Paul VanderMeer participates on a webinar panel about Innovation in Smaller Firms. We hear about global law firms investing venture capital money in Silicon Valley, or partnering with AI vendors to develop custom software. But what if you work in a smaller organization and don't want innovation to pass you by? In this webinar, panelists from small and midsize firms will talk about how they've built a culture of innovation that doesn't require dedicated software developers or hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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