We’ve got tickets to Enterprise 2.0 Summit in Paris. Want one?

Jan 23, 2012
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February’s just around the corner, and so’s the Enterprise 2.0 Summit! The Rude Baguette got some tickets, but we don’t want to go alone – so we’re taking one of YOU with us! For those who haven’t heard of it before, The Enterprise 2.0 Summit brings Technorati, Web 2.0 enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, CxOs, and academics to discuss how the newest trends and innovations affect the corporate world.

This year’s event touches on integrating “Social” into your business – workshops will be discussing everything from community management to improving the social atmosphere of an office, and big name international companies will be there looking to improve their company “Socially.” Among the speakers during the two day conference will be the Community Manager’s of companies like Deutsche Bank, LaFarge, Allianz, AXA, and every other French CAC 40 company – a good place for startups to build a client relationship.

What you really wanted to hear: “So how do I win the TICKET?”

So, we’ve only got one ticket to give away, and we want it to be fair…but I’ve been informed that there are legal proceedings that go along with announcing a ‘random drawing’ (next you’re going to tell me I can get sued for what people comment on my blog – ha ha?), So we just decided to do it the second most fair way: we’ll pick whoever we think the Rudest of our #RudeReaders are! So here’s what you’ve got to do:

  1. If you’re not already, follow us on twitter and like us on facebook, so we can contact you if you win!
  2. Tweet/Post to Facebook, both mentioning us and including the hashtag #RudeReader letting us know why you should go to Enterprise 2.0 Summit in Paris
Don’t have Facebook OR Twitter? We’ll also be checking the comments below for super RudeReaders, so get RUDE below!

We will be using strictly biased judgment (not random at all), but points will definitely go to being #rude, linking to the article, and originality – Oh and we’ll be retweeting the best of ’em as we see fit.