$10,000 prize for "It's Time for Business with Office 2010 Video Contest"

Microsoft and the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce have used ‘finger puppets’ to promote a new video contest open to small businesses in the state of Washington – pledging $10,000 that creates the best viral video which promotes use of Office 2010, and also plan to give $1,000 to best foreign language video as well […]

Microsoft and the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce have used ‘finger puppets’ to promote a new video contest open to small businesses in the state of Washington – pledging $10,000 that creates the best viral video which promotes use of Office 2010, and also plan to give $1,000 to best foreign language video as well as best video created by a woman-owned business. Videos must be between 30 seconds and 2 minutes. "Videos can demonstrate your favorite feature of Office 2010, show how Office 2010 improves your productivity, or explain how Office products helped you launch your business." "Submissions will be judged on five criteria: originality, creativity, concept, information, and overall presentation." Here's the video -- direct from "cuticle hell."

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