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Steve Wylie
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Calling all Enterprise 2.0 Launch Pad Participants

Just in case you missed it, we recently announced our plans for an Enterprise 2.0 Launch Pad program taking place on June 11th at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference. We're taking a rather unique approach this year by conducting much of the "pitching" in advance of the event and using video. Anyone can submit a short video pitch and the presenters with the most votes will advance to the next round. The four finalists will be invited to present live at the conference and the winner will be offered a complimentary demo pod at the 2009 event.

First round submissions are due on May 2nd.

Stowe Boyd is chairing the program and explains how the program will work in this short video.

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