ScaleUp America: Inclusive Competitiveness Summit Series
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America needs more innovators, entrepreneurs and job creators to bolster the nation's economic competitiveness. ScaleUp America sees a multicultural society filled with talented innovators ...
America needs more innovators, entrepreneurs and job creators to bolster the nation's economic competitiveness. ScaleUp America sees a multicultural society filled with talented innovators contributing to a knowledge-based, tech-driven, globally competitive innovation economy.
ScaleUp America's Inclusive Competitiveness Summit series will introduce a new economic narrative across the national landscape that combines economic inclusion and economic competitiveness into a 21st century national bipartisan vision of Inclusive Competitiveness. We seek to catalyze conversation around this national economic imperative and help target regions develop inclusive economic frameworks through collaboration of willing local and national stakeholders interested in channeling resources to the local level to scale up what's working and shore up holes in the infrastructure by connecting disconnected communities to their local innovation ecosystems.
Our formula for engaging America is through a series of public Town Hall events followed by a next-day gathering of stakeholders in the local innovation ecosystem.
We know it's nobody's job in each region to catalyze collaboration across the stakeholder communities and develop new inclusive economic frameworks that benefit all of the region collectively. ScaleUp America has made a commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative to take on the responsibility of assisting willing regions to incorporate more of their diverse communities into the pipeline-to-productivity framework to increase job growth, wealth creation and overall economic competitiveness of the region utilizing all of the region's talent.
The Inclusive Competitiveness Summit Series is the first step in this long process.
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