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Monday, September 19, 2016

Media Advisory: Mayor Eisenberger in Eindhoven, Netherlands for 2016 Global Forum/Shaping the Future Conference

September 19, 2016, Hamilton, ON – As part of the Intelligent Community Forum Canada delegation, Mayor Eisenberger is attending the 25th edition of the Global Forum -Shaping the Future – International think-thank on the digital future, in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

A result of the Mayor’s Intelligent Community Task Force that was established this past March to explore and address how the City of Hamilton builds an Intelligent Community, attending the forum provides an opportunity to gain further information on the digitalization of our city.

“We need to address the digital divide and the need for harnessing the digital world to create jobs, connect our citizens and provide access for all,” said Mayor Eisenberger.

The Global Forum, created in 1992, brings together more than 300 participants from around the world. They provide an arena for dissemination and exchanges of ideas, and opportunity for developing innovative solutions and partnerships in building a more connected city and a more intelligent community.

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