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4 More Days to Submit for Launch Pad

Calling all E2.0 vendors!You have 4 more days to get your Launch Pad Tweets in - we'll close submissions end of day on Monday, April 19th.

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You've probably been working hard and polishing those 140 characters to get them just right. To enter simply Tweet to #e2conf-lp. After the 19th, our Jury will chose their 8 favorite Tweets and if selected, you'll move on to the next video round.What's in it for you?
  • Opportunity to demo live on the E2.0 Boston keynote stage on June 16. 2010
  • A Publicity Package that includes lots of PR love
  • Final Four branding around the Launch Pad program
  • The fame & glory of being crowned the E2.0 Boston 2010 Launch Pad Winner!
More information on key dates can be found on the official Launch Pad website. Best of luck to everyone submitting!

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