This wonderful video is based on a retreat we held in the Fall of 2007 titled Invigorating Communities, Designing for Inclusion. The video was created by BAYCAT Studio, where Innovators Network member Villy Wang serves as the President and CEO. Enjoy!
Connect, Collaborate, Catalyze: The U.S.-Japan Innovators Network
August 25, 2009 by innovatorsnetwork
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