Made by bodega: The Mapping Project
Thursday, October 8, 2009 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
Made by bodega:
The Mapping Project
Come meet your creative and entrepreneurial neighbors for a drink and be part of building an interactive map of the influential work going on in our borough.
Thursday, October 8th
303 Grand St. & Havemeyer
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Music by DJ Jubilee
Free beer generously provided by PBR
About The Mapping Project:
The Mapping Project is an initiative aimed at fostering community collaboration
between creatives, startups, and social entrepreneurs in order to bring their
ideas to fruition. Beginning with the thriving borough of Brooklyn, The Mapping
Project’s goal is to consider how geography and the proximity of an area’s
clustered residents can stimulate change through collaboration. bodega is gathering Brooklyn’s creative and entrepreneurial forces by hosting a cocktail party, to introduce them to one another, draw
awareness to the project, begin creating a platform for connecting
change-makers, and have them register for the project. The meet-up will collect the data needed to construct a digital interactive map of community members that will not only stand as a symbol of the growing
movement taking place, but serve as a resource for the community to continue business development.
bodega is made up of Kat Popiel, Joy Sian, and Indira Vaidy, a diverse collective of creative consultants aimed at developing socially responsible brands and communities through activating experiences and strategies.
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creative consultants developing socially responsible brands and communities