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:

SteveHabibRose said...

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

Valdis said...

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