Morph Code Day 2: Young, more mature entrepreneurs duke it out
By Erwin Oliva INQUIRER.net ON THE ONE HAND, the entrepreneurs here included "bored engineers" who wanted t o have some fun and money, and overachieving students who hope to create a Face book-like service that would help match students with their college or course u sing the idea of crowd-sourcing. On the other hand, you also have more mature firms like Ascendant Technologies, which has been in stealth mode for the past two years and is now ready to "go to the next level" with the patient information system it developed. So far, the ideas presented during the second half of the elevator pitches invo lved business ideas related to e-learning, e-health, and e-government.
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