2018 Big Table: Technology Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The Big Table provides an opportunity for central Ohio residents from all walks of life to attend conversations to build a strong and connected community.

At Buckeye Interactive, we understand that technology advancements are impacting our community. With this in mind, join our founder, Brad Griffith, as he hosts this important conversation surrounding tech innovation, entrepreneurship, and actionable steps we can take to strengthen our community. #TheBigTable

Buckeye Interactive Event Details

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Can’t make it to our Big Table event at Buckeye? Not a problem. In fact, we have another opportunity at the New Albany Library!

As hubs of learning, sharing, and exploring our libraries are the perfect space to talk about ways to build a stronger community. Because of that, we are grateful to partner with organizations that live and breath community the way they do. So join us to have an open discussion about “building understanding, spreading kindness, and sharing ways to positively impact the community we create together” (we couldn’t have said it better Kelley Griesmer, Senior Vice President, the Columbus Foundation).

Columbus Metropolitan Library – New Albany Branch Event Details

  • This is a FREE event, but space is limited, so please register below
  • Location: Columbus Metropolitan Library – New Albany Branch – 200 Market Street, New Albany, OH 43054
  • Time: 1 – 2pm
  • Parking: Parking Lot on site

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About The Big Table

The Columbus Foundation has catalyzed thousands of central Ohio residents to connect, talk, listen, learn, and be inspired at The Big Table. First launched in 2016, The Big Table provides an opportunity for central Ohio residents from all walks of life to host or attend conversations to build a strong and connected community.

“Every voice has value. The Columbus area is at its best when we discuss the issues that connect us as residents and as a region,” said Foundation President and CEO Douglas F. Kridler. “Through thoughtful dialogue and commitment to our community, we can work to strengthen central Ohio together.”

All things considered, The Big Table is a day of community building through conversations designed to strengthen and connect Columbus. Through open, thoughtful conversations we will spark new relationships and new ways of working together.