(The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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A Lebanese startup that tracks customer shopping behavior through close-circuit television will head to Switzerland to compete for $1 million in investments.For the fourth year in a row, the Geneva-based Seedstars has selected one among 10 Lebanese startups to compete before a 10-member investment team to participate in an 80-person global competition for international entrepreneurs. The winning team will head to Lausanne in April to compete for one week, where the top team will then be awarded $1 million in investments. There are 12 other similar competitions across the MENA region.The winner for Lebanon gets three months of co-working space from Antwork, $3,000 worth of logistics from Aramex, all 10 participants get $500 worth of in-kind prizes from Seedstars. Seedstars is an internationally renowned competition that brings together top judges and competitors from all over the world in search of the most promising startup.
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