A Holistic Approach to Connecting People and Strategies Now and For the Future
Mark your calendar and give a “shout out” to your local leaders—city and county officials, school district administrators, board members, legislators, hospital administrators, etc.—to do the same. WiscNet is hosting a fall forum to 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. We'll focus on topics such as:
- “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 in your community today and in the future.
October 12, 2017
Sentry World, Stevens Point, WI
We are also hosting a pre-event social hour at Mikey’s Bar & Grill in Plover, Wisconsin so you can grow your people network as well. A block of rooms is available at The Hampton Inn, Plover, WI. You have until September 11th to Reserve under this block.