Network Weaving

Sunday, April 23, 2006

Entrepreneurs 4 Sustainability


E4S, one of the premier entrepreneurial learning communities in Ohio [if not nationally!], held their annual network building meeting at the Great Lakes Brewing Company this week. A diverse group of attendees -- suits to sandals -- heard great bootstrap stories, did speed-networking led by Grant Marquit, and heard June and Valdis talk about network weaving in other places. During the meeting, Holly Harlan -- founder of E4S, publicly closed some triangles. She introduced several people to each other, pointing out why introduction will be fruitful -- she is working at the top levels of Jack's Introduction Pyramid. Wonderful modeling, Holly!


Two E4S members examine how the dots are connected [and could be connected] on the entrepreneurial network maps...

2 Comments:

  • Wow. I never heard of Entrepreneurs 4 Sustainability. Definitely an organization I'll want to learn more about. Thanks!

    By Blogger SteveHabibRose, at 5/09/2006 8:25 PM  

  • People outside of Cleveland love E4S!

    Why are they not "rock stars" here? They are respected by many, but they should be lauded by all!

    http://makower.typepad.com/joel_makower/2006/10/when_it_comes_t.html

    By Blogger Valdis, at 10/21/2006 1:45 PM  

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