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CP12 how can hubs in 50 future capitals help change 2010s

Collaborarion Partner typology CP12 Entrepreneurial Revolution Netizen- : hubs started up out of london about 2003; - its worth browsing what kind of  person sustained this level of interpersonal connectivity -  the-hub is one of the netizen world's best dynamics for open source entrepreneurship  to have grown in  7 year period; the hubs have become one of the places that people like muhammad yunus and hans reitz like being at in eastern europe, it is possible for someone like yunus to teleconference his social actions out of any hub to all hubs, and they are a space that everyone who collboratively assembles round yunus out of scotland would like to mutually support (hopefully similar remark can go for 50000 job-creating microentrepreneur youth in paris linked through CP11 )  

Early wave of hub future capitals includes london joburg madrid bay area mumbai stockholm ...

example Bay re hub network includes:

Aaron Schwartz, Refill Revolution Adam Arthur Bier, Bier Legal Alan Wells, Haku Wale Alana Lea, Rainforest Eco Alex Sasayama, NeighborWorks America Alexa Gregory, Collective Invention Inc. Alexandra Bernadotte, CollegeSUCCESS Amanda MacLean, Imagine The Power Amanda West, Amanda’s Restaurant Amira Diamond, Women’s Earth Alliance Amy Barr, A2B Strategy Amy Wilson, Ashoka’s Youth Venture SF Bay Area Andree Sosler, Darfur Stoves Project Annie Burke, Snapshots Consulting Anthony Radspieler, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory April Newman, West Coast Village Capital Ben Rattray, Betsy Burroughs, FocusCatalyst Betsy Crouch, Luminosity Bill Washburn, Berkeley Mobile

International Collaborative Bonny Meyer, Meyer Family Enterprises Brad Michaels, SociaLab Brad Presner, Acumen Fund Brett Beach, Mad_casse Britt Bravo, Big Vision Consulting Caelan Urquhart, UoP Global Center for Social Entrepreneurs Casey Wilson, Wokai Chelsa Bocci, Kiva China Brotsky, Tides Chris Roberts, Trade Expressions Christine Lee, Skorman Productions Christine Sculati, Christine Sculati Consulting Chuck Soper, Vela Design Group Clark Kellogg, Collective Invention Inc. Claudia Welss, NextNow CSR Wire Cynthia La Grou, Compathos Foundation Dana Harvey, Mandela MarketPlace Daniel Heath, Giant Rabbit David Adams, CauseShare David Hodgson, Dayle Smith, University of San Francisco

Deb Parsons, Investors’ Circle Deborah Cullinan, Intersection for the Arts Deborah Hirsh, B Lab Doug Vanisky, DVisMe Douglass Dixon, Already Working Eddy Hueso, Sarkey Technology Edouard Rollet, Alter Eco Elizabeth Doty, WorkLore Emily Eisenhart, Handful of Salt Erika Gregory, Collective Invention Inc Gary Malkin, Wisdom of the World, Inc. Geoff Schwarten, Substance Integrated Marketing George Scharffenberger, UC Berkeley Greg Steltenpohl, Adina Guayaki Heng Ou, Turiya Importers Ian Scanlan, Turiya Importers Icestone Jailan Adly, Rising Sun Energy Janelle Orsi, Law Office Jason Barbose, Better World Group Jason Young, Zindagi, LLC Jay Parkhill, Virtual Law Partners Jeff Perlstein, Grantmakers in Film &

Electronic Media Jeffrey Wescott, Munificent LLC Jen Boyton, Triple Pundit Jennifer Biringer, Sustainability Jennifer Nice, Good Capital Jennifer Pahlka, Code for America Jennine Cohen, Active Travel Consulting Jenny Kassan, Katovich Law Group Jim Fruchterman, Benetech Jim Ware, Work Design Collaborative Jocelyn Wyatt, IDEO Jody Turner, Culture of Future John Kelly, Interactive Scenarios Jonathan Harrison, Rubicon National Jose Rivera, Level Playing Field Institute Joy Mackay, MacKay Creative Web Solutions Jules Kragen, Food Forward Julie Holaday, Place Partners Juliet Lamont, Creekcats Environmental Partners Kari Saratovsky, The Case Foundation Karyn Barsa, Coyuchi Katie Drasser, Criterion Ventures

Katy Cryer, Square One Yoga Kaytea Petro, Neighborhood Fruit Keith Agoada, Sky Vegetables Kelli Peterson, Cheskin Consulting Kevin Braithwaite, RootSpace Kevin Casey, New Avenue Kevin Jones, Good Capital Kevin Starr, Mulago Foundation Kevin Sweeney, Transforming Business Kristin Hull, North Oakland Community Charter School Kristine Maltrud, ArtSpark Laura Peck, Claros Group Lauren Augusta, MESA Program Lili Stiefel, Stiefel Family Foundation Linda Jenkinson, WOW Linda Sills, Global Issues Network Lloyd Nimetz, Blitz Bazaar Lorna Lambert, Coyuchi Maggie Vashel, Localicious Marc Dangeard, Entrepreneur Commons Marie Beichert, Marisr Lamagna, East Bay Green Tours Mark Batson

Baril, Riverstone Resolutions, LLC Matt Bauer, Better World Telecom Matt Flannery, Kiva Matt Werner, Global Micro-Clinic Project Megan Amaral, Besider Melanie Cheng, Farms Reach Michael Moss, globescan Michael Straus, Straus Communications Michel Gelobter, Cooler, Inc. Mike Del Ponte, Sparkseed Mike Liquori, TerraNovus Training Nancy Roberts, The Idea Hive Natalia Castaneda, Leadership Learning Community Nathaniel Whittemore, Assetmap Ned Schaub, Mission Wise Nicole-Anne Boyer, Adaptive Edge Nikki Pava, EcoTuesday Otto Williams, Otto Williams LLC Patrice O’Neill, The Working Group/Not In Our Town Patrick Gleeson, Meyer Family Enterprises Penelope Douglas, Pacific Community Ventures

Pete Davies, Terrapass Pi Wen Looi, Novacrea Research Consulting Plyboo Premal Shah, Kiva Rafael Eugenio, ItsLikeCash Rahmin Sarabi, Raines Cohen, Cohousing Coach Regina Connell, Saltcellar Productions Rick Moss, Sun Microsystems Rick Randel, Katovich Law Group Rose Penelope Yee, Cathedral Financial Group, Inc. Ryan Mickle, Companiesandme Sabrina Klein, Creative Education Consulting Santiago Halty, Senda Sara Olsen, SVT Group Sarah Alvarez, Ideamrkt Scott Smith, Hanson Bridgett Sean Foote, Labrador Ventures Sean Kline, Reach Global Sharon Hay Mueller, Spa Dog Botanicals Stacie Shepp, Earthsite Stephen Lee, AIDG Steven Chin, Native Treks Sundeep Ahuja, The Extraordinaries Susan Hollingshead, B Lab Susan Mernit, Oakland Local Talis Apud, Feel Good World Teresa Kong, janga Terry Mandel, Terry Patten, Softlanding Enterprises, LLC Tiffany Picard, T Picard Consulting Tim Freundlich, Calvert Foundation Transfair Valerie Casey, Designers Accord Vinny Lingham, Yola Vladislav Davidson, Common Circle Education Wes Selke, Good Capital Zachary Berke, Exygy Web Applications New_Hub_Bay_Area_Brochure.pdf 

entrepreneur is the keyword my dad (family foundation : norman macrae 1 2) branded his investigative journalism during 40 years at The Economist, as he optimistically quipped: since the french for "between take" refers to cutting off royalty's heads to transfer assets they were monoplosing back to the liberte egalite fraterinte - and so productivity of peoples - its the one word that "the disgraceful political chicanery of macroeconomists - our 1984 futures book was on how to prevent global being run by such power freaks) can never obscure the original meaning of without making ever bigger fools of themselvesl


with President Obama taking  personal interest in branding entrepreneur (so youth can trade peace and vital needs solutions across 60 countries) as seen by the inaugural annual presidential summit of entrepreneurship spring 2010, founders of Hub like Jonatham Robinson and HIve like paris-based Charlotte Hochmann are being involved in White House action-tanks (yunus speak for going beyond think tanks in our netgen search to multiply goodwill and end poverty sans frontieres)   

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Hub Correspondent Leslie Williams

Champion of Africa’s emerging hubs –based Joburg, S Africa

With 7 person leadership team aims to have mature Joburg hub ready in time for spring 2011 skoll world social entrepreneur championships –hopes eventually have city-village hub dynamic similar to Mexico’s village integrated hub at Oaxaca

Pan-Africa confederates
Kenya interested in both city & village hub
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