Bodega is launching its first endeavor, the “Mapping Project.” The meet-up, which takes place tomorrow at 303Grand in Williamsburg, Brooklyn aims to connect creatives, start-ups, social entrepreneurs, and small business owners with the purpose of spurring collaboration.

Bodega, a Brooklyn-based group of creative consultants that develops socially responsible brands and communities, is launching its first endeavor, the “Mapping Project.” The meet-up, which takes place tomorrow at 303Grand in Williamsburg, aims to connect creatives, start-ups, social entrepreneurs, and small business owners in the borough with the purpose of spurring collaboration.

Aside from meeting other change-makers, attendees can register for the “mapping” part of the project—an interactive digital map that will serve as a resource for community business development.

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