Using free and publicly available data, give everyone who needs it a chance to leverage the data in an open source format. Put the data in a usable searchable format, with analytics for the masses.
Topics for ICT breakout sessions
Youv'e got a very active FB page, and that's great, but how do I get them to my website to purchase.
Investing in mutual funds in a prudent manner to get returns while lazy money is waiting for a use. 3 day turnaround on getting a ACH back to your bank account
Using for promotion to grow your audience of followers.
I'd like to gather a network of people who want to build something like this (or complement an existing organization's capacity to do this).
"Jackie Gonzalez gives us a tour of the Flagship Computer Clubhouse. (To find out more about Computer Clubhouses, see this week's LCL reading and visit http://computerclubhouse.org"
Can we ensure that when we build our incubators and innovation labs; that they are packed full of talented people? I propose we build a non-profit foundation for STEAM Excellence; a go-to resource for local after-school and summer-school educational programs. Partner with Boys&Girls Club, YMCA, TRIO, etc. The STEAM projects will be designed around real life entrepreneurial models – opening pathways to apply what you've ...more »
Should we conduct a local "Skills Survey"? How do we know what web development skills our community has? Perhaps this will demonstrate the need for a training company to enrich our talents.
Different options available when considering financing or refinancing your business.
Get Dom to talk about the Make movement, what it is, makers in the area, and how they can meet other makers through MakeICT.
Let's have a a special session for all of those attending who have talent, expertise, and interest in various fields. We will put our heads together to create ideas for launching a new business. Everyone who has a business idea or who would like to work for a start-up should attend.
The mega-successful entrepreneur does NOT build their business alone (statistically proven). What self assessment needs to take place that creates enough awareness of an individual would-be entrepreneur's voids that will move the non-starter to begin the search for a team? How do we create the conducive network to allow teaming in the establishment phase of a start-up enterprise?
Entrepreneurs need a space to meet, collaborate, network, develop and work on their business ideas in an environment that encourages and accelerates the process.
What/where is the ideal location for this space?
Is there enough interest to get this type of space started within our community?