Shop Local Raleigh’s (SLR) Business to Business (B2B) committee meets the first Thursday of every month. One of the recent topics of discussion was Frank Harmon’s op-ed article sent to the News & Observer about the lack of innovative design in Raleigh.
SLR’s B2B committee has reached out to Frank Harmon in reference to his statement: “Raleigh’s planning department, City Council, developers, architects and builders must begin to consider housing patterns that enhance our daily lives, give back to our city and bring a sense of permanence and quality to our collective future” to find out how the local business community can have an impact on just that- How are we working to enhance our daily lives, give back to our city and bring a sense of permanence and quality to our collective?
We would like to invite you to hear from Frank Harmon himself on June 4th for a discussion and question/answer session on how innovation starts with us.
Space is limited so RSVP today!
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Click here for Frank Harmon’s full article: http://www.newsobserver.com/opinion/op-ed/article20046123.html