EMSI_EDA_Webinar

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EMSI's May 23 webinar on the EDA's Jobs & Innovation Accelerator Challenge.

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  2. 2. Create a stronger network of regional leaders, focused on propelling business development and job growth through:<br />Innovation<br />Commercialization<br />Advancing business formation/expansion<br />Skilled workforce development<br />Other measurable regional development activities geared toward the cluster<br />
  3. 3. Grant Application: <br />Multi-factor analysis of past, present and projected performance of the cluster<br />Examples: Historical/projected job change; LQ; shift-share; import substitution; multipliers; workforce compatibility; education gap analysis; impact analysis, etc.<br />Strategy development planning<br />Examples: enhancing current networks; facilitating decision-making meetings; crafting strategy for application; linking and leveraging other federal funding opportunities <br />
  4. 4. Grant Recipients:<br />Build larger data-driven regional context associated with cluster<br />Examples: workforce skill requirements; high opportunity industries within cluster (i.e., economic feasibility); education/program needs<br />Assist in aligning regional stakeholders & resources for cluster strategy execution<br />Examples: stakeholder asset mapping; public-private sector engagement; education engagement; involvement of foundations; pathway/plan for implementation<br />
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  6. 6. Green Energy (Pennsylvania)<br />
  7. 7. (1) Brainpower<br />(2) Innovation & Entrepreneurship<br />(3) Quality Places<br />(4) Branding<br />(5) Collaboration<br />Innovative Businesses<br />Healthy Brainpower & World Class Skills<br />Entrepreneur & Innovation Networks<br />Civic Collabo-ration<br />Healthy, Creative People<br />Dynamic Clusters<br />Insightful Stories & Effective Branding<br />Infrastructure for Quality, Connected Places<br />Healthy, Creative Places<br />
  8. 8. How do you build career pathways into leading edge clusters?<br />How do you create re-engagement networks for the unemployed?<br />Brainpower21st Century Talent<br />Innovation Entrepreneurship<br />How do you guide a regional strategy?<br />How do you leverage an urban campus to become an innovation hot spot?<br />How do you leverage an urban campus to become an innovation hot spot?<br />How do you manage shrinking cities so that they are attractive to growing companies?<br />New Narratives and Networks<br />Quality, Connected Places<br />How do you leverage broadband deployment?<br />
  9. 9. Core Team begins guiding a strategic agenda for clean energy with Symposium<br /><ul><li>Space-Energy
  10. 10. Renewable Generation and Energy Efficiency
  11. 11. Manufacturing
  12. 12. Finance
  13. 13. Policy
  14. 14. Education and Workforce Training
  15. 15. Market Development (regional, national and international)
  16. 16. Administration and Governance</li></ul>University of Central Florida,Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and Florida Institute of Technology join as partners<br />ACADEMIA<br />Aeronautics/Space<br />Technology & Capabilities<br />Emerging Technologies<br />R&D and Testing<br />VISION<br />Clean Energy Economy<br />Sustainable Economic Development<br />FUNDING<br />LEADERSHIP<br />The Consortium visualizes its strategy with a map of converging assets<br />Manufacturing<br />Renewable Energy & Efficiency Products<br />Finance & Public Policy<br />Local, Regional, State & Federal<br />POLITICAL SUPPORT<br />
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  18. 18. Regions are at different stages in their trans-formation; strategic networks can move them through the horizons toward open innovation<br />Horizon 4Strategic Process Underway<br />Level of Network Effectiveness<br />Horizon 3Strategic Doing Practiced<br />Horizon 2Networks Forming<br />Horizon 1Narrative Shifting<br />Time<br />
  19. 19. Regional Approach<br />Leveraged Approach<br />Statement of Need<br />Details on budget<br />Results Expected<br />Vested Partners vs. Informal Partners<br />Exports and Jobs<br />
  20. 20. Email us:<br />Hamilton Galloway hamilton@economicmodeling.com<br />Linda Fowlerlindamariefowler@gmail.com<br />

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