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The Next Web awards are back again to celebrate Europe’s startups: In collaboration with Techcrunch UK & France, Loogic & The Next Web Blog, The Next Web Conference will be organizing these awards for the second time. Vote for the most Entertaining site; Best Company & social site; Most influential Web Celebrity and Weblog; Rookie of the year and best On-stage Start-up at The Next Web Conference. Should be fun, especially as it’s run by those crazy guys in white suits you see at conferences. Very Amsterdam.

  • http://2008.thenextweb.org Patrick

    Hi Mike,

    Looking forward seeing you in Amsterdam. I hope a lot of UK startups will be nominated. Last year we had 85.000 votes and already quite a success.

    Hey and we’re not that crazy :) http://flickr.com/photos/thenextweb/sets/72157600201765353/

    Check out more about the awards on:
    http://thenextweb.org/2008/02/27/lets-award-our-european-technology-heroes/

  • http://blog.newscred.com shafqat

    Very Amsterdam indeed. Looking forward to seeing Europe’s very best represented. There no reason why UK and European startups can’t kick ass as well! Good luck to all.

  • http://digitalbiographer.com David Petherick

    The next web conference is going to rock – and I see they have the guys from Diggnation doing their show from the conference too – first time in mainland Europe.

    I am definitely there – hope to see a few more Brits coming along too. See http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/381140/ for the rollcall so far.

  • Mike Butcher

    Actually the first Diggnation show in Europe was in London last year. OK, yes, not strictly ‘mainland’…

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