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Creating Conversations through the Love of Bicycles - The New Communicators

The New Communicators is a three-day series of events exploring the ways we communicate with each other.

Events are created by anyone and anyone can attend. It is an open forum for discussion, education and inspiration.

This year, let's explore the concept of Reciprocity.

Creating Conversations through the Love of Bicycles

Posted: October 15th, 2009 | Author: The New Communicators | Filed under: 2009 Events, Thursday, October 29 2009 | 3 Comments »

There are many people who love bicycles. But how many can take this love and turn it into a business? And once they’ve started their cycling-related business, how do they engage their audience, market and brand their company?

Join us for a conversation with a group of cyclists who are creating conversations through their love of bicycles… a panel of four cycling and communication experts will talk about why they’re doing what they’re doing, how they’re doing it, and what’s next for cycling as communication. The panel consists of:
Jonathan Maus, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of BikePortland (http://bikeportland.org/)
Slate Olson, General Manager of Rapha, North America (http://www.rapha.cc/)
Natalie Ramsland, Founder and Framebuilder of Sweetpea Bicycles (http://www.sweetpeabicycles.com/)
Heidi Swift, Newspaper Columnist, Freelance Writer, Photographer and Bike Racer (http://everydayathleteblog.com/)

David Lowe-Rogstad, Co-Founder of Substance (http://findsubstance.com) and former road racer (he’s back on the bike for Cross Crusade this year), will be moderating the panel.

Coinciding with Oregon Manifest (http://www.oregonmanifest.com/), this panel is an opportunity for framebuilders, cycling enthusiasts, and business owners of all sorts to learn how different companies are utilizing events, technology and stories to create conversations.

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  1. Wow! This seams like a great panel. Wish I could make it.

  2. Posted by brian palmer

    and some have the temerity to criticise the goings on in portland.

    why didn’t i think of this?

  3. Posted by Kronda

    All my favorite bike nerds in one spot. :)

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