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Innovate with MoHo !

Original post made by Marion, another community, on May 19, 2008

An innovative project taking place in and around Palo Alto...
A ‘chaotic house’ in California organized and nurtured by an international team of students and professionals from worldwide leading institutions Stanford, ESSEC Business School, Centrale Paris, Strate College and an experimented professional facilitation team from June 1st to June 8th.

To innovate together on key subjects addressing relevant and current global issues under the facilitation team’s assistance.

If you want to know more about it, come on our website : www.le-moho.com !

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