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November 19, 2010
Where do the smart grid, sustainable communities intersect? Find out for your business at Innovate 2010.
Sacramento is one of the nation's leaders in green technology and innovation, clean technology application and sustainable community strategy. Where these sectors converge will be explored at a new Metro Chamber forum, Innovate.
Attend to discover how your business is connected and how the Sacramento region is uniquely positioned to leverage this convergence of industries to create jobs, advance sustainability, and create an economic competitive advantage.
Featured speakers are Professor Andrew Hargadon, faculty director, UC Davis Center for Entrepreneurship and Jonathan Spalter, chairman, Mobile Futures.
A panel on the "Business Case for Quality of Life—Health, Education, Housing and More" will include Chris Waugh, consumer design leader for IDEO; Sandy Kirschenmann, vice chancellor for resource planning with the Los Rios Community College District; Randall Lewis, sustainable communities expert for the Lewis Group of Companies and Mark Wilhelm of GE.