Connect India Now
With over 1.2 billion people and the world’s largest democracy, there is an unprecedented opportunity to make India a role model for how to network organizations of all kinds so they can work together to achieve greater economic, political and social development.
To achieve this, Cspace has created “Connect India Now”, a multi-year campaign to provide key cities, villages, schools, charitable organizations and businesses across India with FREE interactive, integrated and interconnected websites via the Cspace platform.
Connect India Now will be a ground-breaking demonstration of how a developing nation can connect, communicate and collaborate internally between stakeholders and externally with global partners.
Starting in November, 2013, direct meetings between Cspace and Indian governmental, business, nonprofit and educational leaders are occuring to achieve:
1) Selection of key governmental agencies and business associations as “Official Partners” to help promote network CSR partnerships between Indian and global companies and Indian cities, villages, schools, NGO’s and cultural institutions.
2) Participation by leading Indian and global business entities as “Official Sponsors” to fund user website creation, hosting and campaign promotions.
3) Public launch in 2015 to include viral marketing and broad-based public relations campaigns to encourage organizations across India to launch free websites on the network to help “build a better India by working together”.
4) Participation by all companies doing business in India as “Founding Members” by “adopting” charitable organizations and schools to assist them with website launches and yearlong use as part of their “Corporate Social Responsibility” or “CSR” activities.
We are currently in the "pre-launch" phase of the campaign... getting support from key leaders and organizations on both sides of the globe. If you'd like to be part of this historic initiative, please connect to us and invite others to connect, as well. Keith Zendler is returning to India March 3rd, 2015 and things are moving quickly. Stay tuned for lots of exciting updates!
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