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Our friends at Webit have made given out some more news in advance of their big event which takes place in October.


20 days before the ending of the "Webit-Most Influential People Online" campaign, more than 1300 people from 77 countries are trying to gain the prestigious award.

The five most influential representatives from the online communities from 77 countries will gain special awards – free access to one of the premier international digital industry's events, that for third year in a roll will take place in Bulgaria - Webit Congress. The most influential person will receive VIP pass to Webit Congress 2011, flight ticket to Sofia and back and recognition by the Webit society and media.

"This year Webit Influence is a lot bigger and wider project that covers almost the entire world", said the Chairman of the Board of e-Academy and Honorary Webit Ambassador, Plamen Russev. "At this stage, the leader by ranking is Italy, followed by Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Macedonia, Greece, United Kingdom, Netherlands, USA, and the tenth place is for Switzerland.

More details regarding the project and the ranking you will find on . The project is part of a campaign, dedicated to the promotion of the online markets and revealing of influential people and professionals from the online communities", added Mr. Russev.


It's all here. The current UK delegation has someone called Captain Chlamydia, so perhaps our fellow Brits can do some work here...


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