If you’re a startup founder in Nigeria and you’re looking to win US$500 in a ridiculously easy way, then you should enter the Radar Startup Competition.
Wondering how easy it is? Here is it: Simply pitch your startup to the Radar Community  and if you get the highest number of votes over a 48-hour period, you take home the US$500 on offer.
The pitch should be in the following format:
Startup Pitch: Problem(s), how your startup solves the problem(s), how your startup is making money and traction so far (all should be in 100 words or less).
The winner of the contest, and a few other startups, will be selected to pitch to prolific Japanese investor, Hiro Mashita at a meetup organized by TechCircle, an organization Oo Nwoye created to manage his ecosystem activities.
The meetup will take place on June 28, 2016 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at the Cre8 Space in Lagos, with the winner of the pitch receiving US$2,500.
Click HERE to take part in the contest. Endeavour to read the rules and regulations.
The competition is sponsored by M&S Partners, whose founder and CEO is Hiro Mashita.
 Radar is a forum where the African tech community can discuss, share ideas and make connections. It is run by TechCabal, a Nigerian tech blog.