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Upgrade your business

Upgrade your business, win amazing prizes and seek professional advice from top entrepreneurs all in one promo.
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“Microsoft celebrates creativity that helps transform lives and we constantly find ways to reward our customers by providing them with opportunities to enrich their knowledge and transform their businesses through the power of technology,” said Issa Aviles, Commercial Audience Marketing Manager, Microsoft Philippines. “The ‘Upgrade My Business: Celebrity Mentor Edition’ promo not only allows us to reward talented Filipino entrepreneurs but help enhance their skills in the process.”

 

Entries will be compiled and judged within ten  days after the promo period. Winning entries will be judged according to substance (50 percent), writing style, composition and organization (40 percent) and adherence to guidelines (10 percent). Awarding will take place on March 22, 2013.

 

Winners will receive the following awesome prizes:

  • Not for Sale (NFR) copy of the New Microsoft Office
  • Windows 8 Device
  • Globe Tattoo Plan 999 (1-year subscription)
  • Tips and Tricks Session with Employees (to be scheduled)
  • Mentorship from Celebrity Entrepreneur

 

“Information Technology is the great equalizer for start-ups and small business. With the right applications, a small business and even a social enterprise can compete and excel in a very competitive market,” said Bam Aquino. “Through the years, I\\\'ve used Microsoft products to the advantage of our organization -- from financial spreadsheets in Excel to comprehensive presentations in PowerPoint.  For small businesses to grow, you need the right development and Negosyo partners.” Learn more about “Upgrade My Business: Celebrity Mentor Edition” by visiting www.itworks.ph.


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