The Hub

The Hub

RSVP online here.

The Hub is the nerve center for the interactive culture of Critical Mass, where new ideas come to life over shared trail mix, collaborations grow from discussions of a simple poster, and strategies for overcoming the most challenging barriers are brainstormed in lounge chairs.

Every attendee is invited and encouraged to create a display to share your successes, new ventures, innovative plans, and tried and true programs. Use this 4×4 space for a poster of services or programs, pin a pocket for flyers or any other materials you would like to share.

Do not miss your opportunity to have a poster display in this networking space.
 RSVP to hold your spot when you register.

The Hub will include:

    • Poster displays from every organization represented at the meeting
    • Exhibits from our sponsors
    • Tables for working and chairs for chatting

Express creativity on your display board with posters, pix, or pockets with take-aways. Hub displays can describe your program, focus on a specific service, raise questions, and invite collaborations.

Have a new program you’re developing or an idea you want to share? The Hub is the place to share it.

Are you launching a new service? Show it off at the Hub.

Need a place to meet up with some collaborators? The Hub is your spot.

Looking for new collaborators? Check out the displays and find a new team at the Hub.

Don’t sit in the hotel lobby and search for people with Critical Mass name badges on. Come to the Hub where your colleagues are.

Here’s what we’ll need to know when you RSVP:

  • Your name and contact information
  • Your organization’s name
  • The title of your display as you would like it listed in the program

This lounge and display space will exemplify the interactive and collaborative culture of Critical Mass.

Don’t let this unique networking opportunity pass you by! Be sure to RSVP when you register or through our RSVP link.

Please email Kate at with any questions.

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