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400 websites register for Armnet Awards 2011 - PanARMENIAN.Net
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400 websites register for Armnet Awards 2011

400 websites register for Armnet Awards 2011

PanARMENIAN.Net - Two days are left until November 27, deadline of Armnet Awards 2011 website registration.

As project coordinator Zhirayr Terzyan told journalists, about 400 sites have already registered to participate in the event.

To be admitted for Armnet Awards participation, a website should comply with at least 2 requirements out of 3: competitiveness in Armenian market; presenting culture, history and problems of Armenians in homeland and Diaspora and third, design by companies registered in Armenia.

ArmNet 2011 events series kick off on December 3.

Armnet Awards 2011 will feature 8 nominations: Design and Usability, Innovation, Technological Development, Content , Breakthrough of the Year, Grand Prix, People’s Choice.

Jury of 12 members will select the best projects; the winner of People’s Choice nomination will be selected by SMS voting.

Jury includes Begun Commercial Director Dmitri Danilenko, Stanislav Vidyaev representing Google, Vladimir Isaev from Opera Software, Vardan Papikyan from NeoMedia, designer Ara Aslanyan, APMA founder Albert Poghosyan, information security specialist Samvel Martirosyan, Thomas Kohler from France Telecom, Yaroslav Greshilov from Artviko, YSU professor Grigor Vahanyan, UITE President Karen Vardanyan and Hayland.am project leader Artashes Mkrtchyan.

Armnet serves the purpose of promoting web environment in Armenia.

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