Learn about Open Source Economic Development and I-Open

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Fri, 07/08/2005 - 10:38.
07/12/2005 - 18:00

Thursday, July
7

Open source is a
disruptive technology. Today economic development is in the rip tide of
crumbling hierarchies and open source tsunami's.

We are moving
forward and this is how you can engage.

Join us for a meeting next Tuesday
to learn about the opportunities Open Source Economic Development brings to
Northeast Ohio.

OSED is one form of network
building that helps people, ideas, and initiatives to connect so they can learn
more and move faster.

Other regions are moving ahead
with Open Source Economic Development. The Charleston Digital Corridor hosts Fridays at
the Corridor
to build networks of collaboration.  Another successful model is Envision Central
Texas
.

Build your networks and
participate in Northeast Ohios emerging clusters of Brainpower, Quality,
Connected Places, Innovation and Marketing and Branding.

Date: Tuesday, July
12

Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00
PM

Free & Open to the
public

Place: Maple Heights Regional
Library

For information and a map, click
here.

Everyone is
welcome.

Get up to
speed. Learn about Open Source Economic Development and join the I-Open network
to stay informed. Click here.

Questions?
Comments?

Contact:

Betsey
Merkel, Network Development

The
Institute for Open Source Economic Development

4415
Euclid Ave., Suite 302

Cleveland,
OH 44103 USA

C:
216-246-2447

betseymerkel [at] aol [dot] com

OSED builds
networks for sustainable regional economies

 

I-Open

Location

Maple Heights Regional Library