Webinar To Look At Open Source Geo Solutions For Small Business

Here’s details of a webinar that should appeal to many. The focus of the event is hot topics such as free tools, and open source software, with a focus on the small business owner. Some details… GIS professionals thinking about taking their careers to the next level and starting their own business need to tune in to a free webinar given by Lee Mitchell, owner of G.A.I.A. Professionals, a successful GIS technology firm and Dr. Devon Cancilla, dean, business and technology at American Sentinel University as they discuss ‘Starting a Geospatial Business’ on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at 1pm EST.  Mitchell and Dr. Cancilla will detail the necessary education, skills, resources and experience needed to start a geospatial business and profile open-source software and other free GIS tools that are absolutely necessary in running a small GIS business.

The event will touch on such popular tools as:

  • ArcGIS Explorer Online
  • ArcGIS Explorer Desktop
  • AutoREALM
  • Quantum GIS
  • MapWindow GIS
  • ILWIS
  • JUMP GIS/OpenJUMP

Register for the ‘Starting a Geospatial Business’ webinar at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/110429248.

See complete details – Learn How Open Source Software Benefits a Successful GIS Business

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2 Responses to Webinar To Look At Open Source Geo Solutions For Small Business

  1. Anonymous says:

    esri for small business. that’s funny

  2. gletham says:

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