Connected Commons 2019 Spring Summit: Talent Ecosystems and Collaborative Innovation

Wed, May 08 2019, 12:00 PM - Thu, May 09 2019, 4:00 PM [EST]

415 Main St., Cambridge, MA, 02142, United States


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Connected Commons Complimentary Member Pass - Days 1&2 Partial Approval - Free

1 Complimentary Member Pass per Connected Commons Member Organization

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Connected Commons Member Additional Pass - Days 1&2 Partial Approval - $600.00

Additional passes for Connected Commons member organizations

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Non-Member Pass - Days 1&2 (Invitation Only; Members Given Priority) Partial Approval - $850.00

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Event Information

Wed, May 08 2019, 12:00 PM - Thu, May 09 2019, 4:00 PM [EST]

About the Event

Our Spring Summit will be hosted from May 8-9th at the Broad Institute in Kendall Square, a global innovation ecosystem for science and technology. Join us for an insider's peek into a leading biomedical and genomic research center to learn about an emerging talent ecosystem that reflects the network centric nature of talent and innovation of the future. On Day 2, participants will deep dive into next generation network research.

Cancellation policy

A full refund will be provided if you cancel by April 19, 2019. If you cancel by April 24, 50% will be refunded. We will be unable to offer refunds for any cancellations after April 24, 2019. (Of course, if you're on the waitlist and we are unable to confirm a spot, we'll provide a full refund.)

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About the Organizer

The Connected Commons is a community of business, organizational and academic leaders who believe that in an interdependent world, networks are now the organizing paradigm of our social and work lives. We seek to develop network ideas that advance the performance and well-being of individuals, organizations, and society as a whole, by helping to build the capability to drive results. This Summit is co-managed by Connected Commons and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp)