NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Co-Creation Forum, an organization for thought leadership and business development amongst co-creation professionals, has launched a private, moderated social network for qualified industry professionals to discuss and collaborate online. The new Co-Creation Forum network (www.cocreationforum.com) will provide members a new level of engagement and opportunity beyond offline networking events and webinars. The network will allow the formation of online networking and discussion groups along with the opportunity to co-create the content, agenda and general direction of the forum.
The network will provide a safe environment for members to:
- Create regional chapters & networking groups
- Join discussion groups around co-creation best practices
- Contribute news and announcements
- Private member-to-member messaging
- Co-Create and vote on webinars, networking events and more
All content will be private, and membership will be moderated to only allow qualified industry professionals to join. This creates an open and secure environment for discussion and business development.
"The nascent co-creation industry is widely spread across North America and the world, creating a need to reach each other in ways beyond offline events and webinars," said Francois Petavy, CEO of eYeka. "The Co-Creation Forum’s social network will provide the means for co-creators from around the world to exchange ideas and ultimately create business opportunities together in a safe environment.”
The Co-Creation Forum, which officially launched this past June, has grown rapidly to include executives from over 50 different companies worldwide.
About the Co-Creation Forum
The Co-Creation Forum is a North American based industry initiative that promotes best practices and stimulates thought-leadership among co-creation practitioners, communities and businesses. The Forum acts as a hub for news and events allowing the disparate parts of the community to teach, discuss, and create new business opportunities together. Founded in 2011, the forum includes thought leaders like Francis Gouillart and leading industry executives from eYeka, Promise Corporation, PRTM, Experience Co-Creation Practice, Knowledge Kinetics, Treehouse Logic, Gotham Inc. and more. The Co-Creation Forum is open to any qualified professional from all parts of the industry including companies, consultancies, end-users, analysts, pundits, and researchers.
To learn more, visit: http://cocreationforum.com
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