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April is turning out to be a great month for Entrepreneur Commons, and 
we have more good news to share:
- launch of 2 new chapters in San Francisco
- partnership with Tetuan Valley in Madrid
- a chapter in Scotland for Summer 2010

San Francisco @ PariSoma chapter launch on 4/26/10

PariSoma and Entrepreneur Commons are happy to announce the launch of a new Entrepreneur Commons chapter in San Francisco on April 26th, 2010.  This meeting will start promptly at 8:30am. 

LOCATION: PariSoma - 1436 Howard St - San Francisco CA 94103
WHEN: 4/26/2010 at 8:30am
PURPOSE: Come and meet other entrepreneurs to network, learn from their experiences, and share yours. 

For more info, or to register please click here

San Francisco @ City National Bank chapter launch on 4/28/10

City National Bank and Entrepreneur Commons are happy to announce the launch of a new Entrepreneur Commons chapter in San Francisco on April 28th, 2010.  This meeting will start promptly at 8:30am. 

LOCATION: City National Bank - 150 California St - San Francisco CA 94111
WHEN: 4/28/2010 at 8:30am
PURPOSE: Come and meet other entrepreneurs to network, learn from their experiences, and share yours. 

For more info, or to register, please click here

Entrepreneur Commons in Madrid

Our friends at Tetuan Valley are helping entrepreneurs through a 6 weeks startup school program. And they are implementing a peer-support program to help them beyond the initial kick off phase. Tetuan Valley is partnering with Entrepreneur Commons so that these entrepreneurs can benefit from the access to our larger network. A big welcome to our new members from Madrid.

To learn more about Tetuan Valley, click here

Entrepreneur Commons in Scotland

A new chapter is in preparation in Scotland for summer 2010, to foster a local entrepreneurial network capable of promoting new business and economic models that leverage:
  • participatory culture
  • sustainability
  • socio-economic change
  • knowledge sharing
  • resources pooling
  • .....more?
To learn more about this new chapter, check the chapter's webpage here