Web of Change 2009 ended last month and everyone we spoke to felt it was a great success. A group of 93 top-notch leaders and do-ers converged to learn, discuss and inquire into the roots of social change and technology and what it means to be leaders in this field. Over 5 days, the group shared stories, best practices and their passions and commitment to envision and create a better world. Hollyhock was abuzz with great conversations and heartfelt exchange.
Here are some of the reasons why: