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Wednesday, July 25, 2001

By Mr. Martie Nielson, Chief Executive Officer, Inclusion Inc. & others from Inclusion Inc.

At the Center. Directions below.

5:00 - 6:00 p.m.: Light dinner/beverages and networking
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.: Executive Seminar
$10, payable at door, cash or check. Registration not required but highly recommended due to limited seating. Registration information below.


Inclusion Inc., a Center Knowledge Network Partner, will be offering an Executive Seminar at the Center on the how an organization/company can use the Extranet to improve the productivity and efficiency of its workforce. If the following challenges sound familiar, mark your calendar to attend Inclusion's interactive Seminar at the Center on July 25th!

* Are you able to bring corporate resources to bear on key problems quickly, wherever they exist?
* Are you forced to outsource work simply because you can not get mindshare in-house?
* Does your staff get the recognition they deserve for their work?

As a thought leader in private Extranets enabling team communications, Inclusion will share with those in attendance how it is remedying these challenges with its current customers, including Sun Microsystems, British Petroleum, Chevron, Bank of America, and others.


At this 2-hour, interactive Seminar participants will learn how departmental reviews are now able to take into account the full work product of each employee. A demo will also be shown on how audits and corporate roll-outs can routinely progress without stopping everyone in their tracks. During the evening, participants will have the chance to interact with the presenters for a lively knowledge exchange. As a result of the Seminar, participants will be take away knowledge and tools to deploy within their own organizations.


Managers in organizations of 150+ people who are interested in solutions that do not require IT infrastructure changes or intensive training for their people.


Inclusion Inc. ( turns individual knowledge into organizational intelligence to reduce costs associated with a changing, distributed workforce. The company creates private, secure extranets for its customers that enable communications between employees, suppliers, and partners. Inclusion WorkPlaces integrate file transfers, threaded messages, and real-time meetings without requiring administrative management. Customers can easily adopt Inclusion solutions and maintain control of their intellectual property in persistent, dynamically organized repositories.


Registration is not necessary but highly recommended due to limited seating. To register for this Executive Seminar, please send your name, title, company, email, and telephone number to:

Ms. Debra Wright
Program Manager


700 Welch Rd., Suite 250
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Tel: 650.462.9800
Fax: 650.462.9818

The Silicon Valley World Internet Center is located on the grounds of Stanford University in the historic Stanford Barn. It is walking distance from the Stanford Book Store, downtown Palo Alto, and the Stanford Golf Course. Palo Alto is 40 miles south of San Francisco and 20 miles north of San Jose.

**From Hwy. 101 North or South
Exit Embarcadero Rd. West, cross El Camino onto Stanford Campus.
Immediately bear right onto Arboretum.
At the second light turn left onto Quarry.
Look for Stanford Barn sign on the right.
Turn right into parking lot.
Come to 2nd floor, turn left at the top of the stairs.

**From Hwy. 280 North or South
Exit Sand Hill Rd. East.
Continue several miles, past Stanford Medical Center, until you are entering the Stanford Shopping Center.
Turn right into the first parking entrance past the Medical Center. You will now be passing Nordstrom's on your left.
The Stanford Barn is the next building through the parking lot on the right.
Park and come to the 2nd floor. Turn left at the top of the stairs.

For a map, click DIRECTIONS on Center's Web site