Brian M O’Curran October 8 2010 05:32:42 PMThe Service Jam is an online event that will engage non-profit organizations, corporations, academic institutions, and government agencies in a discussion on how social innovation can help solve our world’s largest problems.
By bringing together prominent leaders, professionals, and passionate individuals, the Jam aims to generate breakthrough ideas that will redefine service and social innovation. Through IBM’s Jam technology, participants can collaborate virtually and have the flexibility to log into the Jam from anywhere in the world at anytime most convenient to them during the three day event.
Just two more days until Service Jam! Starting Oct 10
When: Oct 10, starting at 10:00 am through Oct 12 midnight (US ET)
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Where: Virtual - participate at anytime from anywhere in the world, it's free!
If you haven't registered yet, reserve your ‘virtual seat’ today! Register Now.
Check out the list of Global Leaders attending this dialogue! Visit www.ibm.com/servicejam
Service Jam is a unique opportunity for you to connect with prominent leaders and network with other professionals in the social sector. In addition to Sam Palmisano, an impressive list of thought leaders who will be jamming with us, includes: George H.W. Bush, 41st President of the U.S.; Ray Chambers, UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Malaria; Patrick Corvington, CEO Corporation for National & Community Service.
Service Jam is a unique opportunity for you to connect with prominent leaders and communities in the social sector. This virtual event provides a platform for you to share your experiences, voice opinions and gather new ideas and techniques for your service related activities. This is your opportunity to engage in a global conversation on solving some of the world's toughest challenges!
Got Questions? Visit www.ibm.com/servicejam for more Host updates, answers to frequently asked questions, a tutorial on how to jam and more! You can also write to email@example.com
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