Gathering brings innovators from across U.S. together for two-day conversation about innovation
The Business Innovation Factory's (BIF) third Collaborative Innovation Summit, an intense, energetic, story-based conversation between America's most engaging public and private sector innovators, will take place October 10 and 11, 2007, in Providence, Rhode Island.
Hosted by Wall Street Journal columnist Walt Mossberg and Mavericks at Work author Bill Taylor, the BIF-3 Summit boasts an impressive line-up of national innovation thinkers and doers. Storytellers include Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban; Studiocom chief creative officer Juan Fernando Santos; entrepreneur, investor and technologist Ellen Levy; founder of the gethuman project Paul English; Zipcar founder Robin Chase; MIT Age Lab director Joseph Coughlin; 37signals founder Jason Fried; Harvard Business School's Clay Christensen; former head of Knowledge Management for the BBC Euan Semple; former IBM VP for Technical Strategy and Innovation Irving Wladawsky-Berger; and information architect and author Richard Saul Wurman among others.
Storytellers and hosts attend the event without compensation, making this one of the most impassioned, lively, and honest conversations about innovation.