africa, for a five-day business innovation workshop at the Branson Centre for Entrepreneurship.


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