Now we are inviting YOU to weigh in on these ideas.
We are inviting you to be part of the 2012 ROI Summit Innovation Showcase. Help us determine which of the innovative ideas that were produced should be presented to a prestigious panel on the last day of the Summit. Please take a few minutes to follow the link and quickly log on to our ROI Community forum at Ideascale.
- Read the summaries of ideas produced by collaborations of three or more ROIers at the Summit;
- “Like” an idea to offer your voice toward moving it forward to become one of the three projects that will be presented to the expert panel tomorrow in Jerusalem. The panelists, including Yossi Vardi, NoaTishby, Yossi Abramowitz and Danna Azrieli, who sit on the pulse of a wide range of corporate and non-profit worlds, will offer their feedback and input on what they hear;
- On each idea, even the ones you don’t vote for, you can and should provide comments, suggestions, resources, offer of collaborations and any other thoughts you have to help the ideas grow; and
- Watch the top three most “liked” ideas be presented to the panel in Israel tomorrow.
You have just 24 hours to review the projects and to tell us which you like. The ROI Community is filled with the vast expertise of its members, and it is the amount of interest and input that you offer that creates a huge return for each of them, for the ROI network as a whole and ultimately for the global Jewish community.
When “liking” an idea, take into consideration innovation, feasibility, mission, values and reach. You only have until 1 am EST Thursday, June 14, so dive in! We promise it will be a fascinating view which will make you wish you were in Jerusalem at this very moment.
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