After going through two years of N.E.mation, my blood is still pumping with adrenaline comes voting phase! All 10 finalists spent great amount of time, put in lots of effort, perseverance and determination into their work. And now its time for judges and you to decide who wins the trip to DreamWorks USA!
Having watched the 10 clips, I’ve to say the competition gets tougher each year! Its even worst for me to decide who to vote as I’ve seen all 10 teams put in all their best into the production. If I run the mint, I would let all 10 teams fly to DreamWorks! They all deserve it! (Dream on Claudia!)
Help decide who wins! Your votes matter! 50% of the total score is from public voting. And from last year’s experience, it can totally change the faith of the teams! Four ways to vote for your favorite clips this year. Oh! And you stand a chance to win prizes too if the clip you voted wins! Pick your favorite clips wisely ok!
Home – We Make or Break.
Vote for your favorite 3 animation clips for N.E.mation! 5 and stand a chance to win attractive prizes. Voting ends 6 Feb 2011.
The company I’m working at, 24seven, is working on the digital campaigns for N.E.mation! This post is not paid for and is posted on my own will. I simply love the competition too much! These students deserve our support lah!
Wow! What a mouthful and long title! Just like how one should do when one starts spinning off a business idea – be precise, have a call for action and set a plan on how to get it kicked off.
Participants stand to win up to US$60,000 in cash, prizes and business development opportunities. Overseas finalists will receive 5 night hotel stay in Singapore for 2 core team members. Apart from the top six teams, there will be an individualMost Promising Young Entrepreneur award. The best performing local team in the finals will also be eligible to tap into a S$100,000 HSBC Investment Grant to give life to their businessidea. This year’s competition is also supported by SPRING and Action Community forEntrepreneurship (ACE).
I laughed when I was told about this opportunity. Me? In SHAPE magazine? My perception of the magazine is where the slim, healthy and sunshine-type of women are featured. The monthly cover with perfect body female in bikini makes the pear-shaped body me feels motivated to want to slim off and be like the cover girl. After multiple attempts, many of us gave up. Some things are better left the way it is. Staying healthy is more important than having a to-die-for-figure. (Self-reassurance speaking)
The 3-page story, written by Esther, shares the story behind seven women whom SHAPE admires. I was labelled as the Entrepreneur, a young boss and one who embraces work-live balance. Well, all three relatively true in some ways. But I’ve to admit, it’s not 100% all the time, especially the work-life balance portion. In such hectic and fast paced reality, and still much in the infancy stage of the business, my team and I take every project we have very seriously and put in all we can to ensure it’s success. We are more than grateful if we can have a peaceful weekend to rest!
So, if you have not read the article about these seven women, go get yourself a copy. Might post up snapshot of my portion later in August.