Posts Tagged: Raleigh

GovLoop Community Manager Andy Krzmarzick joins CityCamp Raleigh on Friday, June 1

That’s right, you heard it here first. GovLoop’s very own Andy Krzmarzick will be dropping some open government knowledge in Raleigh, NC when he joins the Government Perspective panel at CityCamp Raleigh this week. Let’s see what else is in store… Here’s a peak at the agenda for Friday, June 1. Lunch will be provided… Read more »

CityCamp Raleigh Announces Second annual CityCamp to foster local government and citizen collaboration

Citizen-led “unconference” brings innovation and cooperation to the capital city June 1, 2, and 3, 2012. Raleigh, NC—CityCamp Raleigh announced the second annual, city-focused “unconference” that unites government, business, neighborhood, non-profit, and academic communities to create next-generation solutions for Raleigh. The event highlights the power of participation, promotes open source in local government and explores… Read more »

Open source develops the future of downtown Raleigh

Originally published on opensource.com. Can you revitalize a city and attract businesses using open source principles? David Diaz, president and CEO of the Downtown Raleigh Alliance thinks so. In fact, I got a chance to sit down with David to discuss how economic development organizations are interacting with their local and state government, citizens, businesses,… Read more »