birding-aus Fwd: [VICNET] Stockholm Challenge Award.

Subject: birding-aus Fwd: [VICNET] Stockholm Challenge Award.
From: Victoria Quinton <>
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2000 21:43:53 +1100
>X-From_:  Mon Jan 10 14:06:00 2000
>To: VICNET Volunteers <>
>From: VICNET <>
>Subject: [VICNET] Stockholm Challenge Award.
>Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 14:05:48 +1100 (EST)
>Has your web site helped individuals, society or the environment?  If so
>then you should consider submitting it to the Stockholm Challenge Award.
>Here are the details:
>1. It offers you the chance to take part in a global sharing of 
>knowledge and brokering of contacts. 
>2. International marketing of the Award attracts the attention of
>media and venture capitalists and paves the way to fruitful
>business synergies and personal contacts.
>The projects are invited to compete in seven different categories: 
>Health & Quality of Life, New Economy, Education,  Public Services & 
>Democracy, Culture & Entertainment, Environment, Equal Access.
>Make sure your project makes an impact! Technology is not the issue here.  
>The single most important criterion is the benefit that your project can
>bring to individuals, society and the environment.
>Entries are accepted until February 29th, 2000. Then the jury of 25
>international experts will judge the projects and choose the winners and
>finalist in each category. All competing projects in the Challenge will be
>invited to participate in the Challenge Awards Ceremony in Stockholm in
>June 2000.
>What does it cost to participate in the Challenge? - The participation is
>It would be very exciting to have your projects among the competing,
>therefore I hope you will enter our web site at 
>and fill in the entry form as soon as possible.
>Richard Hayward
>VICNET Editor <>

Victoria Quinton

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