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Register and invite your local leaders—city and county officials, school district administrators, board members, legislators, hospital administrators, etc.—to do the same. Join WiscNet and learn how community anchor institutions (schools, libraries, cities, counties, libraries, health care, and non-profit agencies) can use the framework of a Community Area Network (CAN) to build a consortium that focuses on the social, economic, and technological values of their constituents.

Smart(er) communities, rural and urban, collaborate and use collective resources to create a place for people of all ages to live, work, and thrive in 21st-century environments that require robust data and broadband connections. You'll hear about:

  • “Smart” communities 
  • Collaborative Leadership
  • Growing rural/urban economies
  • Making the most of limited budgets
  • Accelerating the implementation of new digital solutions

Listen, learn and share during this one-day event to connect agency and statewide leaders and make a difference for your community today and in the future. 


October 12, 2017

9:00-3:30 p.m.

Sentry World, Stevens Point, WI

Agenda

WiscNet is hosting a pre-event social hour at Mikey’s Bar & Grill in Plover, Wisconsin so you can grow your people network as well. WiscNet has Reserved a block of rooms at The Hampton Inn, Plover WI.

Click here to register.