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article image'Open 100', the competition for the most open company

By Maciej Lewandowski     Dec 4, 2009 in Business
The Open Business in association with Nesta and the Guardian, launched the 'Open 100' competition to find the world's best open innovators and to celebrate the power of openness and mass collaboration.
From Dec. 4, the public can nominate a company to the competition via online form at the OpenBusiness website.
The entries are divided into five categories: Open Innovation, Open Source Software, Open Business, Co-Creation and Crowdsourcing.
Anybody from the public can nominate one or more companies. The detailed rules for the nominations are available here.
The nominations will be closed on Feb. 12, 2010 and the judges will choose twenty top organisations from each category and will decide on a winner per category.
The winners will be announced on Feb. 24, at ‘Open 4 Business’ conference at Nesta.
Among the nominated companies so far are, inter alia, Adobe, Amazon, Apache, Linux, Mozilla, and Wikipedia.
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