This afternoon, I’ll be live-tweeting a Richard Florida webcast as a part of HP’s "Input | Output" series. Florida is the author of ‘The Rise of the Creative Class,’ an international best-seller that discusses how creatives—like designers, education professionals and musicians—are rising in relevance in this "new normal" economy. In particular, creatives possess problem-solving techniques that can inspire business leaders in any industry.
The Richard Florida webcast is called ‘How the Creative Class is Affecting the Way Businesses Think’ and takes place this afternoon at 2 PM Eastern Time. You can follow my tweets of the Richard Florida webcast at @trendhunter_eds and if you have a question that you’d like Florida to answer, feel free to leave it in the comments below or send us a tweet.
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