Have your say on iDISC – infoDEV’s support center

May 13, 2010 at 2:34 pm | Posted in AIN, Business Support, incubation, incubator, Tools | Leave a comment
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Have your say on iDISC

Take part in the survey on infoDev’s Incubator Support Center (iDISC)

May 2010

infoDev, strives to make sure that their knowledge and collaboration tools are useful to clients and colleagues in the innovation, technology entrepreneurship and international development communities.

The best way to do this is to ask users directly about how infoDEV are doing, how can infoDEV improve, and what else should infoDEV be working on going forward.

InfoDEV have just launched a survey on the usefulness and impact of infoDev’s Incubator Support Center (iDISC).

iDISC was established in 2002 to support ICT and ICT-enabled innovation and entrepreneurship in developing countries by supporting development of business incubators and by providing a knowledge platform to support technology entrepreneurs, SMEs and those involved in helping these companies and entrepreneurs to grow sustainable businesses.

Feedback is critical to help understand iDISC’s client base, broaden its impact, and find the best ways to improve its information and functionality. Please consider taking a few minutes to complete this important survey by Friday 28 May, 2010.

The initial results of this survey will be published in June, 2010 and a more extensive report and analysis later on. This is a real opportunity to have significant influence on iDISC’s future direction and priorities.

Make sure your views are heard!

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