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Don’t tell anybody, but this riddle can help you get to #Echelon2019

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A little brain exercise can help you attend Echelon Asia 2019 this 23-24

Echelon is just two weeks away! If you don’t want to miss out on all the fun, make sure to register here.

If you would like to meet awesome investors, hear from top-notch entrepreneurs and find the next great Southeast Asian startups, we have a challenge for you.

Make sure to follow the format e27-XXXXX when you enter your answer. Results are case sensitive.

Riddle me this

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Question: If you have me, you want to share me. If you share me, you haven’t got me. What am I?

Answer: A __________

How do I answer?

Here are the steps to redeem the tickets (assuming you know the answer ?) .

  1. Visit the registration page.
  2. Under the first bar towards the left, underneath the date, you should see a “promotional code” box.
  3. Enter the answer
  4. NOTE: The answer is one word and it be entered in ALL CAPS. Also, follow the format e27-XXXX.
  5. Limited Starter tickets will appear for free.
  6. After that simply click the ‘Buy Ticket’ button and follow through the registration process.
  7. Attend Echelon!!

Also Read: 38 fantastic investors that might be your next match at #Echelon2019

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