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TCDVG Data Viz Competition Kickoff (virtual edition)

March 16 @ 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm

In case you are not able to attend in person on March 10th for in person kickoff but you want to get involved in the TCDVG 2020 Data Viz Challenge we are doing this webinar covering the competition and answering questions people may have. Note a recording of this webinar will be made available on YouTube afterwards also.

This 1st TCDVG Data Viz Team Challenge. We are doing this in partnership with GREATER MSP Partnership ( Yes, GREATER MSP Partnership needs your help in making their MSP Regional Indicators Dashboard awesome!


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About GREATER MSP Partnership: GREATER MSP Partnership is a nonprofit dedicated to helping the Minneapolis St. Paul metro area and its mission is “to accelerate regional competitiveness and inclusive economic growth through job creation, capital investment and execution of strategic initiatives. The Partnership works to strengthen our region’s global sectors, prioritize talent, and tell our story.”

About Competition: The competition is meant to be inclusive experience where everyone that participates can benefit both enhancing their skills but also hopefully helping others. This competition is tool agnostic and occurs over 8 weeks with the final submission due May 4th.

Attend this event to learn more. We will be recording this webinar replay and making it available via YouTube so if you cannot attend look for that. Even better though if you are able to catch our in person kickoff on March 10th love to have you there.

IMPORTANT: Signup to our 2020 TCDVG Data Viz Challenge Communication list @ if you want to stay informed of ongoing notifications about this challenge.

Questions: Email us [masked]

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