InfoSense Supporting Entrepreneurship in Charlotte By Attending Democratic National Convention Events
InfoSense is pleased to announce that we will be participating in three events centered on supporting the discussion of entrepreneurship at the DNC in Charlotte.
InfoSense will be part of the Legacy Village on Monday September 3rd where we will highlight the fundamental partnership between UNC-Charlotte, Charlotte Mecklenburg Utilities, and private enterprise in the development of our acoustic pipe inspection technology.
Secondly, InfoSense will be featured in the Charlotte Creates exhibit all week at Packard Place. Highlighting the creativity that went in to our solution for helping wastewater system operators reduce their sewer overflows using acoustic inspection. http://packardplace.us/charlottecreates/
Thirdly, InfoSense will be participating in the Huffington Post sponsored Entrepreneurship Expo at the Ritz Carlton on September 5th. HuffPo/StartUp Challenge Expo Charlotte 2012
We are excited to tell our story to the DNC attendees and to help foster the process of developing new technologies in other parts of the country.
Legacy Village – Monday September 3, 2012 The Charlotte in 2012 Convention Host Committee is a non-profit, non-partisan organization established by the city of Charlotte to fulfill obligations of the master contract with the Democratic National Convention Committee. In addition to those obligations, Charlotte in 2012 will host CarolinaFest 2012, a free family friendly Labor Day Celebration that will occur in Uptown Charlotte to kick off the convention. During CarolinaFest and the convention, the Legacy Village will highlight efforts by the community and our partners to support Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx’s convention legacy programs. The Legacy Village will be home to engaging exhibits and fun activities that will inspire festivalgoers to take steps to become involved in their communities and carry these legacies forward. The four convention legacy programs are; Healthy Children, Healthy Families; Youth Employment and Civic Education; Building a Broader, More Inclusive Economy; and Energy, Technology, and Sustainability. For more information, visit www.CarolinaFest2012.com.