Judging the Gigabit Challenge

November 17, 2011 at 3:49 pm Leave a comment

Rich Brenner has been named a judge for The Gigabit Challenge, a global business plan competition to find disruptive ideas and bright passionate entrepreneurs. It begins this month as business plans must be submitted by November 18th. Prizes include the chance to work on the first-in-the-nation Google Fiber network and a first prize valued at $100,000. If you are an entrepreneur with a game-changing idea, go for it; if you’re a tech-sector follower, stay tuned for the results. For more information go to http://www.gigabitchallenge.com/

J. Weston (Wes) Rose is Senior Vice president of The Brenner Group, one of Silicon Valley’s premier professional services firms. Wes has enjoyed an extensive career as a C-level operating executive with multiple venture capital backed technology companies and now runs the firm’s interim management and restructuring practices.

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