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Two days until 2010 Channel Awards deadline

Still time to submit your nomination before 18th February cut-off date

Two days until 2010 Channel Awards deadline
You could be a winner in this year’s Channel Middle East Awards…just make sure you get your nomination to us by 18th February.

The deadline for entering the 2010 Channel Middle East Awards is approaching fast so make sure you submit your nomination on time to avoid missing out.

All entries must be received by Thursday 18th February to be eligible for this year's Channel Awards, which will take place in front of an audience of senior Middle East channel executives in Dubai at the end of March.

Entering the Channel Middle East Awards is a straightforward process so if you haven't even started your entry yet, don't worry, there is still enough time!

The Channel Awards are open to all tiers of the channel community, including vendors, distributors, resellers, systems integrators and retailers, so if you fall into any of the above categories then you could be a winner this year!

To enter the awards, simply go to the Channel Awards website and download an official nomination form. There is also a guide to the sort of information you need to include in your entry under the ‘nomination process' heading at the top of the website.

The awards website can be accessed at: www.itp.net/events/channelmeawards

Remember, you've got to be in it to win it, so get working on your nomination now!

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