Infrastructure and the Competitive City

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Infrastructure and the Competitive City

On June 18, 2014, at 10am PDT, Meeting of the Minds will present a 1-hour webinar on infrastructure and competitive cities.

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Program

In an era of urbanization, cities around the globe are competing for investment, jobs, talent and capital.  Infrastructure 2014: shaping the competitive city, a new global study by EY and the Urban Land Institute (ULI), underscores the essential role infrastructure plays as a basis for this competition among cities.

Based on a survey of over 400 public sector and private sector leaders, Infrastructure 2014reveals important city infrastructure priorities, perceptions and identified challenges among this key group of policy makers, economic development executives, developers, investors and lenders.

Join EY and ULI for an in-depth review of the findings of Infrastructure 2014 and a discussion of their implications for city infrastructure stakeholders, including the opportunity for smart infrastructure to address the issues highlighted in the report.

Speakers

John M. de Yonge, Director, Account Enablement, Global Cleantech Center, EYJohn M. de Yonge
Director, Account Enablement, Global Cleantech Center
EY

Jay Gillespie Jay Gillespie
Vice President, Infrastructure Advisory
EY

Rachel MacCleery Rachel MacCleery
Senior Vice President, Building Healthy Places Initiative
Urban Land Institute

Details

Event:
Infrastructure and the Competitive City
Start:
June 18, 2014 10:00 am PDT
End:
June 18, 2014 11:00 am PDT
Organizer:
Meeting of the Minds
Venue:
Webex
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The New Economy Initiative
DTE Energy
Michigan Economic Development Board (MEDC)
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy