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8/23/2010
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Paige Finkelman
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One More Week for Launch Pad Submissions

All that stands between you and presenting on the Enterprise 2.0 Santa Clara keynote stage is one Tweet. A mere 140 characters.jitOne week remains for enterprise 2.0 / collaboration vendors to Twitter pitch #e2conf-lp and tell the E2.0 team and Launch Pad Jury what you're up to in 2010.TheLaunch Pad contest is open to all enterprise 2.0 companies - big or small - that have released or announced something new in 2010. A new product, a new version, a new partnership or integration point - so long as the announcement was made this year, it counts.You can find more info on the E2.0 blog, and rules and key dates are listed on the official Launch Pad site.Craft those 140 characters carefully and let her rip! Twitter Round 1 closes on Monday, August 30th. Looking forward to your submission, and best of luck with the contest!

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