A bottom-up approach, focused on startups and entrepreneurship, could be the key to economic growth in cities.
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Effective crowdsourcing practices have tapped into a steady abundance of idle time
The larger a city is, the more inventive it is
Simple rules encourage experimentation, promote long-term investments and entrepreneurial ventures, and allow the flexibility to drive and accommodate diversity.
Summer is quickly approaching and that means graduation and intern season all across the United States. In June, millions of current students and recent graduates will commence their intern roles in government, not-for-profit organization, corporations, and many other entities.
How to create “jobs, jobs, jobs.”?
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Technological innovation is a key piece of a strong future for the energy sector