Looking toward strategic, deliberate innovation and inclusivity, small and mid-sized cities can become innovation centers that last.
The changing geographic landscape of startups and venture capital promises to shift the global economy; understanding how to harness these changes is crucial in order for the U.S. to remain a continued leader on innovation.
Though traditional developers and policymakers have long viewed inequality as a byproduct of economic development, the tide is now changing. Here’s how.
In today’s knowledge economy, it is no longer enough for cities to provide residents with opportunities for economic mobility; there has to be more.