Question: What do presidential debates, the interests of SDN and BPX community members and TechEd Keynotes have in common?
Answer: Community Video Questions!
Where will your video questions be viewed? Onstage during the SAP TechEd ‘07 Keynote
What will be projected on the screen? You and your short (30 seconds max) video question to SAP Executives
How do you participate? By submitting your questions in video format to a specially created Ask an SAP Exec channel. Remember to state clearly: your name, company, and who the question is for (ie. Henning, Klaus, or Zia)
When can you submit your video? Now until October 14, 2007
*updated for Munich
We know that our SAP Community Network has very passionate members. Some see video as the potential for equal opportunity expression: vox populi. That’s the thinking in opening up a channel for asking questions to SAP Executives at TechEd.
We are challenging you to create a short video of up to 30 seconds duration where you pose a question that you are interested in having TechEd keynote speakers, Henning Kagermann, Klaus Kreplin and Zia Yusuf, answer, live on stage in Munich to an audience of around 5,000 SAP TechEd ’07 participants.
Back three months ago in July, the US Democratic presidential debate incorporated video questions from YouTube.com members and changed the face of the debate. Suddenly, it wasn’t about a “one-directional drop your comments here” approach anymore. It was about creating conversation.
Our community knows all about dialogue. The SAP Ecosystem is comprised of customers, partners and employees. Being a part of that ecology means participation.
So grab your webcam or video camera (or a neighbor’s, relative’s or friend’s): be creative, entertaining, provocative, probing and brief. Ask your questions. Make your points. And be part of the conversation.
The three most interesting submissions will be selected for SAP Executives to answer, live onstage!
Head on over to the Ask an SAP Exec channel and make your voice heard.
Questions? New to working with our TV channels? At your service: email@example.com