Ahmad F Al-Shagra
Co-founder of Nadrus.com, Ex-Editor of The Next Web ME, trainer, blogger, and programmer. Co-founder of Nadrus.com, Ex-Editor of The Next Web ME, trainer, blogger, and programmer.
Oasis500 an organization designed to help MENA entrepreneurs turn their ideas into businesses has decided to sponsor 30 passes free of charge out of their belief that entrepreneurs and start-ups can benefit a great deal from attending the Forum. Keep reading to figure out how.
If your not a part of an enterprise interested in having you present at ICT MENA Forum this year, or otherwise a very successful professional of the MENA ICT industry, you have probably thought twice about dishing out US $1,500 to attend it. That’s where Oasis500 comes to the rescue.
To provide entrepreneurs with an equal opportunity to win the passes, Oasis500 is launching the video competition “Why should I be invited to attend the MENA ICT Forum?” that starts on September 8th , and ends on September 29th 6:00 PM Amman, Jordan time.
Coming up with a catchy video that the founders are hoping will go viral can help you snag a free pass to what’s expected to be full of some of the regions most influential decision makers in the ICT industry.
So if you’re an aspiring entrepreneur looking for some power networking all you have to do is signup on the video competition platform http://oasis500.com/en/competition.htm, upload a 2-3 minute video telling the world about your business concept and uniqueness, and promote the video and share it with family, friends and communities to get as many views as possible.
The 30 video clips with the highest number of views will win the passes. (Final winners are subject to a Committee review to ensure candidates are entrepreneurs or start-ups that would otherwise not be able to attend the MENA ICT Forum 2010.) .
Winners will be announced on: The Oasis500 Website, Twitter stream, and Facebook page. Other check out the MENA ICT Forum Facebook page and twitter stream for results.
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