Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd, Malaysia’s largest web hosting provider, has launched its online cash prize video contest that is immediately opens for all Malaysians to take part.
As part of Exabytes’ ‘OnlineLah Tauke!’ campaign, the contest urges any Malaysian mobile user to create video (not more than 5 minutes) that creatively demonstrates the benefits of doing business online. Launched two months ago, “OnlineLah Tauke!” has made significant impacts in the Malaysia SME landscape as more and more entrepreneurs expressing their interests to have an online presence.
Chan Kee Siak, CEO and founder of Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd, shares that the objective of the contest is to encourage ‘traditional, offline’ businesses to break through to explore the wide range of new opportunities available by going online so as to be engaged in eCommerce.
“The submissions to Exabytes’s video contest should be meaningful and humorous, but yet focus on how websites, ecommerce platforms and social media are helping traditional business to grow online by highlighting its core benefits.”
Contestants are required to use only their mobile phones to shoot a video clip with a storyline that drives the awareness of “OnlineLah Tauke!”, upload it onto Youtube and finally to visit the “OnlineLah Tauke!” website to complete the participation form for a chance to win the cash prizes.
The contest is eligible for Malaysians or residents of Malaysia from all age groups. Its closing deadline is 30th July 2013. To find out more about the video contest, please visit http://exabytes.com.my/onlinelahtauke/contest/.
The winners shall be announced via the website and email by 25 August 2013 for the first prize@ RM 5,000, second prize@ RM 2,500, third prize @ RM 1,000 and a mystery prize that comes with RM 500 cash.
This video contest is another effort specially put together for video-making enthusiasts or ‘YouTubers’ to promote their creative works for a tangible reward.
“The contest is also a wakeup call for new Gen-Y and Gen-Z to explore the real possibility of them being business entrepreneurs in the digital world,” ends Chan.