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Tweetchat: 2011 Social Finance Forum: Investing in Good Deals
As the 2011 Social Finance Forum: Investing in Good Deals approaches, it would be great to engage with participants and the wider social finance community ahead of time to discuss what to look forward to. If you’re not already planning to attend,this conversation may change your mind!
Please join our TweetChat below, starting at 1:00 PM ET (10:00 AM PT). You can also participate through Twitter, using the hashtag #sff11. The conversation will be underway for an hour, covering the following agenda:
- Highlights of the event – who should come and why
- A special preview of progress report on the Task Force on Social Finance
- Highlighting some of the workshops that participants will be attending
- Talking about how to stimulate the online conversation during the event
We look forward to having a conversation about the Social Finance Forum and learning more about what visitors can expect – and are expecting. If you use LinkedIn, please ‘check in’ on our event page so that you can connect with other participants.
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