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The four semifinalists for this year's $100,000 Small Business Challenge Contest have been chosen.

A record number of more than 1,200 companies from across the country entered. From that list, six judges – Jim Senko of Telus Corp., consultant Evan Carmichael, Chris Griffiths of Fine Tune Consulting, and Sean Stanleigh, Steve Tustin and Terry Brodie from The Globe and Mail – selected four semi-finalists.

The winner of the $100,000 grant will be announced in September, 2012.

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Editor's Note: An earlier version of this article spelled Mr. Senko's name incorrectly. It has since been corrected.

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